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The best way to learn about Truman is to visit us, and we do our best to make you feel welcome. You can start your visit by grabbing a cup of coffee or bottle of water while you check out the exhibits in the Ruth W. Towne Museum and Visitors Center, which is also home to Truman's Office of Admission!
Personal VisitsPersonal Visit Request Form
During a weekday personal visit, you can meet with an admission counselor to discuss your interests and goals. Our admission counselors will answer your questions about financial aid, major or academic interests, extracurricular activities, and residence life.
Campus tours are guided by our informative student ambassadors and visit the residence halls, academic buildings, and recreational areas. You can even stop by the University Bookstore in the Student Union Building to purchase Truman apparel. Our walking campus tours typically last an hour and a half.
When scheduling your visit, you can request to meet with a professor. At Truman, our professors are recognized for their dedication to teaching and they help you reach your potential as research mentors, academic advisers, and career counselors. If you request a classroom visit, you will see how you can fit in as a student at Truman by engaging in lively discussions. Plus, Truman has a number of student service offices that you can visit while on campus. Want to learn more about our Career Center's mission? Are you interested in Study Abroad opportunities? You can even request a meeting with representatives from many student organizations. Can't decide on just one meeting? We will happily make multiple appointments for you!
If you would like to schedule a visiting during Open Saturdays, please contact the Campus Visit Coordinator at 660-785-4135 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Each visit will include a meeting with a knowledgeable admissions counselor and a walking tour of our vibrant campus. Opens Saturdays are separate from the Showcase Visit events and the availability of special appointments may be limited.
Saturday Showcase Visit Events
Saturday Showcase Visit RSVP Form
Our Saturday Showcase Visit events are designed to provide as much information about Truman as possible in a one-day visit. Showcases are a great way for you to tour campus, meet future and current students, talk with faculty, and attend a presentation on financial aid or study abroad opportunities. You will definitely get the most out of your weekend!
You may attend any of our Saturday Showcase Visit events held throughout the year and students of any age are welcome. The tentative Showcase Visit schedule will give you an idea of how much information about Truman you will discover during a Showcase Visit event!
Following are the upcoming dates for Showcase Visit Events. RSVP for any date that fits your schedule!
- September 26, 2015
- November 7, 2015
- January 23, 2016
- March 19, 2016
- April 23, 2016
Group Visit Request Form
Trying to plan a visit for a group of 12 or more? Truman offers a number activities that can be customized to fit your group's needs when you visit Truman. Whether you want a tour of campus, academic presentations, or a behind-the-scene visit to one of the various campus facilities, the Office of Admissions will be happy to assist you.
Please be sure to complete the Group Visit Request Form at least two weeks prior to your visit date. After you submit the Group Visit Request Form, our Campus Visit Coordinator will contact you to discuss the details of your request. Questions regarding the possibilities during your visit can be directed to our Campus Visit Coordinator at 660-785-4135.
Contact the Campus Visit Coordinator
The Office of Admission is available most weekdays, Monday through Friday from 9:00 am - 3:00 pm for visits and tours. Do you have questions about your visit options? Give our Campus Visit Coordinator a call at 660-785-4135 or email at email@example.com.
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– Caroline Hamera, Communication Major/Spanish Minor