Infectious smiles filled the Trojan Center Ballrooms during the ISCO Festival on Thursday night.
The event featured a variety of performances showcasing just a few of the cultures represented at TROY. Songs,dance routines and a salsa demonstration highlighted the night and showed why Troy University is considered Alabama’s international university.
ISCO Festival-goers were treated to a variety of student acts during the entertainment portion of the event. (TROY photo/Aliza Chambers)
“Let me tell you why we thought it was important to become an international university,” said Dr. Jack Hawkins Jr., Chancellor, before…
Displaying flags from countries represented on the Troy Campus, Troy University students marched to the International Arts Center on Thursday night where they gathered to observe the United Nation’s International Day of Peace.
Established by the UN General Assembly in 1981, the International Day of Peace was created to strengthen the ideals of peace through…
Close to 100 educators will visit Troy University next week to discuss various aspects of international education during the Alabama Association of International Educators 2023 Conference.
The one-day event will take place on April 13 and participants will attend sessions on topics such as international enrollment and recruitment, orientation, building internationalization, study abroad and exchange…
The Troy University’s International Student Cultural Organization successfully brought students from several cultural backgrounds together by selling out of all 250 tickets for the annual ISCO Festival.
The purpose of the Festival is to bring together those from varying locations to experience culture as authentically as possible without leaving Troy, Alabama.
“The community that ISCO…