Lowndes students named to Troy honors lists

Published 8:39 am Thursday, January 18, 2024

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Two Lowndes County natives were among Troy University students named to the college’s Chancellor’s List for the Fall Semester and Term 2.

Zykira Rudolph of Hayneville and Sean Marts of Hope Hull were also named to the list, honored for her hard work and exemplary grades.

Marquita Allen, Amanda Bradley, and Avery Royal of Greenville all made the honors list which recognizes full-time, undergraduate students who are registered for at least 12 semester hours and earn a grade point average (GPA) of 4.0. 

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Students at the university’s Troy campus participate in the Fall Semester. Those studying in Dothan, Phenix City, Montgomery or online are enrolled in Term 2.

Four Crenshaw County students were also named to the Chancellor’s List. Luverne residents Rebecca Billings, Elijah Brooks, Anna Lowe and MacKenzie Daniel were honored for achieving top grades among their class.

More than 22,500 students attend Troy University, a school students choose for its reasonable costs, quality academic programs, available financial aid and flexible class schedules. With over 154,000 alumni worldwide, Troy students enjoy a traditional college experience at the school’s Troy campus and adult learners find ways to pursue higher education at campuses in Dothan, Montgomery, Phenix City and online as well as on satellite campuses across the globe.