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School of Nursing launches Student Nurse Apprentice Program to help break down barriers to filling the state’s nursing shortage

TROY's School of Nursing launched its Nursing Student Apprenticeship Program with a signing event for students.

TROY's School of Nursing launched its Nursing Student Apprenticeship Program with a signing event for students.

A new State of Alabama program will open doors for select Troy University School of Nursing students to earn money while in school.

The inaugural Nursing Student Apprenticeship Program, a collaboration between the School, the Alabama Office of Apprenticeship and the Alabama Board of Nursing, has placed 28 Bachelor of Science in Nursing students on…

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Fort Rucker commanding general to address more than 800 graduates at Fall Commencement Exercises on Dec. 16

More than 800 students are expected to graduate in Fall Commencement Exercises in Trojan Arena.

More than 800 students are expected to graduate in Fall Commencement Exercises in Trojan Arena.

Army Maj. Gen. Michael C. McCurry, the commander of Fort Rucker, will provide the keynote address at Troy University’s fall commencement on Friday, Dec. 16.

More than 800 students representing 25 states and 11 countries outside the United States will participate in the exercises that are slated for 10 a.m. in Trojan Arena. The event…

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JingleFest features shops by student entrepreneurs at the IDEA Bank on Thursday evening

JingleFest opens at 5 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 1 in the IDEA Bank on the Square in downtown Troy.

JingleFest opens at 5 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 1 in the IDEA Bank on the Square in downtown Troy.

Some 20 student vendors will open up shop Thursday, Dec. 1 at the IDEA Bank on the Square in downtown Troy for JingleFest Holiday Market.

Launched last year by student entrepreneurs Hannah Dinkle and Arthur Penn, JingleFest showcases student-owned businesses and products. Most of those students are involved in the Sorrell College of Business’ Troy…

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ISCO Festival brings food, fellowship and entertainment to a sell-out crowd

The 2022 ISCO Festival brought international cuisine and entertainment to a sell out crowd in the Lamar P. Higgins Ballrooms.

The 2022 ISCO Festival brought international cuisine and entertainment to a sell out crowd in the Lamar P. Higgins Ballrooms.

The Troy University’s International Student Cultural Organization successfully brought students from several cultural backgrounds together by selling out of all 250 tickets for the annual ISCO Festival. 

The purpose of the Festival is to bring together those from varying locations to experience culture as authentically as possible without leaving Troy, Alabama.

“The community that ISCO…

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