Teachers, military recognized by TROY with free applications during the month of May

May is Teacher Appreciation Month and Military Appreciation Month.

May is Teacher Appreciation Month and Military Appreciation Month.

May brings about recognition of two of Troy University’s key student groups – teachers and America’s military.

This year, the University has announced it will show its appreciation to active duty service members and teachers with application fee waivers through the end of the month.

Prospective students should use the codes “USMIL2024” or “TEACH24” on…

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College of Education provides database of online resources to assist teachers, parents

TROY's College of Education has created an online database of resources to assist teachers and parents during school closures due to COVID-19.

TROY's College of Education has created an online database of resources to assist teachers and parents during school closures due to COVID-19.

Founded in 1887 as a teacher’s college, Troy University has a long history of preparing teachers and equipping them with resources to help them to be successful in the classroom. Now, as the COVID-19 coronavirus has forced the closure of schools, the University’s College of Education is helping teachers adjust to teaching from a distance,…

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Summer Spectacular gives future teachers experience

The program, in its 25th year, gives children ages 4-12 a hands-on learning experience.

The program, in its 25th year, gives children ages 4-12 a hands-on learning experience.

For the 25th year, Troy University is giving its education students a chance at hands-on teaching through its Summer Spectacular program.

The program, which began at the Dothan Campus and has now expanded to the Phenix City and Troy campuses, features TROY students leading a hands-on summer camp for children ages 4 through 12.

The…

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Alumna Geraldine Boothe made a difference in Covington County

Troy University alumna Geraldine Boothe taught for nearly 45 years in rural Covington County, Ala.

Troy University alumna Geraldine Boothe taught for nearly 45 years in rural Covington County, Ala.

Troy University alumna Geraldine Grimes Boothe of Opp taught in the classrooms of rural Covington County for almost 45 years, inspiring countless thousands of students and serving as a role model for her peers. Mrs. Boothe, the mother of TROY alumnus and District 89 State Rep. Alan Boothe, passed away April 18, 2017.

Chancellor Jack…

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