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TROY offers new classes combining online, in-class experience

The new Flex format, which combines the best of online and in-class experiences, will be piloted in six classes beginning in August with Term 1.

The new Flex format, which combines the best of online and in-class experiences, will be piloted in six classes beginning in August with Term 1.

This August, Troy University will debut a new class format that combines the best features of the online and in-class experiences—Flex Classes.

Flex classes are a hybrid of the online and in-class learning. Classes offered in the Flex format will hold regular in-class sessions (for now at TROY’s Dothan, Montgomery and Phenix City campuses), and…

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How Dual Enrollment Courses Can Cut Down on College Costs

Studies show that students who earn college credit in high school are more likely to continue their education after graduation.

Studies show that students who earn college credit in high school are more likely to continue their education after graduation.

High school students earn college credit and save money on a college education through Troy University’s ACCELERATE dual enrollment program.

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Financial Aid website enhanced to improve service to TROY students

Students now have access to a more dynamic Financial Aid website on troy.edu.

Students now have access to a more dynamic Financial Aid website on troy.edu.

A new Financial Aid webpage will help streamline the process for Troy University students.

The new landing page for Financial Aid features a prominent FASFA button and a Student Aid Mobile app to facilitate the FAFSA process, according to Dr. Jim Bookout, Senior Vice Chancellor for Finance and Business Affairs.

A newly redesigned Financial Aid website has…

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Students, faculty adjusting to virtual environment

Dance adjunct instructor Buffy Lusk communicates is holding virtual tap classes. (TROY phot0/Clif Lusk)

Dance adjunct instructor Buffy Lusk communicates is holding virtual tap classes. (TROY phot0/Clif Lusk)

Robert Earl Stewart has taught adjunct longer than many full-time faculty members have had their stripes – almost 20 years.

With the COVID-19 outbreak, however, Stewart, a distinguished lecturer of finance and professor emeritus in the Sorrell College of Business, has made a successful transition to the online delivery of instruction for his students. He…

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