Troy University Disrupting Higher Ed Pricing

For four straight years, Troy University has kept prices level for students, and eliminated a  host of fees, including all lab fees and course fees.

For four straight years, Troy University has kept prices level for students, and eliminated a host of fees, including all lab fees and course fees.

For four straight years, Troy University has kept prices level for students, reflecting the University’s commitment to providing an affordable, high-quality education.

TROY’s position of maintaining low prices bucks the industry trend of raising the price tag in response to inflation.

“At TROY, the most important thing we do is take care of students,” said…

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Troy University announces new scholarships for transfer students

Troy University students on the first day of the spring semester. There are new scholarships available for students looking to transfer to TROY.

Troy University students on the first day of the spring semester. There are new scholarships available for students looking to transfer to TROY.

Students looking to transfer to Troy University from other colleges or universities may be eligible for thousands of dollars in scholarships thanks to a revamped transfer scholarship program.

Previously, TROY offered a pair of scholarships to transfer students–$2,000 a year for two years to on-campus students and $1,500 a year for two years to online…

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Application fee waived during TROY’s Worldwide Open House Sept. 30

A female office worker looks at the Troy University website and the application process
 

Troy University’s annual fall Worldwide Open House will be Thursday, Sept. 30, and will give prospective students a chance to learn more about TROY and apply for free during the event.

Expert advisers will be on hand to help prospective students decide on a major and answer questions about financial aid or credit transfers.

“The…

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TROY professor helping to create agritourism industry in hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico

The central mountains of Puerto Rico has drawn the attention of TROY professor Dr. Patrick Holladay and a team of academic and civic leaders.

The central mountains of Puerto Rico has drawn the attention of TROY professor Dr. Patrick Holladay and a team of academic and civic leaders.

A Troy University Sorrell College of Business professor is helping Puerto Rican farmers become more resilient in the wake of Hurricane Maria.

With the aid of a $300,000 grant from a National Institute of Food and Agriculture, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Southern Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program, Dr. Patrick Holladay, an Associate Professor in the School…

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