Grant enables Troy University to continue to offer childcare subsidies for student parents

The Coleman Center for Early Learning and Family Enrichment at the Dothan Campus is one of the programs leading childcare providers.

The Coleman Center for Early Learning and Family Enrichment at the Dothan Campus is one of the programs leading childcare providers.

A program that provides vital subsidized childcare service for student parents enrolled at Troy University’s Alabama campuses will continue for the next four years thanks to a grant from the U.S. Department of Education.

TROY’s Child Care Access Means Parents in School (CCAMPIS) program has been awarded $500,000 a year over the next four years…

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Lunar New Year celebrated by Trojans from Alabama to Asia

Dothan Campus faculty and staff carried in a life-sized dragon model and put on a small performance for the children of the Coleman Center.

Dothan Campus faculty and staff carried in a life-sized dragon model and put on a small performance for the children of the Coleman Center.

Trojans from Troy to China, Malaysia and Vietnam are celebrating the Lunar New Year, the Year of the Tiger.

The Center for International Languages and Cultures at Troy University hosted its first Tea Talk for the spring semester on Feb. 3 with Lunar New Year as its focus.

Quynh Hương, a TROY student in Vietnam,…

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TROY, partners establish first early childhood education apprenticeship

Two employees signed on to the program for this fall.

Two employees signed on to the program for this fall.

Troy University and its Coleman Center for Early Learning, in partnership with Wallace Community College, the Alabama Office of Apprenticeship and the Alabama Department of Early Childhood Education, made history Wednesday by establishing Alabama’s first apprenticeship for early childhood educators.

In alignment with the goals of the Success Plus plan and Governor Kay Ivey’s “Strong…

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Coleman Center receives federal grant to assist teachers, children

The federal grant is distributed by the Alabama Department of Early Childhood Education.

The federal grant is distributed by the Alabama Department of Early Childhood Education.

The Alabama Department of Early Childhood Education (ADECE) has awarded funds from the state’s federal Preschool Development Grant, Birth-Five (PDG B-5) to Troy University’s Coleman Center for Early Learning and Family Enrichment to support high quality early learning and care experiences for teachers and students alike.

A $592,966 grant from the Department, funded through the…

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