Nearly 90% of courses taught at Truman have an enrollment of fewer than 40 students.
Over 1,200 undergraduate students participate annually in undergraduate research at Truman.
Truman's student body consists of approximately 5,800 undergraduate students and 300 graduate students.
Truman students receive specialized attention with a 16:1 student-to-faculty ratio.
Truman is home to highly qualified and experienced faculty with nearly 100% teaching undergraduate courses.
Truman offers internship opportunities through the Washington Center. Placement sites include non-profit groups, media organizations, Congress, museums, and much more.
Truman offers the unique opportunity to intern with a Missouri legislator, public official, or state agency.
Truman students can complete internships at the Harry S Truman Presidential Museum and Library in archives, public relations, marketing, educational programming, visitor services, and more.
Applying for admission to Truman is FREE.
Truman is one of only two Missouri public universities with a Phi Beta Kappa Chapter, the nation's oldest and most prestigious academic honor society.
Truman sponsors 20 varsity athletic teams
and numerous intramural and club sports.
Truman is the home of the Bulldogs.
There are approximately 250 student organizations active at Truman.
The application for admission also serves as the application for Truman's generous merit-based scholarship program.
Truman ranks among the top 25 master's level institutions in the nation for percent of students studying abroad.
Truman is Missouri's only highly selective public university.
Truman was founded in 1867.
Truman is a National Merit Program Scholarship Sponsor.
The Truman Campus is completely wireless.
Approximately 20% percent of Truman students from Missouri were awarded the State of Missouri's Bright Flight Scholarship.
Truman's newest undergraduate degree program is a BFA in Creative Writing.
Truman is placed in the top 25 on the "Top Peace Corps Volunteer Producing Colleges and Universities" among medium-size schools.
In 2011, Truman had a 97% acceptance rate to law school.
Of the Truman graduates who were accepted to at least one law school in the last 2 years, over a quarter were accepted by at least one school in U.S. News & World Report's top 25.
Truman is one of only 175 institutions accredited in both business and accounting by AACSB International.
100% of Truman's education graduates meet the state exit standards.
Truman is ranked 20th in the nation for the preparation of American Chemical Society-certified Bachelor of Science graduates in Chemistry.
Ranked 8th in the nation in CPA Exam passage rate.
Truman's Team A won first place at the ninth annual Missouri MAA Collegiate Mathematics Competition.
Over the past 10 years, Truman's acceptance rate into medical school have averaged nearly 70%.
Harvard, Johns Hopkins, Washington University, Saint Louis University, Creighton, University of Iowa, Medical College of Wisconsin, University of Kansas, Northwestern, Georgetown, Boston University, and the University of Chicago are a few of the many medical schools that Truman students have attended.