Accreditation for Troy University’s English as a Second Language Program continued

TROY's English as a Second Language Program provides high quality instruction and orientation to U.S. culture to international students and visitors.

TROY's English as a Second Language Program provides high quality instruction and orientation to U.S. culture to international students and visitors.

The Accrediting Council for Continuing Education and Training (ACCET) has continued the accreditation of Troy University’s English as a Second Language program for three years.

ACCET’s Accrediting Commission voted to continue the program’s accreditation during its December meeting. Founded in 1974 for the purpose of improving continuing education and training, ACCET has been officially recognized…

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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 University selected to help Chilean teachers learn about America

A group of high school teachers from Chile spent the month of July learning the English language and American culture courtesy of Troy University.

A group of high school teachers from Chile spent the month of July learning the English language and American culture courtesy of Troy University.

A group of high school teachers from Chile spent the month of July learning the English language and American culture courtesy of Troy University.

The University was selected by the U.S. Embassy in Santiago, Chile, to host and teach the Chilean visitors English as a Second Language.

Those participating in the program were high school…

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