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At Truman, we believe in providing you with a high-quality liberal arts and sciences education that is also affordable. Truman State University offers a flat tuition fee for full-time students who take 12-17 credit hours per semester. Tuition also includes your Student Recreation Center and Student Union Fees.
Part-time students are assessed tuition on a per credit hour basis at $295.66 in-state and $540.33 out-of-state. Students pursuing graduate degrees full-time at Truman are assessed annual graduate tuition of $8,120 in-state and $13,924 out-of-state.
For more details about costs to attend Truman, check out the Tuition & Cost page.
We understand that you have worked hard to get where you are today. We want to reward you for your efforts. Whether you will be a first-time college student or you are a seasoned Truman upperclassman, scholarships provide assistance in the pursuit of your college degree. Many scholarship opportunities are granted by Truman, but make sure to review the “Other Scholarships” link as well.
Grants, like scholarships, do not have to be repaid and are based on information you provide in your FAFSA. Grant programs include the Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant, Access Missouri Grant, Pell Grant, Truman Access Grant, and TEACH Grant.
Unlike grants and scholarships, loans do need to be repaid upon graduation. Eligibility for loans is based on other aid you may be receiving in the form of scholarships and grants as well as information provided on your FAFSA.
Need to apply for Federal or State aid? Our Office of Financial Aid has a great page on how to Apply for Aid.
Another way you can help fund your education is through the various employment opportunities we offer. Students at Truman participate in, among other things, federal work-study and campus employment.
"I chose Truman because of the affordability and its academic reputation. I looked at other schools, both public and private, and discovered that Truman is on par academically with so many universities but for a fraction of the cost. I knew that I wanted a stellar education but didn’t want to graduate with thousands of dollars in debt, so Truman fit that mold perfectly."
– John Riti ’14, English major, Communication & Film Studies minor