When students decide to enroll in Alabama's Troy University, they join a tradition of education that dates back to 1887. Though much has changed throughout the years, the students who move into their Troy University apartments each year still arrive to the Troy, Montgomery, Phenix City or Dothan campuses expecting to receive some of the top higher education in the region and enjoy an exciting social environment.
Nearly 30,000 students attend Troy University, with about 7,000 on the school's main campus in Troy, Alabama. Those who live on campus, or rent apartments near Troy University benefit from the same unique opportunities that the school presents. For example, the institution offers a degree program in interpreting for the deaf, certification programs in polygraph science, and a broadcast journalism program that has received several rewards from the Southeast Journalism Conference. In part because of these distinctions, the school was recently named among Forbes Magazine's "Best Buys," as well as one of the publications top schools in all of Alabama. The school's social life invites students to rally around several successful Troy University Trojans sports teams, take part in Greek life, or join the marching band, proudly dubbed, "The Sound of The South."
Students who rent Troy University apartments have a fast and easy route to the excitement of nearby Montgomery, and are also able to enjoy the finer points of their own community. The city features attractions such as the peaceful Pike County Lake, Bicentennial Park, and historic highlights like the Pioneer Museum of Alabama.
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