Student Organization Center
The Student Organization Center is located in Pickler Memorial Library. The center houses seven offices that can be shared by more than one organization. In order to be eligible for membership, organizations must be registered with the Center for Student Involvement. Members are selected annually at the end of the Spring term, by the Student Organization Center Committee and serve a 1-year term.
The Student Organization Center has been implemented to promote diversity, incubate organizations and ideas, disseminate information and to reward organizations that provide service to the University. In order to achieve this vision, our efforts will be governed by the principles of fairness, service, and cooperation as we create a forum to celebrate diversity, support efforts of recruitment and retention, and promote a greater sense of community within Truman State University. The Student Organization Center supports Truman values of creating a diverse community of learners that aspires to do the best for themselves, their families, their society, and their world. By exemplifying self-reflection, inclusiveness, and commitment, our participants will develop skills of leadership, organization, strategic planning, and understanding of self and others. Combining student assets of enthusiasm, idealism, energy, and a fresh point of view, we will achieve a location that facilitates cooperation between organizations and contributes to the appreciation of diversity among the entire university community.