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Future Trojans enjoy Trojan Day

The biannual event allows prospective students and their families to tour the Troy Campus and interact with faculty and staff.

The biannual event allows prospective students and their families to tour the Troy Campus and interact with faculty and staff.

Troy University hosted its semiannual Trojan Day event, in which incoming students learn more about the university, tour the campus and join organizations, on Saturday, March 20.

Prospective TROY students and their families began the day at Trojan Arena, where they joined an admissions presentation to learn more about the application process, scholarships and housing opportunities.

They then made the walk to the Quad in front of John Robert Lewis Hall, where they explored different organizations such as the Tropolitan and Palladium, the International Student Cultural Organization and the panhellenic council; spoke with leaders in the academic departments; and talked to current students.

Jakevia Williams is an aspiring psychology major and will join TROY’s campus in the fall semester.

Williams is excited for the opportunities she will find.

“I’m looking forward to the whole college experience, especially as a Trojan, and just to get to know people in this atmosphere,” Williams said.

Williams chose TROY because it “felt like home.”

“I chose TROY because I felt like it was the right place,” Williams said. “There’s just different things you can learn and take from, and I also have an aunt who’s a TROY alumna.”

Trojan Day ended with a self-guided tour where prospective students and their families explored numerous locations across campus and were able to buy Trojan gear.

TROY’s next Trojan Day will take place during the fall semester.

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