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Amazing things are happening every day throughout our lively learning community on the Truman State University campus — but we couldn’t do it alone. With your help, we prepare informed, engaged, open-minded and socially responsible citizens — the type of students who become leaders committed to making a positive impact on the world. And when you make a gift to Truman, you strengthen the University’s national reputation for offering exceptionally high-quality academics at an affordable price.

Annual gifts help Truman compete for the brightest and best students, recruit and retain well-qualified faculty and staff, expand student research opportunities, provide new technology, and much more. Students’ lives are transformed through gifts that support scholarships. And planned gifts let you maximize your assets to make a larger gift than you might have thought possible. In addition, if you (or your spouse) work for a company that offers a matching gift program, you can increase the impact of your gift.

Your support preserves Truman’s legacy of excellence, opportunity, and affordability. Together, we are preparing a new generation for lives that matter.

Mackenzie learned how to use an otoscope in her audiology class“I want to thank the Holman Family for the Holman Family Study Abroad scholarship that gave me the resources I needed to be a part of this Communication Disorders Mexico experience. Without them I would have fewer aspirations for improving health care outside of the United States. I thank them immensely for broadening my goals and helping me make a ripple in the large ocean of health advocacy for those who are underserved.” —Mackenzie, Communication Disorders & Health Science Dual Major
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Joe Milliano 2 2016

Truman State University prides itself in both its academic reputation as well as its affordable accessibility. These qualities are what drove me to Truman. I knew that I would receive a top-quality liberal arts education without plummeting far into student debt.

Joe M., Mathematics & Physics Double Major