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. […]
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 has seen a decrease in enrollment of full-time students. Last week, SEM Works, an enrollment management consulting firm, visited the campus to assess the University after being contracted to assist the University with the declining enrollment. […]
The 2018 edition of Truman State University’s Student Conduct Code features a new amnesty clause for students who call for help in the case of an alcohol- or drug-related medical emergency, even if they are […]
After former Gov. Eric Greitens left office in June, the Missouri General Assembly and Gov. Mike Parson passed a budget restoring Truman’s appropriation to the same level of fiscal year 2018, about $39.5 million. […]
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. […]