The TruMACC Transition Program is a joint admission effort between Moberly Area Community College and Truman State University.
Students are co-enrolled at both MACC and Truman, allowing them to enjoy the 4-year university experience while taking advantage of the affordability and diverse levels of academic preparation found at a 2-year institution. TruMACC is a highly collaborative program with academic advisors, faculty and staff at MACC and Truman working together to facilitate student success.
Students may enter the TruMACC Transition Program from a variety of avenues:
- Fully admitted to Truman but prefer to initially attend a community college
- Admitted to Truman contingent upon successful completion of the TruMACC program
- Admitted to or attending MACC and referred to the TruMACC program by an MACC advisor.
TruMACC students are enrolled full-time between both institutions (9-12 credit hours at MACC and 3-6 credit hours at Truman State University). Minimum progress requirements include a cumulative combined 2.75 grade point average with no grade lower than a C. Although formal application for transfer admission to Truman can occur after completion of 12 credit hours, earning the Associate of Arts degree or 60 credit hours with a 2.75 qualifies the TruMACC student for automatic admission to Truman. Students who do not meet TruMACC requirements are subject to the institutional requirements of the two institutions. TruMACC students are assessed the appropriate tuition, housing, and required fees at the respective institution.
TruMACC students must apply as a degree-seeking student at either Truman or MACC. The Truman application for admission and TruMACC supplement must be completed to enter the TruMACC Transition Program via Truman State University. Students fully admitted to Truman may opt into the TruMACC program or some students may be admitted to Truman contingent upon completion of the TruMACC program.
Students who meet the following GPA and ACT/SAT score guidelines will be given the strongest consideration for admission to the TruMACC program. If a student who is interested in the program calls below these guidelines, they may receive consideration by submitting the counselor/teacher report form to provide insights into characteristics that might indicate potential for success beyond GPA and standardized test scores. In all cases, transcripts will be carefully reviewed and the number of C’s, D’s and F’s in core academic courses will weigh heavily in the decision about program admission.
|Cumulative HS GPA||Minimum ACT|
|2.75 - 2.99||22|
|3.00 - 3.24||20|
|3.25 or higher||18|
TruMACC students are required to participate in Truman’s Summer Orientation Program (attending the August orientation session, which includes TruMACC-specific programming) and Truman Week activities in order to acclimate to the Truman campus experience.
TruMACC students are strongly encouraged to attend the half-day MACC Greyhound Orientation, which will help familiarize students with many aspects of MACC. Dates are to be determined.
Academic advising for Truman courses is provided by an advisor from the Truman Center for Academic Excellence (CAE) in coordination with the MACC Advisor.
Academic advising for TruMACC students is provided by designated MACC Advisor, in coordination with Truman advisors.
Center for Academic Excellence (CAE) and departmental tutoring, the Writing Center, and Pickler Library services are available to all students.
In-person, virtual, and online tutoring is available for all students. The LARC offers Library and Academic Resource Center services at the Kirksville location.
The consortium agreement formed by MACC and Truman allows eligible students to receive financial aid based on their combined enrollment at both schools. Financial aid is coordinated through MACC. Students eligible for the Access Missouri Grant ($12,000 or less EFC) will be awarded a $2,500 University Housing Grant to apply toward residence hall room costs.
All financial aid for eligible TruMACC students is disbursed by Moberly Area Community College Financial Aid Office. A+ eligible students are required to take at least 12 credit hours between both institutions.
Truman’s Business Office is located in McClain Hall, Room 105. The following offices are included in the Business Office:
- Student Accounts (billing and loans)
- Cashiers (in-person payments)
- Payroll (student and employee)
- Accounts Payable & Purchasing
Business Office services at the MACC Kirksville location include student accounts, cashiers, scholarship information, refund information, and loan information. Information about MACC’s Business Office can be found here: www.macc.edu/business-office-home.
The Multicultural Affairs Center (MAC) is located in the Adair Building and the Center for International Students is in Baldwin Hall 129. These offices provide a support system for underrepresented and international students. mac.truman.edu.
The Multicultural Club is open to both international and American students. Designated international advisors are housed on the Moberly and Columbia campuses and can provide specialized advising and support for international students attending MACC’s Kirksville location.
- TruMACC students benefit by living in Truman’s residence halls. The housing application and $150 deposit ($125 refundable prior to May 1) must be submitted to receive a housing assignment.
- Truman meal plans offer students a variety of options and conveniences at three dining halls and the Student Union Building.
MACC does not provide residential housing at its Kirksville location. Staff will work with TruMACC students to provide Truman residence hall information.
Parking Services is a part of the Department of Public Safety and is located in the General Services Building (corner of Franklin and Patterson Streets), Room 100. More information on Parking Services can be found at police.truman.edu/parking-services.
A parking permit is not required at MACC’s Kirksville location.
Truman’s Student Health Center is located in the McKinney Center. It has eight staff members to assist students with health issues. More information can be found at studenthealth.truman.edu/health-services.
Health Center services are not provided through MACC.
University Counseling Services is located in the McKinney Center and is available to all students. More information can be found at ucs.truman.edu.
MACC’s Student Assistance Program is available to all students. Information regarding this program is available at www.macc.edu/student-assistance-program.
Truman’s Student Recreation Center is located on Franklin Street and offers a wide variety of activities and services for students. More information can be found at recreation.truman.edu.
The MACC Activity Center is located on the Moberly Campus. Students at all MACC locations are welcome to use the athletic facilities as well as attend the variety of events held at the center.
TruMACC students enjoy the experiences offered on the Truman campus including residence hall living, athletic events and the many student clubs and organizations.
Students may participate in a variety of organizations and activities. Information about MACC student organizations can be found here: www.macc.edu/about-macc/student-organizations.
TruMACC students are subject to the Truman Student Conduct Code. Information on the Student Conduct Code, Student Handbook, student rights, as well as other student information can be found at www.truman.edu/conduct.
TruMACC students are subject tot he MACC Student Code of Conduct. Policies regarding student behavior are outlined in the Student Handbook (Redbook) online at www.macc.edu/student-handbooks.
TruMACC students may seek employment off-campus.
Limited work-study positions may be available at the MACC Kirksville site.