Troy University, based in Alabama, is a public university founded in 1887. Through a network of locations and a robust online offering, TROY serves both traditional students and adult learners with a worldwide enrollment of more than 20,000 TROY operates four campuses in Alabama--Troy, Dothan, Montgomery and Phenix City-and locations in 7 states, in both Japan and Korea and partnerships with universities in China, Vietnam and Malaysia.
Founded as a college to train teachers, Troy University has today grown into a thriving international university that enrolls more than 1,000 international students, representing more than 76 countries. Also highlighting the University's international focus, TROY is home to Alabama's only Confucius Institute that maintains a statewide mission of educating about the Chinese language, culture and history and forging economic development ties between the state and China.
The complete university experience may be found at Troy University’s beautiful, historic campus in Troy, Ala. The Troy, Ala. campus provides top-notch academic programs as well as experiences that shape careers and lives. Students on the Troy Campus enjoy more than 200 clubs, Greek organizations and philanthropic groups, as well study abroad programs, Division I athletics, an honors program and more.
The Troy Campus also offers a wide variety of residence halls, including apartment style units. The surrounding city of Troy is a charming Southern city with a picturesque town square featuring unique boutiques and food options.
Why Troy University
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|Institution Type||Public University|
|Application Fees||USD 50|
|Tuition Fees||USD 7,100 - USD 19,600|
|Location||Troy, Alabama, United States of America|