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New partnership to provide benefit to Troy University, Valiant Cross students

Scholars from Valiant Cross Academy perform part of their daily Morning Village pledges during Tuesday's partnership announcement.

Scholars from Valiant Cross Academy perform part of their daily Morning Village pledges during Tuesday's partnership announcement.

MONTGOMERY — Troy University and Montgomery’s Valiant Cross Academy announced a new partnership on Tuesday that will allow the school’s eighth and ninth grades to be located on the University’s Montgomery Campus.

Through the partnership, which was announced during a ceremony at TROY’s Rosa Parks Museum, Valiant Cross, an all-male private academy currently serving sixth…

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TROY Trustee President pro-tem Dial honored by Higher Education Partnership

Gerald Dial, President pro-tem of the Troy University Board of Trustees, receives the 2017 Alumni Advocates' Leadership Award.

Gerald Dial, President pro-tem of the Troy University Board of Trustees, receives the 2017 Alumni Advocates' Leadership Award.

MONTGOMERY – Troy University Board of Trustees President pro-tem Gerald Dial was tonight honored by the Higher Education Partnership of Alabama with its 2017 Alumni Advocates’ Leadership Award.

The award, presented by TROY Chancellor Dr. Jack Hawkins Jr. and Partnership Executive Director Gordon Stone, recognizes Dial’s commitment to public universities and a willingness to advocate…

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Troy University Chancellor applauds new statewide reverse transfer agreement

Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr., Chancellor of Troy University, speaks during Alabama Community College System's statewide reverse transfer signing ceremony.

Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr., Chancellor of Troy University, speaks during Alabama Community College System's statewide reverse transfer signing ceremony.

Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr., Chancellor of Troy University, called Wednesday’s statewide reverse transfer agreement between the Alabama Community College System (ACCS), the state’s public universities and Montgomery’s Huntingdon College a big win for the students of Alabama.

The reverse transfer agreement allows students to transfer credits from four-year institutions back to a two-year institution in…

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