Repairs made to campus continue into fall

August 19, 2019

Around campus a few maintenance projects were started over the summer, totaling over $2 million worth of repairs out of the maintain and repair fund.  Truman State University Comptroller Mike Garzanelli said the summer maintenance […]


Enrollment likely down for fall 2019

May 4, 2019

Based on new student application and admission numbers, Truman State University is projected to have another decrease in enrollment. As of Tuesday, there were 3,627 applicants, 2,678 of which have been admitted. Dawn Howd, associate […]


Governor, state officials visit Truman to talk Greenwood

March 28, 2019

Gov. Mike Parson, Missouri Sen. Cindy O’Laughlin, and Missouri Reps. Danny Busick and Greg Sharpe came to Truman State University last Thursday to talk with University President Sue Thomas about Truman’s role in workforce development […]


Truman responds to white supremacist posters

March 27, 2019

Faculty, staff and students at Truman State University received an email Tuesday morning regarding posters promoting white supremacy posted around the Kirksville community. The email from the Institutional Compliance Office and the Department of Public […]


Conservative commentator Michael Knowles speaks on campus

March 22, 2019

Conservative commentator Michael Knowles spoke at Truman State University Thursday night at an event sponsored by the College Republicans. Knowles, an author and host of “The Michael Knowles Show” on conservative website The Daily Wire, […]


Options for Truman after January fire

March 21, 2019

After a fire on the south side of campus, Truman State University is looking at options for rebuilding the storage building. The fire broke out Jan. 24 in the Delaney and Baldwin Complex. After the […]