Giving to Truman is not only an investment in the lives of students, but a commitment to the value of a Truman education. To celebrate and honor our donors, our giving clubs are one of the ways the University recognizes our generous supporters.
- Joseph Baldwin Society
Planned gift commitments to Truman (bequests, charitable gift annuities, charitable remainder trusts, life insurance, securities, stock and other planned giving arrangements)
- President’s Circle
Cumulative gifts totaling $25,000 and above
- Pershing Circle
Cumulative gifts totaling $10,000-$24,999
- John R. Kirk Society
Annual gift of $1,000 and above
- Purple and White Club
Annual gift of $250-$499
- Century Club
Annual gift of $100-$249
Named Endowed Funds and Named Annual Funds
Leave your own legacy or make a tribute or memorial gift in honor of someone special with naming opportunities such as scholarships, facilities, academic divisions, lectureships fellowships, and more.
Sesquicentennial Plaza Project
As a part of Truman’s 150th anniversary celebration, you are invited to make your mark on Truman’s campus by joining the efforts to renovate Sesquicentennial Plaza, the Mall that stretches between McClain Hall and the Student Union Building. Bricks can be personalized with a gift of $150, and personalized 8″x8″ pavers are $500. Donors can also name items provided as a part of the Mall renovation, including gardens, benches and the Library Patio.
Magruder Hall Brick Plaza
Looking for an engraved brick or capstone purchased during the Magruder Hall Brick Campaign?
During a past campaign to raise funds for the renovation and expansion of Magruder Hall, the University’s primary science facility, donors purchased bricks and capstones engraved with the message of their choice. If you purchased a brick or capstone during the campaign, you can find its location in the Brick Plaza by visiting the Magruder Hall Brick Plaza website and using the Brick Look-up Tool.