Student Affairs: Departments

The mission of the Career Center is to prepare Truman students for a career path of their choice. The Career Center offers comprehensive internships, graduate/professional school advice and resources for students.  They bring in alumni and employers to attend their bi-annually held career fair.
Phone: 660-785-4353
Email: careers@truman.edu
The mission of the Center for Student Involvement (CSI) is to provide students with valuable out of classroom experiences that enhance their academics and provide real world opportunities for them to develop transferable leadership, personal and collaborative skills.
Phone: 660-785-4222
Email: csi@truman.edu
The mission of Sodexo Food Services is to improve the quality of daily life for all the people we serve.  As a leading provider of outsourced food and facilities management services throughout North America, we’re committed to providing complementary food service across Truman dining halls.
Phone: 660-785-4197
Email: trumanfoodservice.usa@sodexo.com
Greek Life strives to govern our administration by the principles of respect, integrity, compassion and efficiency. We remember that what is most important to us as Greeks are our values: scholarship, leadership, integrity and commitment.
Phone: 660-785-4222
Email: greeklife@truman.edu
The Truman identification card is the ID card for every student, faculty, and staff member at Truman State University. It offers a convenient, easy, and safe way to make purchases and utilize campus services. The Truman ID Office is located on the first floor of Missouri Hall.
Phone: 660-785-4123
Email: idoffice@truman.edu
The mission of the Multicultural Affairs Center (MAC) is to provide a support system for underrepresented students by creating a campus environment that nurtures Latino, African American, Native American and Asian American students, academically, socially and personally.
Phone: 660-785-4142
Email: pmoore@truman.edu
The Office of Citizenship and Community Standards (OCCS) strives to resolve allegations of misconduct under the Student Conduct Code in a manner consistent with its core values of fairness, honesty, and integrity.
Phone: 660-785-4111
Email: occs@truman.edu
Residence Life fosters the development of respect, responsibility, and accountability in our students. Within safe, comfortable, and intellectually engaging living communities, we nurture students to become productive citizens, life-long scholars and leaders among their peers.
Phone: 660-785-4227
Email: reslife@truman.edu
The goal of the Serve Center is to match volunteer interests with appropriate agencies in the community. Such is one of the ways we give back to the Kirksville community.
Phone: 660-785-7222
Email: serve@truman.edu
The mission of the Student Health Center is to enhance the ability of students to succeed academically by providing compassionate, accessible, affordable and high-quality health care services.
Phone: 660-785-4182
Email: bhiggins@truman.edu
The mission of the Campus Recreation Center is to provide contemporary facilities, quality services and diverse sports programs that support the personal, social and physical development of students, faculty and staff.
Phone: 660-785-4847
Email: suelimes@truman.edu
The Student Union exists to serve Truman State University in many different capacities. Since 1967 the Student Union has served as a focal point for programs, meetings, dining, and relaxation for students, faculty, staff, administrators, the Kirksville community, and guests.
Phone: 660-785-4186
University Counseling Services (UCS) at Truman State University is part of the Student Affairs program and offers supportive services to students, faculty and staff of the University. The UCS staff is a team of mental health professionals dedicated to the enhancement of the worth, dignity, potential and uniqueness of each individual.
Phone: 660-785-4014
Email: ucs@truman.edu
The mission of the Women’s Resource Center (WRC) is to promote awareness and understanding of women’s and gender issues at Truman State University, and in the surrounding community. Congruent with the University’s liberal arts mission, the WRC works to broaden the minds and better the lives of students, faculty, and staff, by providing services that meet the relevant and changing needs of the community.
Phone: 660-785-7224
Email: wrc@truman.edu
Baillie

I instantly had a connection with people who could provide great advice on things from sites to see and where to eat, to what neighborhood to live in, and where to buy my CTA pass. It’s a very supportive network of individuals that helped me break into a new city and establish my life after graduation.

Baillie Cloyd ('09), Chicago Alumni Chapter