Housing for Transfer Students
Our residence halls offers transfer students several options for housing and dining needs that are just a short walk from classes, the library, and the Student Rec Center.
If you prefer more independent living, you may choose to live in the University-owned campus apartments with the added convenience and benefits of still living on campus. If you’re an incoming transfer student this may be the option for you.
Maximize Your Truman Experience by Living on Campus
- Your GPA:
Students who live on campus have a higher GPA and are more likely to retain scholarship money than students who move off campus.
Roll out of bed, throw on some sweatpants, and two minutes later you can be in your seat and on time for class.
Our on-campus housing has a no-cost fix-it service to make sure everything is working correctly.
On-campus residents have access, through the University’s Department of Public Safety, to 24-hour emergency services. Plus the residence hall buildings have extra security measures at night.
If you are struggling with roommate or personal troubles, our Residence Life Office has staff available 24/7 to help you through tough patches.
You can also explore a variety of off-campus housing options available in the Kirksville community.