Academic Opportunities

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Academic Support Services

Through personalized advising, career services, tutoring, disability services, a writing center, and more, Truman's academic support services are here to help.

Experiential Learning Opportunities

Elevate your learning experience and connect what you learn in the classroom to experiences outside the classroom.

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Internships boost your professional growth by putting your learning into practice in real-world settings and increasing your marketability to potential employers.

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Regardless of your field of study, you can broaden your skillset through research and creative scholarly work. Funding opportunities may also be available for research on campus, in the community, or abroad.

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Service Learning
Whether assisting a local agency or volunteering directly, you can be an engaged citizen through service activities integrated into your academic experience.

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Study Abroad
Truman students can study abroad, with some programs requiring minimal language proficiency and others offering opportunities to improve language skills.

More Academic Opportunities at Truman

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Summer Programs
Jump ahead in your studies by enrolling in Truman’s summer sessions, which include online classes and convenient scheduling so you can still have study-free time during the summer months.

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Honors Scholar Program
Highly motivated undergraduate students can earn the Honor Scholar designation by completing more challenging courses. Honor Scholars receive a distinguished medallion and special recognition on their diplomas and transcripts.

Peace Corps Prep Program

Peace Corps Prep Program
No matter what area of study you pursue at Truman, you can enroll in our Peace Corps Prep Program which offers coursework and field experiences relevant to international service.

McNair Program
McNair Program
This program supports first-generation students with financial need and underrepresented groups by offering mentoring, tutoring, and other resources to help them complete their undergraduate degree and pursue doctoral studies.