These schools are similar to Troy University in key aspects like size, setting, and academics.
75% of students
The community is great here. They are always welcoming and helpful. All the students just want to help each other, whether it's classes or mental health. I've lived in Troy all my life and this atmosphere has always been here.
Occasionally there are some teachers who "do not make sense" but if you put in the time and work, you can pass those classes. The theater departments are spread out, so often you'll have to go across campus for parts of your class.
If you form a relationship with the faculty, they will go out of their way to help you succeed. The communication and journalism department is one of the best in the state and can give you great connections after you graduate.
The location is less than desirable, especially for students without cars. It is also a small school. These two factors combined mean gossip runs rampant because frankly there isn't much else to do. I also would not recommend the music program to students who do not want to be in the marching band, because that is its main focus.
Troy University has a lot of amazing teachers who will help you to further your education and get to that degree.
The roommates are the only thing I didn't like but eventually, we got along by being cordial
Troy offers an opportunity for every student to thrive!