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TRUMAN’S PANHELLENIC RECRUITMENT IS CHANGING

April 25, 2016

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_video link=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6irNSsNa8cs”][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Truman State’s Panhellenic Council recently revised the Panhellenic Constitution so the constitution would more closely follow that of the National Panhellenic Council. Panhellenic President junior Paulie Massey says the Truman Panhellenic Council voted on these […]

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Delta Phi Epsilon to establish Truman chapter

November 20, 2014

Truman’s Panhellenic Council announced Tuesday they have invited Delta Phi Epsilon International Sorority to establish a new chapter at Truman State. The Panhellenic organization will begin efforts to raise interest at the beginning of the […]

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‘Dogs rush to decisive victory

November 6, 2014

The Bulldogs broke a streak of back-to-back GLVC losses by defeating Southwest Baptist University 52-7 in Bolivar, Missouri, Saturday. Truman State had a 24-0 lead at the half — something the Bulldogs had difficulty doing […]

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New Sorority to Come to Campus

October 26, 2014 and

Truman State has begun the process to bring a new Panhellenic sorority to campus. Upon selection, Truman will make a place for the new organization on campus. An extension committee has already been formed and […]

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Truman expands recruitment efforts

September 25, 2014

At the beginning of the school year, more than 1,000 Missouri high school seniors became Truman State students. These students comprise 79% of this year’s freshman class. However, the number of in-state admissions have declined […]

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Woodley heads to Iowa

September 11, 2014

For many students, the end of August and beginning of September is a time when they begin settling into the new year. For the men’s basketball team, the opposite was true. With the departure of three-year head coach Matt Woodley, the Bulldogs were left to find a new captain for a ship that seemed to be heading into some very choppy waters.

After much surprise and some quick action, Athletic Director Jerry Wollmering, University President Troy Paino and others decided former assistant coach Chris Foster was the man for the job. Within a week of the announcement of Woodley’s departure, the Bulldogs had a new head coach and were back to business as usual as the team prepared for the season. And while this may seem like normal business, in the world of college sports, it is more than a little shocking how everything was handled so efficiently and with such confidence. […]

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Various rush options offered to students

September 4, 2014

Rush Week during September is a way to get involved at Truman State, and there are many different reasons to participate. Truman offers a choice of social, service and professional organizations.

There will be some organizations with later rush weeks, such as the service sororities and fraternities. Be aware most sororities only rush during the fall, while most fraternities rush during the fall and spring.

About 20 percent of Truman students are involved with Greek Life, whether they are in a service or social Greek organization. […]

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Students might see tuition increase

April 3, 2014

Though Truman State continuously is recognized as one of America’s best-buys for a liberal arts education, there still is a price to pay.
Governor Nixon’s recommendation for an 8 percent increase to the state’s budget for higher education still is being debated in the Missouri legislature. In anticipation of the results, public institutions across Missouri, including Truman State, must consider their own options to increase their budget.
Dave Rector, the director of Truman’s budget office, said predictions are not optimistic that the government funding increase will come through state funding alone. As a result, the budget office has proposed a 1.5 percent increase in graduate and non-resident students’ annual tuition, Rector said. […]