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Pursuing a Quality Education at an Affordable Price
We want to help you get the high-quality education Truman is known for along with the full college experience for an affordable price, and the Financial Aid Office is available to help you out however we can.
We process the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) results to determine federal, state, and some University eligibility and answer questions about grants, loans, and work programs. We also provide information about scholarship service and renewal for returning students (the Admission Office helps incoming freshmen and new transfer students with questions regarding eligibility for Truman scholarships).
And if you’re looking for information about private scholarship check processing, funding for study abroad or summer school, budgeting, financial literacy, or loan counseling, the Financial Aid Office has resources to assist you.
Explore financial aid information for:Prospective Student/Incoming Freshman Transfer Student International Student Graduate Student Pursuing Second Degree
A majority of our freshmen received Truman merit scholarships last year
Nearly half of our students graduate with no federal student loan debt
Truman's undergraduate application for admission is free. Apply now for the highest priority consideration for merit scholarships
Truman, the highest rated Missouri public school to be included in the Best College Values ranking conducted by Kiplinger’s Personal Finance, has a generous scholarship program.
Grants and loans are another option for financing your education. There are also loan programs for parents of college students.
Working part-time allows you to contribute to the cost of your education and gain valuable work experience. A variety of jobs with flexible hours are available on campus.
There are several tools you can use to get estimates regarding your eligibility for student aid and the cost of attending Truman.More about estimating aid
Submitting the FAFSA
If you are a U.S. citizen, your first step to applying for scholarships, grants, loans, and work study is to complete the FAFSA which is available Oct. 1. Be sure to list Truman’s school code 002495.More about the FAFSA
Office of Financial Aid
Pursuing a Second Degree
Selection for Verification
Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy
Renew Your Scholarship FAQ
How to Accept/Decline Aid
Financial Aid Forms
Financial Literacy Resources
Student Aid Resources Across the Web
Financial Aid Terms
Lending Code of Conduct