Truman Receives Full Accreditation For Another 10 Years With No Monitoring Recommended

The Institutional Actions Council of the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) has affirmed the accreditation of Truman State University through 2024-25.

The report from the HLC visiting team was positive, noting that all criteria for reaffirmation had been met and no interim monitoring was recommended.

“Maintaining accreditation is one of the fundamental elements of being an exemplary institution,” University President Troy Paino said. “Given that a majority of schools accredited by the HLC receive at least one interim monitoring recommendation, Truman has clearly distinguished itself in this reaffirmation process.”

Truman has been fully accredited since 1914 by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.