Troy University at Montgomery
The courtyard on Troy-Montgomery's campus
|Troy State University at Montgomery|
|Type||Public university, Master's university|
|Chancellor||Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr.|
|Location||Montgomery, Alabama, United States
Troy University at Montgomery is a satellite campus of Troy University and is located in Montgomery, Alabama. The campus is located in the western part of downtown, and includes the Rosa Parks Museum and Library, the Davis Theatre for the Performing Arts, and portions of the historic Bell Building. The university also operates the W.A. Gayle Planetarium in Oak Park.
The campus has its roots in extension courses offered at Maxwell Air Force Base in the 1950s. A separate Troy State College teaching center was established at Maxwell in 1965, which led to the creation of the present-day Montgomery Campus. In 1982, the Montgomery and Dothan campuses were granted independent accreditation, and the Troy State University System was formed. In April 2004, "State" was dropped from the University's name to reflect the institution's new, broader focus. In August 2005, all Troy campuses were reunified under one accreditation.
Troy University at Montgomery offers 3 associate degree programs, 11 bachelor's degree programs, 10 master's degree programs, and one doctoral program. The school also offers 2 education specialist programs.
The campus includes the College of Arts & Sciences, the College of Education, the College of Communications & Fine Arts, the Sorrell College of Business, and the School of Nursing.
The majority of the classes offered on the Montgomery campus are evening classes. All of the degrees offered by the campus can be completed entirely through evening classes. Weekend, TV, and online courses are also available.
Troy University at Montgomery is located in downtown Montgomery. It consists of Whitley Hall, portions of the Bell Building, the Bartlett building, building 136, and the School of Nursing building. Classes are also held in the Rosa Parks Museum and Library. The Davis Theatre for the Performing Arts sits adjacent to Whitley Hall.
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