Composting program looking to the future

December 8, 2019

By next spring, the Truman State University Compost Project hopes to be able to sell its compost to maintain its equipment and fund the student interns working on the project. Michael Seipel, agricultural science department […]


DPS alerts of motor vehicle theft

November 7, 2019

Director of Public Safety Sara Seifert sent an email to students Thursday evening alerting them of a motor vehicle theft from the east parking lot of the Ophelia Parrish Building. A 2003 dark gray Jeep […]


Hong Kong protests spark debate

November 7, 2019

Ongoing protests in Hong Kong, China, have garnered attention in the U.S., and even students at Truman State University are taking a stand.   The New York Times reported on Oct. 3, “The protests started as […]


DPS warns of motor vehicle theft

October 24, 2019

Director of Public Safety Sara Seifert sent an email to students Thursday morning alerting them of a theft of a motor vehicle from the Campbell Apartments parking lot. A 2009 Red Pontiac G5, with Missouri […]


Utilize campus academic services

October 1, 2019

As a student with dyslexia, I need as much help as possible when it comes to academics here at Truman State University. I have used the Writing Center, tutoring services and I frequent my professors’ […]


College enrollment shifts across Missouri

September 12, 2019

Truman State University began seeing lower enrollment a couple of years ago. Truman is about to report its third year of decreased enrollment while other colleges around Missouri have broadcasted their enrollment numbers are going […]