Organization Description: Academic Competition Organization, often known as Quiz Bowl in high school is an organization dedicated to playing trivia. Our team travels to tournaments throughout the Midwest and has placed at various tournaments.
Organization Description: Alpha Kappa Psi is the oldest and largest professional Co-Ed business fraternity. We work together to build principled business leaders, along with enhancing necessary skills for a successful career.
Organization Description: The only national Criminal Justice Honor Society for Criminal Justice majors and minors with the purpose of recognizing academic excellence, and giving back to the community through service projects and informational events.
Organization Description: A national, social sorority that strives to provide the best all-around development intellectually, physically, socially, and spiritually. They promote high ideals and standards for its members since 1914.
Organization Description: The American Marketing Association is a world-wide organization that assists in the professional development of our members to better prepare them for the world of business through various speakers and hands-on projects
Organization Description: The Anime Club of Truman provides an opportunity for the viewing of Japanese Anime and strives to provide an environment for the discussion of Anime, Manga, and Japanese culture.
Organization Description: An honorary and professional organization for students of accountancy and finance. The primary objective of the organization is to encourage and give recognition to scholastic and professional excellence in the business information field. We provide opportunities for self-development and association among members and practicing professionals.
Organization Description: The Bulldog Student Investment Fund is a student organization that works with the School of Business to educate Truman student members about investments through hands-on experience using real money to trade stocks and bonds.
Organization Description: Cardinal Key is an organization for students of at least junior status who are leaders in the college community and who are deemed potential leaders in the future. The society aims to honor these, inspire leadership in others and utilize leadership skills in service of school, community, and country. The women of Cardinal Key are dedicated to upholding the four Cardinal virtues of Faith, Trust, Fortitude, and Wisdom.
Organization Description: Club Tennis provides a way to fit tennis into students' weekly schedule and a way for fellow tennis players to meet. Our organization highly encourages both competitive and leisurely play.
Organization Description: A place of academic growth that allows members to connect with other people in the major, promote social awareness and provide a support group and source of information for students.
Organization Description: Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. is a nonprofit organization that seeks to implement programs for the greater good of the community. These programs and acts of service are depicted through our sorority's national five programmatic thrust: economic development, educational development, international awareness and involvement, physical and mental health and political awareness and involvement.
Organization Description: To unite members in the bonds of sincere and lasting friendship to stimulate on another in the pursuit of knowledge, to promote the moral and social culture of its members, and to develop plans for guidance and unity in action.
Organization Description: SIFE is a sustainable student-run organization that builds relationships with businesses, schools, and other community partners in need in order to create long-lasting economic, social, and environmental improvements by assisting and empowering partners through entrepreneurship and service. We emphasize the growth and professional development of our members by encouraging independent creativity and business leadership.
Organization Description: GEO is a social organization that seeks to bring literary-minded events to students of all majors, along with offering opportunities for social and professional development among colleagues.
Organization Description: The Environmental Campus Organization (ECO) is a leader of Environmental activism at Truman State. ECO holds events to increase awareness on campus and lobbies for policy change to improve the environmental consciousness of Truman State. ECO has founded other now-independent organizations such as the Bike Coop and the Communiversity Garden.
Organization Description: The Freethinkers Society of TSU is a student organization formed to 1)provide an open forum for the free exchange of philosophical ideas, 2)create and promote the awareness of a non-theistic student community on campus, and 3)promote tolerance for all systems of belief, particularly non-traditional religious beliefs.
Organization Description: We are a global public health organization; part of a greater network of GlobeMed chapters that partner with NGO's (non governmental) around the world. WE specifically partner with Maison de Naissance, a birthing clinic in Haiti to fundraise for them. We are a student-led non profit organization.
Organization Description: As a campus organization, HALO is dedicated to not only uniting Hispanic students, but also creating a strong coalition wit non-Hispanic students. Members will learn more about different Hispanic cultures, social issues, and improve on their Spanish skills. There are also many service opportunities that HALO extends to its members such as volunteering in the Kirksville and Milan communities as a translator or helping out the Health Action Center with its cultural projects.
Organization Description: International Club aims to bring awareness about international issues on campus, openness to ethnic diversity, as well as provide services to the campus and Kirksville community through international exchange.
Organization Description: KTRM-Kirksville is a student run radio station located in Barnett Hall. It serves to educate Truman students on radio broadcasting while also serving news and entertainment needs of the Truman and Kirksville community.
Organization Description: An organization for both undergraduate students planning to enter the MAE-Math program and for graduate students in the program. Monthly meetings are held at which students learn about program requirements, listen to guest speakers, and plan trips to various math conferences. Many mettings include math games and snacks.
Organization Description: Mock Trial is a competitive organization that utilizes individuals public speaking and problem solving abilities to present a cohesive case at multiple tournaments throughout the midwest.
Organization Description: Namaste Nepal is non-profit, non-political, focused but diversified student organization at Truman. Our organization has always been a medium for interactive cultural exchange among various international students.
Organization Description: An organization for minority students that are business majors. NABA is great for networking, learning how to be professional in the business world, and helping students receive internships and scholarships.
Organization Description: The goal of NCASC is to promote the study, teaching, and application of the principles of communication through educational and social functions that are relevant to the membership of the club. Open to all majors!
Organization Description: NSCS is an honor society which invites high academic achieving freshmen and sophomores to join a dynamic organization devoted to the pillars of scholarship, leadership, service and integrity.
Organization Description: The purpose of Omicron Delta Kappa is to 1)recognize those who have attained a high standard of efficiency in collegiate activities and to inspire others to strive for conspicuous attainments along similar lines; 2) to bring together the most representative students in all phases of collegiate life; 3) to bring together members of the faculty and student body on a basis of mutual interest, understanding, and helpfulness.
Organization Description: Organization committed to promoting the ideals of fellowship, unity, and intellectual advancement among recipients of the General John J. Pershing scholarship and the larger community.
Organization Description: Truman's only service and social sorority! Phi Delta are a group of fun-loving, intelligent and caring university women who have a true desire to serve others through numerous philanthropic and social events.
Organization Description: The Mu Sigma chapter of Phi Kappa Theta is an average sized fraternity and a member of the Big 4. While competing with the larger fraternities, the brothers of Mu Sigma have the luxury of knowing every active on a personal level. We have been on campus since 1968. The chapter house, located at 1804 N. Osteopathy, sits on 4 acres, has a total of 15 bedrooms, sand volleyball court with a crow’s nest, a basketball hoop, 2 fire places, and a chipping green with a tee box and pin. Mu Sigma also has a house for social networking built by Joseph Baldwin. Castle is located directly across from Kum&Go and houses 9 brothers.
Phi Kappa Theta: “Give expecting nothing thereof.” Any other questions check out: http://phikaps.truman.edu
Organization Description: The PSSA is a major/minor associated organization dedicated to providing a safe, fun, and stimulating social atmosphere wherein students of the Political Science program can unite for the purposes of leisure and furthering their intellectual development.
Organization Description: Truman State University's Psi Chi chapter was founded on April 15, 1976. Over the years, our chapter has hosted research conferences, faculty and student gatherings, and guest speakers.
Organization Description: Purple Pride Ambassadors are active, positive members of the Truman Football Family. Members exhibit enthusiasm and appreciation for the players through the fall and spring seasons, arrange team send-offs, attend all home and select away games, conduct fall and spring campus tours for prospective players and assist coaching staff with office duties, fundraising events, and community service activities.
Organization Description: We are a group dedicated to stretching our minds and expanding our creative and analytical skills through the use of cooperative storytelling in the forms of role-playing games, board games, and the like. We are an open club: all can join and we promote inter-organizational cooperation.
Organization Description: Truman's official university dance team. Showgirls dance team is an elite group of 16 girls whose responsibilities include providing spirit, supports and entertainment at home athletic events.
Organization Description: We are a historically African American sorority with the education of our youth and wellness of our communities as our primary focus. Our sorority accomplishes these efforts Nationally and locally by collecting school supplies for students at local schools, helping those students gain and maintain good money management skills through fun activities, and providing pregnancy and parenting information to disadvantaged young parents in need. We co-host a babyshower for one Kirksville mother every school year. This year, our chapters is making an effort to encourage the campus to make better decisions involving their health, including having better eating habits and getting a healthy amount of daily exercise. If you'd like to join us during our daily workouts, or would like some nutrition tips, feel free to email us!
Organization Description: Social sorority sought to create a sisterhood that would encourage a woman's heart, mind, and spirit while equipping her with skills to positively impact her campus and community.
Organization Description: Sig Ep is a social fraternity involved in many aspects of student life at Truman state University. We participate in philanthropy, intramurals, and all other fraternity activities.
Organization Description: Sigma Tau Gamma is the oldest and most historic fraternity on this campus. We continue to survive on our ability to recruit new members based on our 6 principles: Value, Learning, Leadership, Excellence, Benefit, and Integrity.
Organization Description: The Society for Applied Spectroscopy involves students who are interested in spectroscopy and analytical chemistry. We bring in speakers in the subject and provide networking opportunities.
Organization Description: SAB is comprised of 35 members who are selected to work together in order to provide the highest quality of events for all students while actively seeking to satisfy the diverse needs of TSU.
Organization Description: Student run organization dedicated to the betterment of Truman State through service to the student body by representing their interest in the university's ongoing development
Organization Description: SSEC is an organization dedicated to working with individuals who have special needs. We host wheelchair basketball and volunteer at the PACT center in the fall and host the Special Olympics in the spring.
Organization Description: TSUnami Women's Ultimate is Truman's resident club Frisbee team for women! We're open to all female students and go on numerous tournaments throughout the semester-come out and play, you won't regret it!
Organization Description: Windfall is a student produced literary magazine which accepts prose, poetry, and art submissions from the student population of Truman State University. Windfall functions under the auspices of the language and literature division of the University, but involvement is open to all students.