Summer Classes Converted to Online Only


As a continuation of cautionary measures related to COVID-19, Truman will be moving its summer and interim sessions for 2020 entirely online.  

Like many colleges and universities across the country, the continued need for social distancing and the likelihood of continued disease spread has caused Truman to take this step. The safety of students and the entire campus community remains the top priority.
The vast majority of summer classes are already online, or will be converted to online over the next couple of weeks. A few courses will be cancelled. Students in cancelled classed will be contacted directly and will not be billed for the course.  

If a course is converted to online and a student no longer wishes to take it, they have the option to drop prior to the beginning of the course. As was the case this spring, some online courses will be taught synchronously at their scheduled times. Students should consult the Open Course List on TruView, or their personal class schedule, if they are unsure about whether a class will be offered in real time or not.
For questions about a specific course, contact the professor or department chair. Broader questions about the operation of the summer and interim sessions can be directed to the Institute for Academic Outreach at