The Greek community at Truman State University dates back to 1914 and now fosters twenty-two Greek organizations on campus. Greek Life at Truman State values scholarship, leadership, integrity, and commitment to being the best versions of ourselves. Truman has a One Greek mentality as we value each other in order to be successful role-models in the community. The Greek community represents 18% of women and 22% of men in undergraduate programs at Truman State University.
Greek Life Mission Statement
To be successful as Greek leaders, we will govern our administration by the principles of respect, integrity, compassion and efficiency. We will remember that what is most important to us as Greeks are our values: scholarship – to achieve our academic potential; leadership – to provide strength and positive direction to those around us; integrity – to hold tenaciously to our Greek legacy even when pressured to do otherwise; and commitment – to dedicate ourselves to be the best for our chapters and for society. We will devote ourselves to achieving a legacy of inspiring positive change in the Greek system at Truman, unifying Greek brothers and sisters regardless of affiliation, accomplishing our goals, and in providing a positive role model for all those with whom we associate. We will strive for personal integrity and lead the Greek system toward connecting with our Greek traditions and achieving our collective potential through committee service.
Location and Hours
The Greek Life Student Staff works out of the Center for Student Involvement Office, which is located in the Student Union Building, on the main level, Room 2000. The office is open Monday through Thursday from 8:00am – 5:30pm, and Friday from 8:00am – 5:00pm.