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Office of Admission Opens Applications for Fall 2021
Students who want to enroll at Truman starting in Fall 2021 can now apply online. Incoming freshmen are encouraged to review the University’s TruMerit Scholarship – determined by a combination of ACT/SAT score and GPA – to see if they are eligible for automatic admission which would then require only an undergraduate application, transcript and verified test score required.
Appellate Court Judge to Give Commencement Address
Judge Duane Benton will give the commencement address during Truman’s virtual graduation ceremony at 11 a.m. Aug. 1. Benton is a judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit, which hears appeals from the federal courts in seven Midwestern states and is subject to review only by the U.S. Supreme Court.
Statement of Commitment to Racial Equity and Institutional Change
To examine structural and systemic racism, Truman conducted a town hall on racial injustice and inequity to provide an opportunity to gain a shared understanding of what must be done to accomplish institutional change. When asked what Truman should do immediately, members of the panel advocated for the importance of making a public statement.
Class of ‘21