Truman workers protest for higher wages

January 28, 2022

A wage strike to protest the delayed response of wage proposals occurred on Truman State University’s campus Dec. 4. The Physical Plant union has been negotiating wages with the University for months. Physical Plant consists […]


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 […]


Board of Governors holds first 2018 meeting

February 9, 2018

University President Sue Thomas addressed the governor’s recent proposal to reduce funding to all of Missouri’s public universities, including Truman State University, and what this means for the 2018-2019 academic year. […]

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Truman Establishes $50 Surcharge for Full-Time Students

February 13, 2017

Truman State University President Sue Thomas announced a $50 surcharge for all full-time students in an email sent Monday. Truman’s Board of Governors voted to establish the surcharge in response to the $3.1 million budget reduction. […]


Presidential search consulting agency to visit campus

August 22, 2016

In a campus-wide email sent Aug. 22, Cheryl Cozette, Board of Governors secretary, announced a visit by the recently hired presidential search consultants to engage with campus community members and the Truman State University Presidential […]