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TROY Board of Trustees extends Chancellor’s contract

Members of the University's Board of Trustees joined Gov. Kay Ivey in a signing ceremony for the extension of Chancellor Jack Hawkins, Jr.'s contract.

Members of the University's Board of Trustees joined Gov. Kay Ivey in a signing ceremony for the extension of Chancellor Jack Hawkins, Jr.'s contract.

The Troy University Board of Trustees voted Thursday to extend the current contract of Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr., Chancellor, for four years through Sept. 30, 2022.

Dr. Hawkins, who has served as TROY’s Chancellor since 1989, is the second longest serving president or chancellor of a public university in the United States. He had entered…

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Trail of Civil Rights history sites winds through Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum

The Rosa Parks Museum is one of 29 sites in Alabama to be included on the newly announced United States Civil Rights Trail.

The Rosa Parks Museum is one of 29 sites in Alabama to be included on the newly announced United States Civil Rights Trail.

Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum has landed a spot on a new national trail of notable sites of importance in the Civil Rights Movement.

Gov. Kay Ivey announced the partnership that has created the United States Civil Rights Trail on Monday, during the annual celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King’s birthday at the Dexter Avenue…

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Show your Trojan spirit on Friday as a part of College Colors Day

Student leaders from Troy University join Gov. Kay Ivey for a photo during the press conference proclaiming Sept. 1 as College Colors Day in Alabama.

Student leaders from Troy University join Gov. Kay Ivey for a photo during the press conference proclaiming Sept. 1 as College Colors Day in Alabama.

Friday, Sept. 1, marks College Colors Day in Alabama, and all TROY supporters are encouraged to show their support to “the School we love” by wearing their Trojan colors.

Last week, surrounded by mascots and student leaders from Alabama’s public universities on the steps of the Alabama Capitol, Gov. Kay Ivey officially proclaimed College Colors…

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