Truman License Plates
Selecting and Previewing Your License Plate Configuration
Your personalized plates can have one to six characters or one to five characters plus a dash in the configuration. To see if your preferred configuration is available, contact the Missouri Department of Revenue. You can even preview potential configurations on the Missouri Department of Revenue website.
How to Qualify for Truman Personalized Plates
To qualify for a Truman personalized license plate, you must first make a tax-deductible gift of $25* or more to Truman State University.
*NOTE: A minimum contribution of $25 must be made to Truman each year to retain your Truman license plates. If you register your vehicle on a biennial/two-year basis, you will need to make a double donation ($50 or more) to Truman to cover both years of your vehicle registration.Make a Gift Now Ways to Give to Truman
Request an “Emblem Use Authorization Statement” from Truman’s Advancement Office by calling (800) 452-6678 or (660) 785-4133 or email email@example.com. Once your gift has been confirmed, the Office of Advancement will mail you the “Emblem Use Authorization Statement” that will be required when you submit your license plate application at your local License Bureau.
When you renew your license plates at your local License Bureau, you will need:
1. “Emblem Use Authorization Statement” (see Step 2 above).
2. Your regular state license renewal application.
3. The standard state renewal fee plus an additional annual fee of $15 for having your license plate personalized.
Your personalized plates will be ordered by the Department of Revenue, and they will notify you when the plates are available for pick up at your local License Bureau.
For more information contact:
Office of Advancement
McClain Hall 205
100 E. Normal Ave.
Kirksville, Mo. 63501-4221
Telephone: 800-452-6678 or 660-785-4133
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