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Troy University to Host an Online Open House in May

Published Friday, April 13, 2018

 

 

Troy University will host an Online Open House on Tuesday, May 8, as part of a worldwide event to assist prospective students in the areas of admissions and academic strategy for career development.

 

During the event, an online information session will be available to help prospective students decide on a major and answer questions about financial aid or credit transfers.

 

The event will run from 6:00 A.M. to 11:00 P.M. REGISTRATION Required at www.troy.edu/openhouse

 

Application fees will be waived for those who apply for admission to TROY during a Worldwide Open House event at a location or online on May 8. REGISTRATION REQUIRED www.troy.edu/openhouse

 

Lynn Chapman, Area Coordinator for Southeast Georgia and Northeast Florida, encourages prospective students to register online and attend the information session and/or contact us for further information. “This TROY Worldwide Open House provides interested individuals the opportunity to take the first step toward an undergraduate or graduate degree without the initial cost of the application which is $30 - $50. TROY, a SACS accredited public university, offers numerous degree programs at the Associates, Bachelors, Master’s, Education Specialist and Doctoral levels. Students may take courses on site or online. In Brunswick and online, TROY offers 5 nine-week terms per calendar year to accommodate adults with family and career obligations. ”

 

This event is part of Troy University’s Worldwide Open House, which features activities at the University’s four campuses in Alabama and more than 20 other locations. Prospective students may view a virtual open house session at their convenience on May 8 between the hours of 6 A.M. and 11 P.M.

 

Those wishing to participate, either in person or online, can register online at www.troy.edu/openhouse or contact the Brunswick location at (912) 262-2500.

 

Contact

Lynn Chapman

(912) 262-2500