Distinct By Design

Every aspect of your student journey is deliberately crafted to fulfill your needs, potential, and impact.
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Prove what’s possible with a multidimensional experience designed for you and built for the modern world. Explore your interests, pursue your passions, and prepare for the life you want to live.


We combine the foundational principles of the liberal arts and sciences with dynamic experiential learning to develop multidimensional professionals for the modern world.
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Student Life

Welcome to a student-first culture and close-knit campus community. This is where you’ll be accepted for who you are and challenged to be the person you want to become.
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Our People

Driven Students, Dynamic Faculty, A World of Opportunity

Our Impact

Ranked the #1 Public School in the Midwest for 26 Consecutive Years

Truman graduates work for the best companies in the world, attend the best graduate schools and earn nearly $10,000 more than the national average.

The Truman Difference

What's Happening at Truman

Check out all the great things happening around campus and throughout our community.

Truman students tour the Boeing facility in St. Louis during a field trip

Boeing Grant Provides Scholarships and Career Preparation

A decades-long partnership with The Boeing Company continues to grow as Truman recently received a $75,000 grant from the aerospace giant.

Clock Tower on Truman campus

Faculty Work to be Celebrated on Campus

The fall 2023 Celebration of Faculty Scholarship event will take place from 3-5 p.m. Oct. 27 in Kirk Memorial.

People gathered for ribbon-cutting at Greenwood Interprofessional Autism Center

Greenwood Autism Center Celebrated at Homecoming

Truman incorporated the Greenwood Interprofessional Autism Center into Homecoming festivities with a ribbon-cutting ceremony, Oct. 21.

Rodolfo Nieto and Heather Gilligan

North Star Music Festival Returns Oct. 27-28

This year’s North Star Music Festival will take place Oct. 27-28.

Foggy view of Clock Tower

Lyceum “Films and Finger Foods” to Screen Horror Classic

The fall “Films and Finger Foods” event of the Kohlenberg Lyceum Series will screen the classic Vincent Price horror film “House on Haunted Hill” at 7 p.m. Oct. 28 in the Del and Norma Robison Planetarium.

Jürgen Kuttner

Campus Welcomes German Radio Personality

Truman’s campus will host German radio personality, theater director, actor and author Jürgen Kuttner, from Oct. 23-27 as part of his tour of the Midwest.

"Truman is a liberal arts and sciences school that gives you a vast array of skills that prepare you for the future."
Mitchell Heberer

Class of ‘21