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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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Students set to take part in MLK Days of Service

Troy University students volunteering at the local Head Start center during the  MLK Days of Service.

Troy University students volunteering at the local Head Start center during the MLK Days of Service.

Troy University students will have the opportunity to participate in the MLK Days of Service from Jan. 18 through Jan. 21.

 

Eleven years after legislation passed to declare the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. as a federal holiday, Congress designated it as a national day of service in 1994 and is still…

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Troy Campus welcomes students back for Spring Semester

Griffin Capps, a junior English major from Troy, in the bookstore as Spring Semester gets under way on the Troy Campus.

Griffin Capps, a junior English major from Troy, in the bookstore as Spring Semester gets under way on the Troy Campus.

Gone are the days of empty sidewalks and vacant parking spaces; a new semester has begun at Troy University and the Troy Campus is once again full of life.

After a much needed break for students and faculty alike, daily life returned to normal on Wednesday with the start of the spring semester.

A drive…

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TROY professor’s book still finding new audiences 20 years later

Dr. Robert Saunders, a TROY history professor, has seen his book on a U.S. Supreme Court Justice find new audiences in recent years.

Dr. Robert Saunders, a TROY history professor, has seen his book on a U.S. Supreme Court Justice find new audiences in recent years.

When Dr. Robert Saunders sat down to write his book about Supreme Court Justice John Archibald Campbell, he did so because he felt it was necessary.

Two decades after its publication, it’s still bringing newfound attention to one of the most important historical figures of the mid-19th century.

In October, Saunders was invited to speak…

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Trojans’ historic 258 still amazes fans, alumni

Troy players celebrate after scoring NCAA-record 258 points

Troy players celebrate after scoring NCAA-record 258 points

Twenty-five years ago today, the TROY men’s basketball team set NCAA records that stand to this day: 258 points, 51 3-pointers and 102 field goals made.

Those are just a few of the impressive numbers from TROY’s 258-141 victory over Devry Institute of Atlanta. To celebrate the anniversary, Troy Basketball and Troy University took to social media to honor the…

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Troy University alumnus Eric Crouch receives Milken Educator Award

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Dothan resident overcomes period of homelessness to earn TROY degree

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Nationally acclaimed speakers to appear at Leadership Conference

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‘Cash Crop’ sculpture exhibit to open at Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum on Thursday

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