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Dothan Campus commencement set for May 16 at Dothan Civic Center

The ceremony begins at 3 p.m. Sunday.

The ceremony begins at 3 p.m. Sunday.

Retired Senior Vice Chancellor for Student Services and Administration Dr. John Schmidt will deliver the keynote address at Troy University’s Dothan Campus spring commencement exercises Sunday, May 16 at 3 p.m. inside the Dothan Civic Center.

About 117 graduates are expected to walk across the stage during the ceremony, at which social distancing will be…

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Friends of Army Aviation presenting Armed Forces Day celebration at TROY Dothan Campus

The May 15 event will feature rides for the public in a historic UH-1 Huey helicopter, along with several other attractions.

The May 15 event will feature rides for the public in a historic UH-1 Huey helicopter, along with several other attractions.

Friends of Army Aviation, a Wiregrass nonprofit dedicated to preserving the legacy of U.S. Army Aviation, is joining forces with Troy University for an Armed Forces Day celebration Saturday, May 15 at TROY’s Dothan Campus.

The celebration’s featured attraction is the FOAA’s Ride program, which will give customers a chance to fly in a historic…

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It Came from the Archives: A.A. Wiley and the founding of Troy University

In this edition of his column, Dr. Marty Olliff delves into the history of one of the men who helped TROY come into existence.

In this edition of his column, Dr. Marty Olliff delves into the history of one of the men who helped TROY come into existence.

Feb. 26, 2021, marks the 134th anniversary of Troy University’s original predecessor, the State Normal School at Troy.  This didn’t happen with a simple petition, as Troy’s former president Edward Shackelford notes in his 1937 history, The First Fifty Years of the State Teachers College at Troy, Alabama, but with lobbying committees and an enabling…

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It Came from the Archives: Dothan’s suffragist, Scottie McKenzie Frasier

This guest column from TROY alumna Dr. Hayden McDaniel discusses a groundbreaking Dothan woman whose story can be found in the Wiregrass Archives.

This guest column from TROY alumna Dr. Hayden McDaniel discusses a groundbreaking Dothan woman whose story can be found in the Wiregrass Archives.

The year 2020 marks the centennial of the 19th Amendment that extended the elective franchise to women. Alabama’s story of suffrage is complicated, as even suffragists disagreed on who should ultimately be allowed to vote. There were organizations and individuals across the state that lobbied tirelessly for women’s right to vote, including in the Wiregrass,…

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