Success After Truman
Truman’s focus on educating the whole person through a well-rounded curriculum of the liberal arts and sciences prepares students for great success in any career or graduate program they pursue.
In fact, six months after graduation, 99.7 percent* of the Class of 2013 were either employed or enrolled in graduate school. Truman alumni were working at places such as:
Other recent graduates continued their education at institutions such as:
And that’s not all:
Success That Makes a Difference
In addition to developing the skills and knowledge base to lead successful careers, our students also graduate with a desire to make a difference—whether in their professional fields, communities, or world. It’s why within the past five years, Truman has ranked in the top 25 of medium-size schools in the nation producing the most Peace Corps volunteers. Because of the connections they make as a part of Truman’s learning community, our graduates go on to pursue fulfilling, meaningful lives of influence.
* Survey results were based on information provided by 75 percent of the Class of 2013 who responded to the survey.
"Even in a small department, the personal contact matters. In the fall of my freshman year, I went to a barbecue at a professor’s house, so I met students and professors personally early on. I also joined the Society of Physics Students, where I met older students who gave me good advice about my four-year plan."
– Nathan K., Physics major, Philosophy & Religion minor