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U.S. Department of Education grant extends Student Support Services program at TROY

A previous class of participants in the Student Support Services program at TROY enjoy an outing to Camp Butter and Egg.

A previous class of participants in the Student Support Services program at TROY enjoy an outing to Camp Butter and Egg.

Troy University has been awarded a more than $3.8 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education for student support services over the next five years.  

The Student Support Services Project at TROY serves more than 450 students on the University’s Troy, Dothan and Montgomery campuses. The program, which will receive $3,898,330 in U.S….

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Troy University recognizes faculty, staff for grant writing success

Troy University faculty and staff members were honored for their pursuit of grant funding during the 26th annual

Troy University faculty and staff members were honored for their pursuit of grant funding during the 26th annual

Six Troy University faculty and staff members have been honored with the Chancellor’s Award of Distinction in Sponsored Programs for their successful grant-writing efforts in 2017.

The presentations were made during the University’s 26th annual Sponsored Programs Recognition Luncheon held last month on the Troy Campus.

Dr. Chris Boyd of TROY’s Department of Biological and…

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Troy University’s Upward Bound program receives funding from U.S. Department of Education

The 2016 class of TROY's Upward Bound program took part in activities aimed at helping them succeed in high school and transition to college.

The 2016 class of TROY's Upward Bound program took part in activities aimed at helping them succeed in high school and transition to college.

Troy University’s TRIO-Upward Bound program, which helps students succeed in high school and navigate the transition to college, has been funded by the U.S. Department of Education for the next five years of operation.

Over the next five years, TROY’s program will receive $1.88 million in funding. The five-year extension is the maximum awarded by…

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