• New Nursing Lab Increases Department Resources

    Nursing students now have additional resources on campus following a lab renovation in the Pershing Building. Last year, Truman received more than $500,000 through the Governor’s Emergency Education Relief (GEER) fund to support and expand the nursing program. A project of Missouri’s Department of Higher Education and Workforce Development, GEER funds are designed to provide educational opportunities for students, drive progress toward economic recovery from the pandemic and meet specific workforce needs.
  • Truman McNair Program Receives Largest Grant Award in Missouri

    Truman recently received a five-year award of more than $1.5 million in support of the University’s McNair Scholars Program to help college students prepare for postgraduate studies.
  • Truman Scores Top Ten Ranking from National Publication

    Washington Monthly included Truman as one of the top master’s institutions in the nation, placing the school at No. 7 in its 2022 college rankings.
  • New Art Exhibition Features the Work of Truman Faculty

    This year’s faculty exhibition will feature work by printmakers Laura Bigger and Nick Phan, painter Lindsey Dunnagan, ceramicist Amy Smith and sculptor Danielle Yakle.
  • Fraternity Celebrates 100 Years on Campus

    Truman’s chapter of Sigma Tau Gamma marked its 100th anniversary with a weekend of festivities, Aug. 26-27. More than 100 alumni returned to Kirksville in celebration of the historic event, participating in a chapter golf outing and a luncheon at the organization’s house on Davis Street.