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    Night nursing classes coming to Montgomery Campus

    News | March 02, 2022

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    Sorrell College of Business launches new podcast

    News | February 24, 2022

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    Grant to help Troy City students learn entrepreneurship

    News | February 03, 2022

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    Clark crowned Miss Troy University

    Students | January 31, 2022

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Types of Counseling Careers: Addictions Counseling

Professionals in this role are driven by a passion for helping others improve their lives.

Professionals in this role are driven by a passion for helping others improve their lives.

Addiction impacts all areas of life. It contributes to public health challenges, mental illness, crime, and family and societal breakdown. Despite changing attitudes, the problem of addiction is still often perceived as a shameful flaw rather than the chronic illness it is. It’s the job of an addictions specialist to look beyond this prejudice and help clients…

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Leadership and personal finance are the focus of TROY’s two free online classes this summer

Registration is now open for this summer's offerings.

Registration is now open for this summer's offerings.

Whether you’re interested in building valuable leadership skills to propel your career or are interested in learning principles to protect and grow your wealth, Troy University is ready to help those who want to make a commitment to their future by offering two free courses this summer. 

TROY’s online courses have been ranked among the…

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Temperatures soar, but so does excitement for Juneteenth celebration

Visitors to the Rosa Parks Museum's Juneteenth celebration visit a vendor booth on Saturday. Nearly 2,500 people attended the event.

Visitors to the Rosa Parks Museum's Juneteenth celebration visit a vendor booth on Saturday. Nearly 2,500 people attended the event.

Shade, whether from the shadows cast by the surrounding buildings or the large tent that stretched down the middle of Montgomery Street, was in high demand on Saturday as Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum held its seventh annual Juneteenth celebration.

Temperatures soaring into the middle to upper 90s did little to dissuade a crowd that…

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Putting Your Elementary Education Degree to Work

Students are working on an informative writing project in Benton's first grade classroom.

Students are working on an informative writing project in Benton's first grade classroom.

“Teachers are so much more than just teachers,” says Troy University alumna Gabriella Benton. Benton is a 2022 graduate of TROY’s elementary education specialist program that prepares students for leadership roles in education. She’s been putting her elementary education degree to work in a first-grade classroom in Brunswick, Georgia.

“One of the greatest challenges of teaching at the…

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