• Truman Celebrates 25 Years at No. 1

    Truman has reached a milestone after being recognized as the No. 1 public school in the Midwest Region for the 25th consecutive year according to U.S. News & World Report.
  • Expanded Services Part of a Strong Focus on Mental Health at Truman

    With a new school year under way, students now have access to expanded physical and mental health care services. Since March, operations of both the Student Health Center and University Counseling Services have been under the direction of Complete Family Medicine. As a subsidiary of Hannibal Regional Healthcare System, this non-profit agency has the capacity to provide additional resources to students, including expanded hours, increased access to a physician and access to off-site providers when needed.
  • Ofstad Reading Series to Feature Visiting Poet

    The Ofstad Reading Series will host poet and editor Maria Miranda Maloney for a reading of her work at 7 p.m. Sept. 16 in the Baldwin Hall Little Theatre and via Zoom.
  • Workshops for New Blackboard Tool Now Available for Faculty

    The new Blackboard tool, Ally, will be officially activated in all spring 2022 courses on the first day of winter interim but it is available now for faculty to enable on a volunteer basis. So far, 19 instructors have been trained and 58 courses have been enabled with Ally.