Every university has traditions. At Troy University, one of our proudest traditions is the long relationship we've shared with the U.S. military. We have been serving those who serve for decades all around the world and right here in Dothan.
Our Dothan Campus, located between the city of Dothan and Fort Rucker, is home to an outstanding faculty and staff that is dedicated primarily to serving the "nontraditional" adult learner. Here you can choose from more than 60 graduate and undergraduate degree options that are taught in day, evening and weekend classes, to accommodate busy adult learners with jobs and other commitments.
Set on 405 picturesque acres, the Dothan Campus is large enough to provide top-notch programs and exceptional facilities close to where you live and work. However, we are small enough to offer exceptional one-on-one attention. Perhaps that's why TROY was named the number one public university in Alabama by Forbes magazine in 2009 and has been a Princeton Review "Best in the Southeast" for five consecutive years.