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How to Be Successful in College: 6 Tips

Alayna Godwin graduated from Troy University in 2019 with a degree in exercise science and a dance minor.

Alayna Godwin graduated from Troy University in 2019 with a degree in exercise science and a dance minor.

For many soon-to-be college students, the anxiety that can accompany waiting for acceptance to the college of their choice is quickly superseded by a new worry: how to be successful once they get there.

“The first half of the first semester really comes at students fast, and it’s easy to get overwhelmed,” says Dr. Jonathan…

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Counseling Services that Empower the Disabled: Rehabilitation Counseling

Troy's unique Rehabilitation Counseling program gives the student the option to select one of five concentration areas.

Troy's unique Rehabilitation Counseling program gives the student the option to select one of five concentration areas.

Dr. Rodney Maiden closes every term of the Graduate Rehabilitation Counseling degree classes at Troy University with a quote from the American poet Maya Angelou. “People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” It’s a quote that reminds his students that…

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What Can a Ph.D. in Sport Management Do for Your Career?

Sara Shoffner was the first student to complete the Ph.D. in Sport Management at TROY, which the University was approved to offer in 2014.

Sara Shoffner was the first student to complete the Ph.D. in Sport Management at TROY, which the University was approved to offer in 2014.

As a sixth-degree black belt in Taekwondo, Dr. Win Koo achieved the status of master of martial arts in his native South Korea before becoming a grandmaster in the United States. However, it’s Dr. Koo’s academic talent rather than his martial arts skills that he calls on when he comes out fighting as the program…

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Nursing Jobs: Hands-on, Front-Line — and Critical

TROY's nursing program takes a comprehensive approach to equipping future nursing professionals with the skills to lead change in the medical field.

TROY's nursing program takes a comprehensive approach to equipping future nursing professionals with the skills to lead change in the medical field.

Ask Dr. Wade Forehand, Ph.D., Director and Professor of the Troy University School of Nursing if nursing is a critical job, and he’ll give you a very direct answer. “Nursing is virtually the backbone of the medical profession,” he says. And when it comes to providing care, he believes nurses are front and center day…

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