Troy University at Phenix City
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|Troy State University at Phenix City|
|Type||Public university, Master's university|
|Chancellor||Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr.|
In 1975, the Phenix City Campus was opened as a branch of the main campus. This helped to serve students in the military at the nearby Fort Benning. 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 13 bachelor's degree programs.
The main campus is located slightly southwest of downtown Phenix City, but there is currently a project underway to establish a campus on the riverfront in downtown Phenix City.
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