of Truman seniors plan to pursue a graduate degree
While you may not be on campus, you can make the most of your alumni experience no matter where you live by taking advantage of these resources for Truman alumni.
Keep in touch to make sure you receive invitations to alumni events and news from campus. To help keep our records current, please report all changes in address, marital status, births, deaths and employment status to us. You can notify us of changes online.
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.
Alumni have access to the same Career Center resources as students. Find tips on a variety of topics, as well as access to all of our electronic resources. You can also make an appointment with a full-time staff member to discuss career options, graduate school, and/or how to get involved with campus recruiting.
Want to get in touch with a classmate but don't have a current address? We will be happy to send your message for you.
Purchase your Alumni Chapter Memberships, Guest Passes for the Rec Center, tickets for alumni events including Homecoming activities and more.
The University Bookstore can help you stock up on Truman apparel, memorabilia, and gifts.
Watch your mailbox for the Truman Review alumni magazine or read it online. You can also submit a Class Note about a job promotion, honors and awards, weddings, births and adoptions, and other news so we can share it with your fellow alumni in the Class Notes section of the magazine.
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The Alumni Association provides resources to assist alumni chapter/club leaders and the Truman Alumni Board.
The University' Career Center can help connect you with current Truman students through internship opportunities, the bi-annual Career Week, and the Career and Graduate School Expo.
Although the Echo yearbook is no longer printed, the University often receives old yearbooks. If we have an extra issue you would like to have, you can request a copy and we will send it to you. To see which issues are currently available, check out our inventory. In addition, the Truman Digital Collection includes many issues of the Echo yearbook you can view online.
New students admitted to Truman who have a parent or step-parent who earned a degree from Truman State University will automatically be awarded the Bulldog Legacy Scholarship.
Pickler Memorial Library offers services to Truman alumni ranging from guest Internet access to free electronic books.
Show your Truman pride with personalized Truman plates.
"I love my local alumni chapter. Our group does so many things around the city that I never knew existed. It's a great way to meet people outside your normal social circle and of course, network! It's a low-commitment, fun way to still be involved with the University and get to hear about Truman's happenings."
– Stephanie Hall (’11), Iowa Alumni Chapter Executive Board