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TROY waives application fees for service members during Military Appreciation Month

Troy University will celebrate Military Appreciation Month in May by waiving application fees for active duty service members.

Troy University will celebrate Military Appreciation Month in May by waiving application fees for active duty service members.

Troy University is showing its appreciation for the country’s service men and women during Military Appreciation Month by waiving the University’s application fees for active duty service members during the month of May.

TROY also supports military service members and their families through discounted tuition and flexible scheduling. The Military and Family Scholarship caps the…

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For Active Duty soldier, TROY ‘treats you like family’

Frank Robbins, of Phenix City, found a home at Troy University while pursuing the Bachelor of Science of Occupational Education degree.

Frank Robbins, of Phenix City, found a home at Troy University while pursuing the Bachelor of Science of Occupational Education degree.

Frank Robbins was looking toward a civilian career when he retires from the United States Army in the next few years, and he knew that a college degree was going to be crucial in achieving success in his field of interest – adult education.

He found his home in TROY’s Bachelor of Science in Occupational…

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Diploma brought smiles and pride to a dying veteran

Joe Bob Allen realized a life-long dream of completing his TROY diploma shortly before his death in early February 2021.

Joe Bob Allen realized a life-long dream of completing his TROY diploma shortly before his death in early February 2021.

When Joe Bob Allen died in early February at the age of 87, he was a proud Trojan and a freshly minted Troy University graduate.

He had just become an official alumnus, having been presented his Troy University diploma – a Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies with two military science minors based on his…

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Marine uniform paved the way for student’s desire to help other veterans

Lameka Butler, a Marine Corps veteran, is a master's student in psychology who wants to use her TROY degrees to serve others.

Lameka Butler, a Marine Corps veteran, is a master's student in psychology who wants to use her TROY degrees to serve others.

We’re celebrating our military-connected students during November’s National Military Family Month.

It was really the Marine uniform that did it for Lemeka Butler.

“I knew I didn’t want to go to college after high school, so when I saw the Marine Corps uniform, I was hooked,” she said. “I did whatever it took join.”

An…

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