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Is the Cost of College Worth It?

Troy University’s average student debt is 33.5% below the national average.

Troy University’s average student debt is 33.5% below the national average.

For as long as most of us can remember, the idea of attending college and earning a bachelor’s degree after high school has been a logical next step on the way to achieving a fulfilling professional career and personal success. But in recent years, the changing higher education landscape has left some students and families…

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What Can I Do With a Global Business Degree?

The stock ticker inside the Sorrell College of Business on the Troy Campus

The stock ticker inside the Sorrell College of Business on the Troy Campus

If you are going to study for a global business degree, it makes sense to enroll in a university that prioritizes a global outlook in its institutional goals and throughout its programs. Troy University prides itself as Alabama’s International University, meaning that the overall experience for its students, both educationally and socially, has a global focus.

Dr. George…

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TROY, University of Pisa partner to let students dig through history

A new agreement with the University of Pisa (Italy) allows TROY archaeology students to dig through historic sites in Tuscany.

A new agreement with the University of Pisa (Italy) allows TROY archaeology students to dig through historic sites in Tuscany.

A new cooperative partnership with an Italian university is giving Troy University archaeology students a chance to explore one of the world’s most historic areas.

TROY students spent this summer working on a historical dig with the University of Pisa, the first in what are planned to become yearly trips to Italy.

The partnership came…

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Italy inspires English students while studying abroad

Anna Shay Wasden, left, was among several TROY students who took part in the Summer Arts Academy in Pietrasanta, Italy.

Anna Shay Wasden, left, was among several TROY students who took part in the Summer Arts Academy in Pietrasanta, Italy.

When one thinks of traveling to Italy, they typically envision the big cities and all they have to offer: colorful clusters of homes in Cinque Terre, historical sites in Rome, gondolas cruising in Venice, bustling fashion shows in Milan. But, anyone who has wandered upon a bloom of jasmine on an abandoned street or brushed…

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