Tag Archives: Orientation

Future Trojans forge bonds during IMPACT sessions

July 5, 2019
By Greg Phillips

Thousands of incoming Troy University freshmen are learning the ropes at TROY’s annual IMPACT new student orientation this summer.

For many, the bonds they forge during IMPACT will carry through to their first semester at the University.

“It’s been so much fun,” said Makayla Furr, a Highland Home High School graduate. “I’ve met so many…

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New international students adjusting to life in U.S. during orientation

August 8, 2017
By Greg Phillips

Troy University’s newest international students are getting help in their transition to American college life during orientation this week.

Advisors, professors and student volunteers, many from other countries, are helping the new students adjust.

“It’s exciting,” said Morgan Brantley, an international student advisor. “I love it, because I love seeing their excitement. Some of them,…

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New students learning the ropes at TROY’s biggest IMPACT

July 12, 2017
By Greg Phillips

Troy University’s biggest IMPACT new student orientation to date is underway at the Troy Campus, with 2,000 incoming freshmen and transfer students learning everything they need to know about becoming Trojans.

This year’s IMPACT had reached its capacity before the first session started in June.

“This is our biggest one yet,” said Jacob Grant, director…

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