Campus

Graduation to be held in person

March 25, 2021

Truman State University is dividing its spring 2021 commencement into seven ceremonies across two days, which will allow guests to attend in-person in a limited capacity.  The spring 2021 commencement ceremony plan was announced to […]

City

City Council election heating up

March 25, 2021

Kirksville City Council elections will take place Tuesday, April 6. There are four candidates running for one seat and a three-year term.  The candidates are Kevin Alm, Kabir Bansal, John Gardner and Dana (Danny) McDowell. […]

City

Missouri moves to phase 1B – Tier 3

March 25, 2021

Missouri is now on Phase 1B – Tier 3 of its COVID-19 vaccination plan. Those who are now eligible for a vaccine include K-12 teachers, childcare providers, communications sector employees, information technology workers, food production […]

Administration

Expected fall in enrollment to impact budget

March 17, 2021

Truman State University expects to see a 6-8% decline in enrollment next academic year, which translates to a $1.6 million reduction in tuition income. Funding for the University comes mainly from state funding and tuition. […]

Campus

Spring Break brings COVID-19 concern

March 3, 2021

On Friday, March 5, many Truman students will be on their way home for the long-awaited Spring Break. In line with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s calls for staying home over break, school […]

Campus

Campus reflects on pet-friendly hall

March 2, 2021

Truman State University’s pet-friendly housing in Dobson Hall is nearing the end of its first academic year and has been a success in the eyes of Residence Life staff and residents.  This new special housing […]