Troy University invited members of the military and their families to a ribbon cutting ceremony for the new center in Clarksville, Tennessee.
Troy University recently celebrated the opening of a TROY for Troops Center at the University’s site in Clarksville, Tennessee.
A grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony took place in May for the center, which features a day room with cable television, computers with printing capability, a study space and coffee, among other amenities.
Area Coordinator Shari Carrothers-Ziebell said the TROY for Troops Center is designed for military veterans, ROTC members and military families.
Visitors can enjoy camaraderie, peer support, fellowship, networking and student organizations.
Ziebell said the center represents another example of TROY’s military friendliness and connection to the local community.
It joins other centers in Troy, Dothan, Montgomery and Phenix City.