Welcome to the Truman State University
Making a TruImpact
Truman State University’s students, faculty, and staff all strive to follow the three pillars set forth by the sustainability movement. By creating an ecologically sound, socially just, and economically viable campus and community, we encourage lasting ideals of sustainability to meet the needs of the present while also securing prosperity in the future.
We are taking steps to make our campus more energy efficient, which will lead to economic savings for the university and tremendous benefits for the environment.
With the help of Energy Solutions Professionals of Overland Park, Kan., Truman is making a wide variety of improvements in 25 campus buildings, all in an effort to reduce the University’s annual energy expenditures as well as its carbon footprint. Click here to see more details about the Guaranteed Energy Savings Project.
Sustaining Sustainability at Truman
With the repurposing of the Dr. Arnold Zuckerman lectureship, President’s Sustainability Action Committee member Judi Schweitzer has created the Dr. Arnold Zuckerman Digital History in Truman Sustainability Internship, whose purpose is to digitize Truman sustainability efforts and maintain this website. Anyone interested in applying for this internship can click here.