TROY extends scholarship deadline in support of hurricane-affected students

Hurricane Michael devastated parts of Jackson County, which is one of several Florida counties receiving application fee waivers at TROY.

Hurricane Michael devastated parts of Jackson County, which is one of several Florida counties receiving application fee waivers at TROY.

With many current and prospective Troy University students living in areas affected by Hurricane Michael, University officials have announced an extension of the institution’s deadline for scholarships, to ensure all interested applicants have a chance to apply.

The deadline to apply for all TROY scholarships is now Jan. 15. For more information on scholarships, visit https://troy.edu/scholarships.

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Here’s how Troy University can help with Hurricane Michael relief efforts

Aerial view of catastrophic damage in Mexico Beach, Florida which suffered a direct hit from Hurricane Michael on Oct. 10, 2018.

Aerial view of catastrophic damage in Mexico Beach, Florida which suffered a direct hit from Hurricane Michael on Oct. 10, 2018.

Hurricane Michael has proven to be one of the worst storms to hit the U.S. in roughly 50 years. For members of the Troy University community looking to get involved with helping out those who were affected by the storm, here’s five ways to do so.

1. Help the SGA collect supplies

Drop off the…

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Classes at some TROY locations cancelled due to Michael

Troy University has cancelled classes at the Troy and Dothan campuses as well as locations in Florida due to the impending arrival of Hurricane Michae

Troy University has cancelled classes at the Troy and Dothan campuses as well as locations in Florida due to the impending arrival of Hurricane Michae

Troy University has cancelled classes at the Troy and Dothan campuses as well as locations in Fort Walton Beach, Panama City and Pensacola, Florida,  beginning 5 p.m. Tuesday evening and through Wednesday due to the impending arrival of Hurricane Michael.

The move comes in an effort to promote the safety of TROY students, faculty and…

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