• Compost Project Partners with Local Schools

    Truman and the Kirksville School District are partnering to reduce food waste and contribute to locally grown produce. Since January, the Truman Compost Project has worked with students at Ray Miller Elementary to collect food scraps from the school.
  • Truman Earns Tree Campus Distinction

    Truman was honored with 2021 Tree Campus Higher Education recognition by the Arbor Day Foundation for its dedication to sustainable urban forest management. The Tree Campus Higher Education program honors colleges and universities for promoting healthy trees and engaging staff and students in conservation goals
  • Planetarium has Something for Everyone

    Most days, junior Tyler Bichsel can usually be found at the University planetarium. While a creative writing major with minors in folklore and film studies might not be the stereotypical student associated with the planetarium, Bichsel thinks it’s a perfect fit.
  • Peer Education Program Deadline Extended

    The Office of Student Life is looking to recruit a diverse group of 12-15 students to participate in the student peer education program. The purpose of this program is for students to be able to present and train fellow students on alcohol and drug education, suicide prevention and overall mental health and wellness.
  • History Students and Professor Present at Missouri Conference

    The group participated in a panel entitled “Public History Point of Entry: Student Reflections on Internships in Museums and Archives.” The papers addressed and reflected upon aspects of internships that the students completed in the summer of 2021.