Troy University 2018 (Automatic Scholarship)
Troy University, founded in 1887, is a public research university located in Troy, Alabama. Troy University has approximately 15,000 undergraduate students with student-faculty ratio of 15:1. Here are some rankings and unique programs for Troy University:
US News Rankings
#69 in Regional Universities South
#23 in Top Public Schools
#655 Top Colleges
#260 in Public Universities
#189 in the South
Troy University offers honors college to students who scored above 26 ACT. Perks of honors college is honors classes, honors dormitory, and priority registration.
English as a Second Language (ESL)
Currently, Troy University offers English as a Second Language course to approximately 200 international students each semester. It offers 6 levels of ESL to international students who are not proficient in speaking English to prepare them to receive an academic degree from Troy. The ESL program is an 8-week course which is offered two times each semester and one time each summer. In ESL, students not only learn English but also American culture as well. It is a great resource to utilize for students who are not proficient in English yet.
Automatic Scholarship Information
Tuition- $18,000 (15 credit hours per semester)
Room- $4,000 (Honors Dorm)
Board- $3,500 (Unlimited meal plan)
The Millennium Scholar’s Award (International Students not eligible)- Students with scores higher than 32 ACT or 1470 SAT and 3.7 GPA will be awarded full-tuition, room, and board for all four years.
The Chancellor’s Award (International Students Eligible)- Students with scores above 28 ACT or 1320 SAT and 3.5 GPA will be awarded full-tuition for all four years.
Troy University offers a lucrative scholarship for a relatively low ACT and SAT scores. If you do score above 28 ACT or 1320 SAT, your direct cost will only be $7,500 a year. Your total cost of attendance would be around $13,500 which includes personal expenses, books, room and board, and plane tickets. This is very affordable for an American university.
If you have a low ACT or SAT scores, you might want to study more to have more options available. Studying for a standardized test is difficult, but you can bring your scores up dramatically if you study three to four hours a day for six months.