Tag Day Honors University Donors


Truman will celebrate Tag Day, Nov. 15.

The goal of Tag Day is to show appreciation to donors who have given back to the University, as well as to raise awareness of how they impact day-to-day life at Truman. Hundreds of items around campus will be marked with special purple tags highlighting the fact those items were made possible by a gift.

Donors have a measurable impact in tangible ways, including the Sandra K. Giachino Reavey Sesquicentennial Plaza and Fountain, Red Barn Pavilion and the Robison Planetarium. As well as tangible items, donors also provide support through scholarships and student learning experiences.

Hot chocolate will be provided from 12:30-2 p.m. on the plaza with an opportunity to get a picture taken with the bulldog statue. There will also be the chance to vote on which donor-funded gifts are favorites. For those who cannot make it to the plaza, the Alumni Office will be posting pictures of grateful members of the campus community all week on Truman social media platforms.
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