Campus

Enrollment impacts budget

May 6, 2019

As Missouri lawmakers try to determine a state-wide budget, Truman State University officials are planning a budget based on flat core funding and fewer enrolled students. There are currently three proposals for higher education appropriation […]

Campus

Enrollment likely down for fall 2019

May 4, 2019

Based on new student application and admission numbers, Truman State University is projected to have another decrease in enrollment. As of Tuesday, there were 3,627 applicants, 2,678 of which have been admitted. Dawn Howd, associate […]

Campus

Student Government gears up for elections

April 11, 2019

Candidates running for a seat on Student Government have until tomorrow to turn in applications, but campaigning has already begun. There are 12 voting senator positions, three senior senators, the vice president and president, and […]

City

Zac Burden selected as new mayor

April 11, 2019

Editor’s Note: This story has been edited to correct information previously reported and later said to be inaccurate.  At a special meeting Monday night, the Kirksville City Council swore in its new members and unanimously […]

Campus

Greek Week breaks fundraising record

April 11, 2019

Greek Week 2019 broke yet another fundraising record, raising $26,820 for the Pantry for Adair County. Last year, Greek Week raised $24,500 for Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library, which broke the record at the time. With […]

Administration

Truman responds to white supremacist posters

March 27, 2019

Faculty, staff and students at Truman State University received an email Tuesday morning regarding posters promoting white supremacy posted around the Kirksville community. The email from the Institutional Compliance Office and the Department of Public […]