ITS Shutdown to Occur Sept. 11

September 9, 2016

Students should plan ahead this weekend if they have homework because a system-wide shut down will occur Sunday. Information Technology Services sent out a campus-wide email Sept. 1 notifying students of the need to shut down […]


Truman, A.T. Still to partner for 7-year medical program

February 24, 2016

Truman State and A.T. Still University officials signed an agreement that enables students to complete their medical studies within seven years. The Pre-Med/Med Accelerated Track, also known as the “3+4” agreement, creates a way for students to attend Truman for three years then transfer […]


Syllabi include Title IX disclosure

January 31, 2016

As students returned to classes Jan. 11, many noticed a new section discussing Title IX and its implications in professors’ syllabi. Although Title IX originally began as a movement for gender equality in academic settings, the implications of Title IX have grown. Many Truman […]


Bone marrow drive saves lives

November 21, 2015

Because of a bone marrow drive like the one recently hosted at Truman State, senior Victoria Holt was able to save the life of a young boy. Phi Sigma Pi, Delta Sigma Pi and Phi Delta […]