In the latest Princeton Review book, “The Best Value Colleges: The 150 Best-Buy Schools and What It Takes to Get In,” Truman State University is recognized as the ninth best value public college in the nation.
“Truman State University in Kirksville, Mo., a newcomer to the top 10 public universities, boasted the lowest tuition for out-of-state students, $12,968.”
— USA Today January 28, 2014
Watch the video below and hear Rob Franek, author of “Princeton Review’s Best Value Colleges” explain why Truman is “one of the gems” and a “smokin’ value.”
Then take a look around to find out why Truman is consistently ranked among the best universities in the country. Whatever your interest, there’s a place for you here.
“We know that cost is one of the driving forces for many families when they are making their college decision. Truman has relatively few equals when it comes to getting a quality education at an affordable price. We understand how important it is for students to get their degrees with as little debt as possible, and we do everything we can to make that happen for them.”
— Truman State University President Troy D. Paino