How do I contact Troy University?

1-800-414-5756.

What GPA do you need to get into TROY?

What GPA do you need to get into Troy University? Applicants require above average high school grades to get into TROY. The average high school GPA of the admitted freshman class at Troy University was 3.26 on the 4.0 scale indicating that primarily B students are accepted and ultimately attend.

How many campuses does Troy University have?

four Alabama campuses
Find a TROY location near you Take a stroll through any of TROY’s four Alabama campuses, and you’ll notice a perfect blend of form and function.

What college is in Dothan AL?

Wallace Community College
Troy University – Dothan CampusAlabama College of Osteopathic MedicineFortis College
Dothan/Colleges and Universities

What is Troy University’s School Code?

001047
School Code: 001047 Please list the Federal School Code number for the Troy University 001047 regardless of the campus you plan to attend: Troy Dothan or Troy Montgomery or all other Troy University locations.

What is Troy University email address?

Your Trojan E-mail username is your full Trojan E-mail address. Your Trojan E-mail address is your TrojanPass Username with @troy.edu added to the end. (Example: username@troy.edu).

What are TROY’s colors?

Black
SilverCardinal
Troy University/Colors

What county is Troy Alabama in?

Pike CountyTroy / County

What are Troy’s colors?

How do I apply to Wallace Community College?

Apply for Admission online….

  1. Submit an official high school transcripts or GED transcript with passing scores.
  2. Submit official transcripts from all colleges attended (if applicable).
  3. Apply for financial aid: Visit the Financial Aid section of the website for complete information.

What courses does Wallace Community College offer?

Programs

  • • Associate in Arts. • Associate in Science. • Business Administration. • Criminal Justice. • Computer Information System. • Adult Education.
  • • Procedures for Submitting Nursing Application.
  • • Community Education.
  • • Dual Enrollment (Academic) • Dual Enrollment (Technical, ECEP)