Alumni & Donors
Homecoming 2015 is fast approaching and we hope you will join us for a weekend full of activities! There are lots of reasons to visit campus. Plan your visit and meet up with old and new friends at the Bulldog Forever Tailgate! (Mark your calendars now for Homecoming 2016, October 22.)
Attend upcoming events to make new connections and join a regional alumni chapter to receive exclusive benefits. Broaden your horizons through our Group Travel Program (remember to take Flat Spike along) and stock up on Truman gear so you're ready for Truman's National Spirit Days. Shop at the University Bookstore and visit our Alumni Store to purchase tickets for alumni events, alumni chapter memberships and more.
Giving to Truman
Your support helps Truman remain competitive in attracting curious and intellectual students and recruiting outstanding faculty. And if you are looking for a way to leave a legacy at Truman or honor a special person, several naming opportunities are available.
Attend Bulldog sporting events, plays, concerts, and art exhibits. Or just stop for a visit when you're in the area. Use the Kirksville Visitors Guide to find lodging and dining options. Or visit our Maps & Directions section to find transportation information to help plan your visit.
Transcripts and Diplomas
Applying for a job or heading back to school? Order transcripts online. Lose your diploma or need a new one? Order a replacement diploma. The Registrar's Office can help you with any other requests related to your academic record.
22 September 2015 | 2:21 pm
The next Truman State University National Spirit Day is Friday, Oct. 2, 2015, so get ready to garb yourself, your family, friends and pets in purple or University attire and spread the Truman Spirit! Submit photos for a chance to win Truman swag. Visit the Spirit Day website for details on how to submit your Spirit […]
16 September 2015 | 9:34 pm
Mary Nay and Wayne Blackman of US Bank were on the Truman State University campus recently to present Vice President for University Advancement Mark Gambaiana with a contribution to the Truman Fund for Excellence. Through outright grants and matching gifts from employees, US Bank has contributed more than $46,000 to Truman State University over the years.