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Troy University is a public university in Troy in Alabama that was founded in 1887 as Troy State Normal School. The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACS) has accredited university's bachelor's, master's, specialist and doctoral degrees.
The university serves the educational needs of many students in 5 Alabama campuses and 62 teaching sites in 18 U.S. states and 12 countries. Troy University has more than 100,000 alumni in 50 states in the US and countries. The university offers more than 112 undergraduate and 80 graduate programs. It prepares students to succeed in the real world, like no other university. Students from more than 85 countries who speak 80 different languages study in this university.
Troy University consists of a network of campuses throughout Alabama and around the globe. The university offer high-quality academic degrees at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Why Troy University
- Forbes ranked Troy University as the 640th best school in the nation in the year 2017.
- Troy University's Hall School of Journalism & Communication was ranked at 6th position for Best School of Journalism in the nation by the Radio Television Digital News Association.
- The Princeton Review has named the university in "Best in the Southeast" list because of its excellence in academics and co-curriculum activities.