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Administration

Truman opts into higher state minimum wage

February 4, 2019

Truman State University chose to opt in to the new Missouri state minimum wage of $8.60 per hour. Dave Rector, vice president for administration, finance and planning, said Truman was exempt from the wage increase, […]

Administration

Truman foreign language offerings to change

January 31, 2019

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 […]

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Governor’s budget would keep Truman funding steady

January 30, 2019

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 […]

Administration

Departments consider course offerings

December 10, 2018

Multiple departments across Truman State University are changing course section offerings to keep up with student demand and new requirements by the University. […]

Administration

SEM Works reveals audit findings to Truman

November 18, 2018

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. […]

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Time slot selected for Truman Symposium

November 16, 2018

Truman State University will hold the Truman Symposium Mondays from 4:30-5:30 p.m. when implemented in the fall 2019 semester as announced at last week’s Undergraduate Council meeting. […]