Troy University has grown from a small teacher's college
to a global university serving almost 28,000 students, including
approximately 1,000 students from other lands.
Troy University has raised its academic admission
requirements twice in the last five years as we prepare the next
generation of leaders in education, business, health care,
communications, and public service.
Today, the University serves the educational needs of students
in four Alabama campuses, sixty teaching sites in 17 U.S. States
and 11 countries. Troy University's graduates number more than
100,000 alumni representing all 50 states and from numerous foreign
countries. Troy University is known as Alabama's International
University for its extensive international program in attracting
foreign students from around the world.
At our residential campus in Troy, Alabama, you'll
discover a myriad of ways to get involved with campus life. Whether
it's joining one of the 150 student organizations, going Greek,
studying abroad, or cheering on the Trojans on game day, Troy has
something to offer everyone.
- College of Arts and Sciences
- College of Communication and Fine Arts
- College of Education
- College of Health and Human Services
- Sorrell College of Business