Truman State University is a Missouri public liberal arts and sciences university. Though it is a public college, Truman State has highly selective admissions standards.
Before you panic, you should know that there is no application fee, and the process is streamlined so that applying for Truman State also automatically submits your application for their scholarship program. In order to receive the greatest consideration for scholarships, students should submit their applications before December.
Admissions at this school are based upon high school performance, specifically GPA, class rank, SAT and ACT scores, special abilities, and an essay. Students with a combined ability score of 140 or above will be the first to be considered. In order to determine your ability score, add your high school class rank percent to you national percentile on the ACT or SAT entrance exam.
Academics include more than 40 areas of study including Russian, Communication Disorders, Computer Science and even Interdisciplinary Studies for students that require more flexibility from their education. Truman State also has approximately 45 minors including International Studies and Environmental Studies.
Students are encouraged to engage in activities outside of the classroom, which is why they offer over 200 groups and college life opportunities in addition to an extensive Greek life.
Quick Facts about Truman State University
Small Town Setting
Large (5,000 to 10,000 Undergrad)
On-Campus Housing Available
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