Institute for Academic Outreach
Joseph Baldwin Academy (Grades 7-9)
This three-week residential program offers an academically challenging curriculum.
Joseph Baldwin Academy Jr. (Grades 4-6)
This one-week day program is filled with engaging academic opportunities for student from the northeast Missouri region.
ATSU-Truman Healthcare Academy (Grades 9-11)
This week-long residential program introduces students to the methods and skills of a variety of health professions.
Truman Early College
Students can complement high school study with Truman coursework to earn college credit prior to high school graduation. Early College offers online, in-person, competency-based, and dual-credit courses.
Competency-Based Mathematics Program
Eligible students at participating high schools can earn college credit for College Algebra and Plane Trigonometry, as well as Precalculus, at a discounted tuition rate.
Non-Degree Seeking Student
If you are interested in taking courses at Truman without being officially accepted into a degree-granting program, you can apply to Truman as a non-degree-seeking student
Professional Development: Grant Writing Across the Disciplines
Acquire valuable skills in grant writing in a convenient and affordable way with an online course for both undergraduate and graduate students.
Basic Life Support Training
Our Trulifesaver Program offers American Heart Association Basic Life Support courses that train you how to respond to several life-threatening emergencies; provide CPR; use an AED; and relieve choking in a safe, timely, and effective manner.
Explore courses offered over the summer in convenient 10-week, 8-week, or 5-week scheduling.
Many of Truman’s best courses are also available to you online – particularly during our summer and interim sessions. We also have select undergraduate and graduate offerings presented online at many points during the regular academic year.
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The Boeing Company’s Learning Together Program
Boeing employees benefit from preferential pricing on coursework at Truman State University.
What is the Institute for Academic Outreach?
The Institute for Academic Outreach extends the resources of Truman State University by creating meaningful learning opportunities for:
- pre-college students looking to get a head-start on their college education
- adult learners pursuing professional development
- lifelong learners seeking to expand their knowledge
Summer academies provide an opportunity for young scholars to experience college life. Concurrent enrollment programs allow high school students to earn college credit. Professional development programs ensure adults stay relevant in their careers.