Now is the time to apply!
Truman attracts students who excel both inside and outside the classroom. High school performance and standardized test scores are the foundation for admission decisions, yet our individual holistic review process involves consideration of an admission essay, special abilities, talents, and co-curricular involvement. The Admission Committee looks deeper than your GPA and test scores to understand your past accomplishments, your interests and your potential. That holistic review continues when your application is considered for scholarships.
- High school transcripts
- ACT or SAT score
- Essay (1 to 3 pages) – view the essay prompts
- Activities List or Resume – strongly recommended
High School Curriculum
- four units of English
- three units of mathematics (four are strongly recommended)
- three units of social studies or history
- three units of natural science
- one unit of fine arts
- two units of foreign language (same language)
By the end of my time at Truman, I had mastered relationship building which remains helpful years after graduation. By having smaller class sizes, HES students are given the chance to build social networks, which is not always possible in larger learning environments. I still feel comfortable reaching out to my former professors if I need a recommendation or advice, or checking in with former classmates about job opportunities or professional guidance.