• Mask Policy Remains in Place, Will be Reviewed Nov. 5

    After considering a variety of factors, including recent campus surveys, the number of active cases in Adair County, the advice of public health professionals and CDC guidance, Truman will continue the current mask policy and will review and reevaluate the policy by Nov. 5.
  • Incentive Programs for Student Groups and Employees Encourage Vaccinations

    In an effort to increase vaccination rates, the University is implementing two incentive programs – one for student groups and another for employees. Student clubs/organizations, athletic teams and residence halls are eligible to receive a cash award for their group if 85% of the registered members have verified being vaccinated with the University. For employees, the incentive program includes the possibility of an additional two paid days off.
  • Family Day Set for Oct. 2

    Family Day welcomes parents, siblings and other family members to campus for a weekend of special activities ranging from Bulldog sporting events to theatre productions, as well as the annual Red Barn Arts and Crafts Festival.
  • Labyrinth Added to Former Fair Apartments Lot

    A recent project has brought a new purpose to the former Fair Apartments lot. Student Government submitted a proposal in March 2019 that included a plan to develop and implement a rock labyrinth.