TROY extends scholarship deadline in support of hurricane-affected students

Hurricane Michael devastated parts of Jackson County, which is one of several Florida counties receiving application fee waivers at TROY.

Hurricane Michael devastated parts of Jackson County, which is one of several Florida counties receiving application fee waivers at TROY.

With many current and prospective Troy University students living in areas affected by Hurricane Michael, University officials have announced an extension of the institution’s deadline for scholarships, to ensure all interested applicants have a chance to apply.

The deadline to apply for all TROY scholarships is now Jan. 15. For more information on scholarships, visit https://troy.edu/scholarships.

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Endowment shows commitment to School of Accountancy and students

Brothers Stephen and Thomas Bedsole have created scholarships within the School of Accountancy to aid student success.

Brothers Stephen and Thomas Bedsole have created scholarships within the School of Accountancy to aid student success.

A pair of brothers has established an endowment in Troy University’s Sorrell College of Business.

Thomas (’81) and Stephen (’83) Bedsole have created the Bedsole Endowed School of Accountancy Fund to support activities that advance the School of Accountancy.

“Stephen and Thomas, and their CPA firms, are long supporters of our accounting program and our…

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Troy University boat tags now available

Boat owners in Alabama can now get a distinctive Troy University vessel identification sticker.

Boat owners in Alabama can now get a distinctive Troy University vessel identification sticker.

Troy University fans in the state of Alabama now have a way to show their Trojan pride on the water, just like they do on the roads, with the launch of the official TROY vessel identification sticker.

This spring, the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency began offering vanity boat tags for state colleges and organizations, including…

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New endowed scholarship will help Phenix City residents attend TROY

Phenix City Mayor Eddie Lowe, and wife Deborah, present $15,000 to Troy University. The funds will help endow a scholarship for Phenix City residents.

Phenix City Mayor Eddie Lowe, and wife Deborah, present $15,000 to Troy University. The funds will help endow a scholarship for Phenix City residents.

Four years ago, when Phenix City Mayor Eddie Lowe and his wife Deborah held their first charitable ball, they hoped the event would be a success—what they experienced was overwhelming.

The event sold out in its first year, and has done so every year since despite moving to larger venues.

“It’s been amazing,” Deborah Lowe…

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