We make it easy for Truman alumni to stay connected with their alma mater with regular events on campus and around the country.
Special events for alumni and friends range from sports outings, to philanthropic activities, to receptions held around the country. Check out our Calendar of Events to find upcoming events near you. Are you an alumni chapter or alumni club leader planning an alumni event? Use our Submit Event Form to send us the details.
One of the best times to visit campus is in the fall to celebrate one of the University's oldest traditions—Homecoming. Plan to reunite with friends for a chance to share your favorite college memories, see what campus looks like these days, and look for familiar faces around town.
The Truman Alumni Association is proud to offer its Annual Alumni Group Travel Program so alumni, friends and all other members of the Truman family can explore the world together. Feeling adventurous? Check out TruAdventure, a Truman travel program that takes you off the beaten path.
If you're looking for an excuse to show your Bulldog pride, you can join in on Truman National Spirit Days no matter where you live. Each year, Truman State University National Spirits Days are celebrated on the first Friday in April and October.
Sponsored by the Alumni Association and local alumni chapters, student send-offs are our way of welcoming new students to the Bulldog community. These events take place during the summer, a few weeks before students head to campus for the school year. Whether you're a new student, current student, alumni or family member, you're invited!
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For more information on any alumni event, please contact us at email@example.com or 800-452-6678.
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