President's Office


    September 17, 2021

    After considering a variety of factors, including recent campus surveys, the number of active cases in Adair County, the advice of public health professionals and CDC guidance, Truman will continue the current mask policy and will review and reevaluate the policy by November 5. Masks are required inside all campus buildings, regardless of an individual’s […]

  • Today is the day! Your University is counting on you!

    September 10, 2021

    To have the best data possible to inform the status of the mask mandate (the next decision about the mask mandate will be made by September 17) and future COVID mitigation strategies, it is crucial that everyone (including you!) share their vaccination status.  Having an accurate percentage of our campus that is vaccinated is essential […]

  • Request for Updated Vaccination Status

    September 1, 2021

    As the pandemic and mitigation strategies continue to evolve, it is important that we have the most timely and accurate information possible to inform our decisions, including the mask mandate.  That means we need to update our June data about the percentage of our campus that is vaccinated.  We also ask that you participate in […]

  • August Board of Governors Meeting and Start of Academic Year Events

    August 9, 2021

    Dear Colleagues: The Truman State University Board of Governors met this past weekend under the leadership of Chair K. Brooks Miller, Jr. In addition to the reports held in morning committee meetings – financial, investment, and a report on the upcoming Strategic Planning and Assessment Workshop (SPAW), the Board at their regular meeting received annual […]

  • Mask Policy Update to the Fall Plan

    August 3, 2021

    Truman was able to complete the previous academic year without any COVID-related stoppages because it remained fully informed and flexible in its approach. When the school year ended, conditions surrounding the pandemic showed signs of progress, and many hoped for a fall semester that resembled pre-pandemic times. Unfortunately, the last few months have not continued […]