Truman Public Relations Director Heidi Templeton said tickets for the series used to be free, but the series began charging $5 for the tickets during the 2016-2017 season. Templeton said the ticket prices have increased because of a lack of funding. […]
The Center for International Students and the Study Abroad Office are under new management this semester, and an assistant professor of Chinese is making alterations to the Chinese study abroad program. […]
After spending $154,000 on a strategic enrollment management group, Truman State University will be moving forward and focusing on four problem areas that might be affecting enrollment.
The University hosted a meeting Nov. 8 where SEM Works President and CEO Jim Black and enrollment consultant Kathi Baucom presented their preliminary findings. […]
Truman State University will be replacing the fire alarm system in the Student Recreation Center and some windows in the Greenwood building, as well as renovating the University fountain and plaza.
The motion to postpone the implementation of The Dialogues was voted down and they are still set to start in fall 2019. Undergraduate Council Chair Justin Jarvis brought forward a motion to postpone the implementation […]
The University Counseling Services replaced their Limitations to Services guidelines with a Scope of Services policy after student response online. On Tuesday, Oct. 30, UCS created a Facebook post to share updates it had made […]
Truman State University’s Career Center is developing an online program to aid students in career readiness and help them market skills they have learned both through their Truman education and their involvement on campus. The Career Center hopes to roll out the beginning phases of this project Jan. 1. […]