Campus

Composting program looking to the future

December 8, 2019

By next spring, the Truman State University Compost Project hopes to be able to sell its compost to maintain its equipment and fund the student interns working on the project. Michael Seipel, agricultural science department […]

Campus

ResLife moves forward with changes

December 5, 2019

Truman State University’s Residence Life has been implementing a new curriculum this semester that has more structure to try to enhance the resident experience. This curriculum is a step away from the old model of […]

Administration

Faculty medical insurance to change Jan. 1

November 8, 2019

 Truman State University’s faculty medical insurance plan changes will go into effect Jan. 1, 2020. Dave Rector, vice president for Administration, Finance and Planning, said the medical insurance covers faculty, staff and their dependents.  Faculty […]

Campus

DPS alerts of motor vehicle theft

November 7, 2019

Director of Public Safety Sara Seifert sent an email to students Thursday evening alerting them of a motor vehicle theft from the east parking lot of the Ophelia Parrish Building. A 2003 dark gray Jeep […]

Campus

DPS declares no threat to campus

October 27, 2019

This story has been updated since its original publication Oct. 27   The Truman State University Department of Public Safety made a post to its social media accounts Sunday night stating that there was no […]

Campus

Truman offers services for pregnant students

October 1, 2019

Students in need of pregnancy services can find assistance and support through Truman State University’s Title IX Office, among other campus resources. Pregnant students are protected from discrimination by Title IX, which is a law […]

Administration

Two dean searches underway

September 17, 2019

Truman State University is in the process of searching for two new deans: one for the School of Business and one for the School of Arts and Letters.  Jim O’Donnell resigned from his position as […]

Campus

Decision to close Dobson goes smoothly

September 3, 2019

Truman State University’s decision to close Dobson Hall was early enough that the closing went relatively smooth. Dave Rector, vice president for administration, finance and planning, said the only hurdle was how to keep the […]