Troy University has been named among the best colleges and universities in the southeastern United States by The Princeton Review for the 17th straight year.
TROY was one of only 143 colleges and universities to receive the designation in the 12-state southeastern region. In all, The Princeton Review recognized 654 colleges and universities in five regions.
“At Troy University, we strive to prepare our students for the world of work and equip them to be both globally aware and globally competitive,” said Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr., Chancellor. “The most important thing we do is serve our students, and we have a faculty and staff that are committed to that student-first philosophy. I believe it is that commitment to serving students that has led to the consistency with which we have been recognized by The Princeton Review over the last 17 years.”
A leading tutoring, test preparation and college admissions services company, The Princeton Review has been listing colleges and universities annually in various categories for 30 years.
TROY’s inclusion is the result of a survey that asks students to rate their schools in several areas and report on their experiences. Areas included: academics/administration, campus life, fellow students and their own experiences. Surveys are conducted on campus and via The Princeton Review website, at which students have the option of completing a secure survey online.