Parents and families are an integral part of a student’s educational journey. As a member of the Truman family, you can watch your student blend academic pursuit and human connection into the kind of action that makes a difference in a profession, in their communities, in business, and in service.
The quickest, easiest way for you to receive information about your student’s grades or other student information is to ask your student to provide it to you. To learn more about FERPA, see FERPA Information for Parents.
Truman’s freshman-to-sophomore retention rate is 86.4%, the highest among all public Missouri schools.
Truman graduates’ placement rate into employment or graduate/professional school is 89.3%, with an extremely high response rate.
Check out some of our notable alumni to see how Truman graduates are making a difference in the world.
- Sign in to TruView.
- Click on “Truman” tab.
- Go to “Update and View My Personal Information” in lower right screen.
- Click on “Update Emergency Text Messaging Information.”
- Enter or update the information; a maximum of three phones can be registered to receive texts.
- Click on “Save” or “Submit Changes.”
Health and Wellness
Any deductibles, co-pays, co-insurance, or charges not covered by insurance will be placed on the student’s University Account after the claims has been completely processed by insurance.
All assessment appointment at UCS are free and then each session is $10. A counselor will discuss the fee with each student during the initial appointment. Students should alert counselors if they are concerned about the cost of services or confidentiality concerns related to billing. Special arrangements to accommodate these concerns are available.
Costs, Scholarships & Financial Aid
There are additional foundation scholarships available to currently enrolled students, financed by the contributions of alumni, friends, parents, faculty, staff, campus organizations, foundations and corporations who believe in Truman’s important mission. Students can apply for the majority of these scholarships in February.
Beyond Truman’s assistance to students, there are also many needs-based financial aid opportunities through grants and loans. You must apply for Federal and State Aid annually in order to receive any grant or loan funds, by filing the FAFSA.
- Go to TruView and log-in.
- Click the “Student” tab at the top of the page.
- In “Student Finances section”, click on “Student Account Suite.”
- Click on the tab for Authorized Users at the top.
- Follow the instructions to enter e-mail addresses for parent(s)/others who need access to on-line bills for the student.
Authorized Users are sent an e-mail notification of passwords and log-ins. They are also notified by e-mail when a new bill is posted or when they make a payment through the website.
Housing and Dining
Please explore our Residence Life website to learn more about each residence hall, amenities, dining options, and rates.
If problems persist, students will typically start by talking to a Student Advisor or Apartment Manager to try and resolve the issues, but can eventually end in working with the Hall Director to change roommates. Roommate changes can take place after the second week of regular semester classes.
Our Campus Dining Services will work with your student on his/her dietary restrictions to try and accommodate as best we can. Reach out to someone on our team with any special concerns or requests.
If you are visiting during the weekend, you are able to park in any open campus lot.