2022 Acceptance Rate

A total of 6,766 students have applied and 6,428 students have allowed to admit to Troy University (Acceptance rate: 95.00%). The yield, also known as enrollment rate, is 25.00 % where 1,607 students have finally enrolled out of 6,428 admitted students.
TROY acceptance rate is higher (easier to admit) compared to Public, 4-Years Colleges in Alabama. Compared to similar schools in rankings such as Alabama A & M University and Auburn University at Montgomery, its acceptance rate is slightly higher than the average (relatively easy to get in) (the average acceptance rate of the schools is 82.17%).
TROY enrollment rate (yield) is lower (less admitted-students enrolled) compared to Public, 4-Years Colleges in Alabama. Compared to similar schools in rankings, its yield is average (average yield is 26.50%).
*Data Source: 2021-2022 Tuition & Fees - National Center for Education Statistics (NCES). (Last update: June 2022)

How to Apply to Troy University

The following table summarizes the contact and directory information to apply TROY. TROY offers benefits for veterans, service member, or qualified family members. You may need to prepare certificate of eligibility (COE ) from the Veterans Affairs .
Admissionwww.troy.edu/applications-admissions/index.html
Financial Aidwww.troy.edu/scholarships-costs-aid/financial-aid/index.html
Net Price Calculatorwww.troy.edu/net-price-calculator/index.html
Veterans Tuitionwww.troy.edu/military-veterans/
Athleticwww.troy.edu/about-us/offices-departments/institutional-research-planning-effectiveness/fact-site/graduation-reports.html
Disability Servicewww.troy.edu/student-disability-services/index.html

Admission Statistics Charts

2022 Test Scores Comparison

For the academic year 2020-2021, the average SAT score is 1,043 and the average ACT score is 21 over scores submitted by enrolled first-time students. Compared to similar schools in college rankings, the admission score of Troy University is around average than the schools (average score is 1,069). You can check and compare the SAT and ACT scores by subject with tables and charts.
SAT/ACT Scores Comparison
SAT AverageACT Average
Troy University1,04321
Similarly Colleges in Rankings1,04821
All U.S. Colleges1,12368
Public, 4-Years Colleges1,11267
4-Years Colleges1,12468
Public, 4-Years Colleges in Alabama1,10068

SAT/ACT Scores by Subject

SATACT
At Troy University, 74 students submitted SAT scores (5% of enrolled students).
The average SAT score is about 1,043 and it is around average than average for Public, 4-Years Colleges in Alabama. The following table shows the SAT average scores by subject and 25th/75th percentile.
SAT Scores by Subject
25th percentile75th percentile
Evidence-Based Reading and Writing485580
Mathematics450570
Total9351,150
*Data Source: 2021-2022 Tuition & Fees - National Center for Education Statistics (NCES). (Last update: June 2022)
At Troy University, 1,118 students submitted ACT scores (70% of enrolled students).
The average ACT score is about 21 and it is lower than average for Public, 4-Years Colleges in Alabama. The next table shows the ACT average scores by subject and 25th/75th percentile.
ACT Scores by Subject
25th percentile75th percentile
Composite1725
English1725
Mathematics1623

Admission Requirements

The following table summarizes the admission requirement to apply to Troy University. The school requires 4 items to submit - Secondary school GPA, Secondary school record, Admission test scores and TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) and 1 items are recommended to submit - Completion of college-preparatory program and .
Admission Requirements for Applying to Troy University
Secondary school GPARequired
Secondary school rankNeither required nor recommended
Secondary school recordRequired
Completion of college-preparatory programRecommended
RecommendationsNeither required nor recommended
Formal demonstration of competenciesNeither required nor recommended
Admission test scoresRequired
TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language)Required
Other Test (Wonderlic, WISC-III, etc.)Neither required nor recommended