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Feature Story

Trojan Heart Challenge rewards acts of service, kindness

Compassion and service have always been a part of Troy University’s mission. It’s right there in the University’s founding motto: “Educate the mind to think, the heart to feel and the body to act.”

Now, a new initiative aims to recognize the true “heart” of Troy University. The “Trojan Heart Challenge” is a joint effort of the John W. Schmidt Center for Student Success, Student Involvement, Student Government Association, Tropolitan, Service Learning and Civic Engagement, and TROY First Lady Janice Hawkins. Its goal is to recognize Troy University students, faculty and staff who have displayed the “Trojan Heart” through acts of service or good deeds.

“A culture of caring, compassion and service has separated Troy University as a unique institution of higher learning,” Hawkins said. “At Troy University, we believe, as individuals and as a whole, that we have been granted the rich and rare opportunity of servant leadership to those around us. We believe that we are blessed so that those blessings can be shared with others.”

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