Ruckus Arrives at Truman

Ruckus Network, Inc., the provider of a multimedia network that supplies free and legal music downloads specifically for college students, recently announced that its Ruckus® service is now available at Truman State University. Throughout the year, Truman State University’s undergraduate and graduate students can access the Ruckus service anytime – on or off campus – to enjoy the full-featured music service.

Members of the Truman community can access the first, college-only service that blends social networking features with a massive and continuously expanding library of free, legal and safe music downloads. Ruckus has already proven successful at more than 173 colleges and universities across the country, including Brown University, Duke University, Georgia Tech, Indiana University, North Carolina State, Princeton University, University of California-Berkeley, the University of Denver, Penn State University and the University of Pennsylvania.

With Ruckus, students can legally download and share music, create playlists, send personal media recommendations to friends and neighbors, browse classmates’ profiles and media libraries, and meet new friends. Students can also build their personal music libraries from Ruckus’ collection of more than 3 million high-fidelity, virus-free songs. Ruckus eliminates copyright infringement through its licensing agreements with all of the major international record labels, as well as thousands of independent labels and artists. Faculty and staff can also take advantage of the partnership for a low monthly fee.

Truman State University students can begin using the service immediately by visiting, clicking on “Join Ruckus” and entering a e-mail address. The registration process only takes a few minutes.

For more information, please visit the Ruckus corporate site at or their service at
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