Truman to temporarily house Oscar Mayer employees from Guam, Hawaii

Truman State University’s residence building, Centennial Hall, will temporarily house Kirksville Oscar Mayer employees from Guam and Hawaii, according to a City of Kirksville press release. 

The housing is transitional while the workers find permanent housing. The workers will take a one credit-hour class to help them become familiar with the area and have a smooth transition, according to the press release. 

Typically groups of only 20-25 workers will be living in the hall at a time, said Public Relations Director Travis Miles via email.

Centennial Hall was closed for the 2022-2023 academic year because of lower student demand and upcoming renovations. 

More information can be found on Truman’s website here.

The full agreement can be viewed here.

This story will continue to be updated in the coming days.