Why Choose Trulaske?
Here at the Trulaske College of Business, it is our mission to attract exceptional students and prepare them for success as global citizens, business leaders, scholars, innovators and entrepreneurs. We know that no two students are the same, which is why we aim to offer a variety of degree programs, organizations, experiences and opportunities so each student can choose their own path. We offer the support and resources needed to be successful not only in the classroom and in the workplace, but within a student's personal life as well. The possibilities are endless here at Trulaske. We cannot wait for you to make the Trulaske College of Business your home away from home.
The Trulaske College of Business offers a wide range of degree and certificate opportunities that encourage students to pursue a future they are passionate about. Learn more about these different opportunities below.
Learning by Doing
The Missouri Method is the University of Missouri’s approach to education – learning by doing. In the Trulaske College of Business, experiential learning is an important part of our curriculum and is a key contributor to the success of our students.
Trulaske Edge helps students develop professional competencies that are in demand with today’s top employers and helps students excel in competitive work environments. Students who graduate from the Trulaske College of Business enter the workforce with the skills, experience and networking connections to succeed in the professional world. The program combines innovative programming and coursework as part of Trulaske undergraduate degree requirements.
The Trulaske College of Business supports online and in-person professional development programming that provides extraordinary career preparation for business students through a highly integrated set of classroom and experiential opportunities. It is our goal to prepare career-ready graduates with the help of Business Career Services and Trulaske Edge.
At the Trulaske College of Business, it is our goal to ensure that every student has access to an outstanding business education. We offer a variety of resources to provide support to students through mentorship, scholarships, and educational tools and opportunities. Through programs like the Allen Access Program, Heartland Scholars Academy, Vasey Academy and Trulaske Student Emergency Fund, Mizzou business students are equipped with everything they need for success — in the classroom and after graduation.
Applying to college can be very overwhelming, let alone discussing the cost of attending. Fortunately, the Trulaske College of Business offers and accepts a variety of different scholarships to help ease your transition into college. Learn more about the various scholarship opportunities available to you.
Cornell Leadership Program
The Cornell Leadership Program, established in 2006, provides high-performing students with an opportunity to develop leadership skills and business acumen through a carefully designed set of experiences over four years. Students have the opportunity to participate in executive luncheons, delve into current business issues, participate in service opportunities and learn first-hand about global business.
Student organizations offer the opportunity to further pursue your interests or expand your horizons to discover something new. Maximize your college experience and build your professional network while making friendships that will last a lifetime.
Camp Trulaske consists of small group activities meant to showcase Mizzou and the Columbia community. Paired with all the campus welcome events, students will maximize their introduction to Mizzou! Registration deadline for Camp 2023 is July 7, 2023! If you have any immediate questions contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note to Families
From the Office of Mizzou Families: Your student’s health and safety are extremely important to us. You can learn more about Mizzou’s services online:
- The Student Health Center site explains health fee coverage and health insurance coverage.
- The MU Counseling Center offers individual and group counseling, as well as additional services.
- In the case of an emergency, the MU Alert emergency information center will post news and updates.
- The University of Missouri Police Department makes the Campus Safety and Crime Report available online.
- The Office of Institutional Equity investigates reports of sex-based discrimination, including sexual harassment and assault, which may be reported online, by email, in phone or in person.
- The Office of Financial Aid assists students with FAFSA filing, applying for and receiving aid, scholarship opportunities and navigating the bill paying processes.
- To obtain information about parking passes, assignments and general updates, please visit MU Parking and Transportation.