Truman State University President Sue Thomas said the institution has tentatively set aside $600,000 for faculty and staff raises next year after zero University employees got raises in the 2018 fiscal year. […]
“Posts about the address racked up dozens of shares and retweets, as well as paragraphs-long analyses on Facebook,” writes Nicolas Telep, news text editor for The Index.
“This surprised me because I could count fewer than 10 students at the address who were not part of Student Government.” […]
University President Sue Thomas addressed the governor’s recent proposal to reduce funding to all of Missouri’s public universities, including Truman State University, and what this means for the 2018-2019 academic year. […]
Rep. Nate Walker said there is talk in the Assembly about raising the tuition cap by 2 percent or higher, and such a policy might be necessary if the proposed reductions in core funding are adopted. […]
Truman State University has been looking into changing the liberal studies program curriculum to better improve its distinctiveness. Former Truman president Troy Paino challenged administration to improve the current liberal arts curriculum in January […]
Truman State University is home to students of many races, religions, ethnicities, sexual orientations and backgrounds. One group of around 700 students on campus are first generation students who the McNair program and other entities […]