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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 from Japanese university study southern culture at TROY

Students from Nagasaki International University in Japan take part in a Tea Ceremony at Hawkins-Adams-Long Hall.

Students from Nagasaki International University in Japan take part in a Tea Ceremony at Hawkins-Adams-Long Hall.

A group of 19 students from Nagasaki International University in Japan has spent the last month studying American and southern culture at Troy University’s Troy Campus.

The students, who primarily study Hospitality, came over as part of a yearly partnership between TROY and the Japanese institution aimed at helping the students understand the importance of…

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TROY again ranked among best in the South

Troy University has been again ranked among the best universities in the South by the Princeton Review and U.S. News and World Report.

Troy University has been again ranked among the best universities in the South by the Princeton Review and U.S. News and World Report.

Two national organizations have once again placed Troy University at the forefront of universities in the South.

For the 12th year, The Princeton Review named TROY to its “Best of the Southeast” list that includes just 139 colleges or universities. Additionally, U.S. News and World Report named the University to its “Best Colleges” Regional University-South…

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TROY partnering with City of Dothan for quality of life survey

Two Troy University professors are asking Dothan residents how they feel about their community

Two Troy University professors are asking Dothan residents how they feel about their community

Troy University is partnering with the City of Dothan to conduct a community survey looking at various quality of life issues in Dothan.

Troy University sociology professors Dr. Jeneve Brooks and Dr. Christopher Bradley are working with the City of Dothan, the Dothan Police Department and the Dothan Community Relations Group on this research project,…

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