On-campus housing at Troy is what you make it. The general consensus is that the freshman dorms are a little older, while the upperclassman dorms and apartments are nice. But, overall, students say living on campus is a good value and offers a great social experience. Troy does a good job offering many different kinds of dorm options—coed, women-only, men-only, substance-free, honors housing, and international—and since the campus is small, no dorm is too far from anything.
Alumni Hall is an all-guy dorm—the largest men’s residence hall on campus—with double rooms and community bathrooms, which are cleaned daily. Gardner and Hamil also have the same setup with doubles and community bathrooms. There are also plenty of suite-style dorms, some of which are women-only and others that are coed. Upperclassmen also have the option of living in the on-campus apartments, Trojan Village. It is the most expensive on-campus housing, but it’s nice—each resident has their own bedroom with a movable desk and twin bed.