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Is the Cost of College Worth It?

Troy University’s average student debt is 33.5% below the national average.

Troy University’s average student debt is 33.5% below the national average.

For as long as most of us can remember, the idea of attending college and earning a bachelor’s degree after high school has been a logical next step on the way to achieving a fulfilling professional career and personal success. But in recent years, the changing higher education landscape has left some students and families…

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The Career-Boosting Impact of a Graduate Degree

Dr. Lance Tatum, Senior Vice Chancellor Academic for Affairs, presents a

Dr. Lance Tatum, Senior Vice Chancellor Academic for Affairs, presents a "master hood" to a TROY Graduate School student during commencement.

A graduate degree can open up many career opportunities. The Graduate School at TROY makes it easier than ever to invest in your career and in yourself.

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Air Force honoree picks TROY’s Detachment 17 for pathway to commission

TROY's Det. 17 offers a path to commissioning as an officer in the United States Air Force.

TROY's Det. 17 offers a path to commissioning as an officer in the United States Air Force.

When Zolbayar Erdenechimeg got tapped for the Air Force’s highly competitive Professional Officer Course Early Release Program, he knew TROY was the place for him.

“I chose Troy University for the proud history and support for the military members all over the world,” he said. “It just shows how TROY is very supportive and the…

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Troy University receives $3.2 million grant for Center for Materials and Manufacturing Sciences

Dr. Govind Menon, director of the School of Science and Technology, discusses National Institute of Standards and Technology grant with media.

Dr. Govind Menon, director of the School of Science and Technology, discusses National Institute of Standards and Technology grant with media.

Troy University has received a $3.2 million grant from the National Institute of Standards and Technology, the largest ever received by the University within the science disciplines, to establish the Center for Materials and Manufacturing Sciences, focusing on research in the areas of polymers and polymer recycling.

The three-year grant will enable the University to…

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