of our freshmen and more than half of our students call the Truman campus their home.
Residence Halls and Campus Apartments
Living on campus in a residence hall or campus apartment gives you a chance to live in a welcoming learning community. Here, late-night study sessions, impromptu gatherings, and group dinners all come together creating an important part of your college experience.
Living Learning Communities within the Residence Halls
One way you can find a niche within a group of students who have similar academic pursuits or similar interests is by living in one of several Living Learning Communities (LLCs), which are designated areas within the residence halls. Some options include:
- Future Teachers Living Learning Community (Dobson Hall)
- Pre-Med Living Learning Community (Blanton-Nason-Brewer Hall)
- Romance Languages Community (Missouri Hall)
- Service Learning Community (Blanton-Nason-Brewer Hall)
- Sustainability Living Learning Community (Blanton-Nason-Brewer Hall)
- Transitions Living Learning Community - focuses on helping students successfully acclimate to life at Truman during their first year on campus (Ryle Hall)
Have Questions About Campus Housing?
Contact the Office of Residence Life which oversees all of the University's on-campus housing.