Whether your student joins one of Truman’s nearly 250 clubs and organizations, attends campus programming events from the Student Activities Board or the Kohlenberg Lyceum Series, gets involved in Residence Life, works out at the Student Recreation Center, or participates in one of the varsity, club, or intramural sports, they will always have something to do on campus.
And of course you are welcome on campus, too! You and your student can have a fun weekend together during Family Day or Homecoming when there are many fun events scheduled for you! Stay updated on all the events and activities available to your student at Truman – or find some you want to attend – by checking out the University Calendar!Clubs and Organizations Student Activities Board Student Recreation Center Residence Life
Your student will have many resources available to them so that they feel at home during their time at Truman.
Health and Safety
University Counseling Services and the Student Health Center can provide your student with mental healthcare and general medical care, while the Department of Public Safety is available around the clock to provide both emergency and non-emergency assistance to your student should they ever need it.University Counseling Student Health CenterDepartment of Public Safety
Your student will also have access to the Center for Academic Excellence, which provides a multi-faceted academic support program and also houses your student’s Academic Advisor. Additionally, there are many specialty offices that can assist your student with various needs, including the Career Center, Information Technology Services, Center for Diversity and Inclusion, and Office of Student Access and Disability Services.Center for Academic Excellence Career CenterInformation Technology Services Center for Diversity and Inclusion Access & Disability
The Office of Financial Aid is the perfect resource for you or your student if you have questions about federal, state, or local loans, loan applications, need-analysis packets, grants, or work study options. You are encouraged to complete and file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) so that your student can be considered for need-based financial assistance.
You will also have a variety of payment plan options for your convenience. Please feel free to contact the Business Office if you have questions about billing and payments to your student’s account.Scholarships Office of Financial Aid FAFSA Payment Plans Billing Student Accounts
- Academic Advising: 660-785-7403
- Academic Affairs: 660-785-4105
- Admissions: 660-785-4114
- Business Office: 660-785-4149
- Disability Services: 660-785-4478
- Financial Aid: 660-785-4130
- Public Relations: 660-785-4016
- Public Safety: 660-785-4176
- Residence Life: 660-785-4227
- Student Affairs: 660-785-4111
- Student Health Center: 660-785-4182
- Technology Help: 660-785-4544
- Truman Bookstore: 660-785-4212