Troy University, recently named to The Princeton Review’s “Best in the Southeast,” is expanding into the Northeast with a new campus located in Exton, Pa. The University has 60 campuses in 17 states and 11 nations.
“We’re extremely proud to bring our dedicated faculty, staff, and innovative curriculum to the Philadelphia area,” stated Dr. Christine Burge, Regional Director for Troy University’s Atlantic region. “The Exton campus will provide the working professionals of the region an outstanding education on their terms – conveniently and affordably.”
The primary focus of Troy University’s new Exton campus will be on-site graduate and online undergraduate degree programs provided in a format designed for working adults with family and professional obligations. Classes will be available in the evenings and on weekends. Highly qualified full-time and adjunct faculty with professional and real-world experience will deliver creative and cutting-edge curriculum.
Through its Atlantic region, Troy University offers a variety of in-class and online Master’s degree programs, as well as online Associate and Bachelor’s degree programs in high-demand fields like business, management, criminal justice, political science, nursing, and more.
About Troy University
Founded in 1887 and recently named to The Princeton Review’s “Best in the Southeast” ranking and U.S. News & World Report’s annual “America’s Best Colleges” list, Troy University has over 60 campuses and sites located in 17 states and 11 foreign countries. Troy University, through its Atlantic region, provides working professionals in Maryland; Virginia; Washington, D.C.; and now Pennsylvania with outstanding educational resources, convenience and affordability. To learn more about graduate and undergraduate programs offered at Troy University through its Atlantic region, visit www.troy.edu/ar or call 1-800-518-TROY.