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We combine the foundational principles of the liberal arts & sciences with dynamic experiential learning to develop multidimensional professionals for the modern world.
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Welcome to a student-first culture and close-knit campus community. This is where you’ll be accepted for who you are and challenged to be the person you want to become.
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Ranked the #1 Public School in the Midwest for 24 Consecutive Years

Truman graduates work for the best companies in the world, attend the best graduate schools and earn nearly $10,000 more than the national average.

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Classrooms to Return to Regular Capacities, Further Details Coming Soon

Starting this fall, all classrooms on campus will operate under their original usage guidelines. Based on a variety of factors, including a decrease in the number of active cases, an increase in vaccination rates, and updated guidance from the CDC, classrooms will return to their usual capacities at the start of the fall semester.

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Virtual Book Club Features Truman Faculty Member

The Alumni Office is kicking off the summer with its second virtual book club reading. “Kiss of the Moonflower” by Truman’s own Joe Benevento, professor of English, will be the featured book.

"Truman is a liberal arts and sciences school that gives you a vast array of skills that prepare you for the future."
Mitchell Heberer

Class of ‘21