Public university in the Midwest for 18 years running (U.S. News & World Report)
Truman State University
A day at Truman State University is anything but typical. Come take a peek into our lively community of learners, pursuing their passions and preparing for lives that matter in their own unique way.
Organizations & Events
Truman Students don't focus all their time on academics. They lead very active social lives outside the classroom, taking part in different kinds of activities, events, and joining various organizations. Truman has hundreds of professional, cultural, and Greek organizations that students can join and have an active social life. This short video talks about some of these organizations and events that are held throughout the semester at Truman State. Watch and learn more about Truman!
Current International Students
We all enjoy being at Truman and are proud to call ourselves Truman students! This video features current international students studying at Truman. Students share their thoughts about Truman and mention the things that they like the most at Truman.
Cultural Integration Leaders
Check out the latest video on Cultural Integration Leaders!
The International House is a campus organization. If you are interested in meeting other internationals or Americans in a fun, relaxed atmosphere, then come hang out at the IHouse! We work closely with the International Student Affairs Office and the international student body at Truman to assist in practical needs. We and our American volunteers will do our best to help you adjust to and enjoy life in the United States. Come by and get to know us!
Academic Success Mentors
Academic Success Mentor is a group of American and International students who are here to help you succeed with your classes. Mentors are also there to help you to communicate with your professors, give you tips on studying and tests taking.
"I found it very relaxing to get away from the hustle and bustle of a big city and get the chance to enjoy all of the aspects of a smaller town. This town is a wonderful place to enhance your college experience."
– Bethany Williams (’13), Communication major