New freshman applications are currently sitting at 3,489 for fall 2019, 2,498 of which have been admitted to Truman State University. After a 17 percent drop in new student enrollment this year, the University hired […]
Extreme weather since the start of the year has forced departments around Truman State University to alter plans and work wisely. The University has closed two times in the past few weeks and has had […]
Truman State University’s Classical and Modern Languages Department has officially proposed a new major to consolidate four of its current offerings. French, German, Russian and Spanish majors will be moved under one umbrella major, a […]
Truman State University received a recommendation to be funded at the same level as fiscal year 2019. Missouri Gov. Mike Parson has made his budget recommendations for the fiscal year 2020 to allocate funds to […]
The Truman State University Political Science Department is in the process of changing its name, which is set to take effect next fall. The Department will then be known as the Department of Political Science […]
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 […]
College Democrats of Truman State University hosted Politics in Person on The Quad late last month.
The event brought elected officials and candidates from all over Missouri to Truman to talk with students about local politicians and to advocate for more students to vote. […]