Assistance for students in the military

Chris Wallace photo Military students and dependents can study, print, and receive advice and assistance at Troy for Troops in the Trojan Center.   Chris Wallace If you are military-affiliated and attend Troy University, there is an organization to help you. Troy for Troops helps veterans, active-duty personnel and dependents adjust to college life.  The Trojan Read More

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Advice from a former student: How to succeed at Troy

Emma Daniel photo Emma Daniel hugs her brother, Jeff Daniel, at his graduation from Troy University in 2009.    Jeff Daniel graduated from Troy in 2007 and later gave the following advice to his younger sister Emma, who is now a Troy student. She said his advice still rings true. 1. Learn how to say no. Read More

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Dining locations on campus, healthy options

Victoria Cirilli photo Lucas Sanabria, an exercise science major from Atlanta who was a junior in the spring, loads his plate with fresh greens from the salad bar in the Trojan Dining Hall.   Victoria Cirilli For first-year Trojans, maintaining a healthy diet can be a challenge, but advice from fellow students can ease the transition Read More

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Music fraternities work together to support the arts

Chris Wallace photo Marybeth Moore, a dance major from Alabaster, Alabama, and a senior in the spring, helps a student register for the 46th annual Southeastern Clinic for high school honor bands on Jan. 31, 2019.   Sarah Jones Music has always been a big part of Erin Baum’s life. While she was growing up in Read More

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Keeping pets at Troy: the housing factors that come in play

Will Oliver photos Aysiah Stroud (left) and Landon Gaskins hang out with best friends Sunny Bear and Luna.   Will Oliver Coming off a rough semester, Landon Gaskins — a history education major from Helena, Alabama, who was a sophomore in the spring — couldn’t resist when he was offered a free dog. Gaskins and his Read More

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