b'BUT WAIT. IS IT ALL BUSINESS, ALL THE TIME?We know that life in college helps a student grow as a scholar, develop a professional identity, explore career possibilities and gain valuable experience to benefit a future career. But it also helps the student grow as a person. At Trulaske, students can participate all that Mizzou has to offer, while making friendships that last a lifetime.STUDY ABROAD Trulaske Abroad creates opportunities for students to increase their awareness of global business and gain cross-cultural competencies while experiencing the world, sometimes for the first time. More than a quarter of Trulaske students study abroad in programs in a variety of locations and with a variety of durations, including spring break in Southeast Asia, a short summer program in Italy and a winter break program in Australia.STUDENT GROUPSStudents at Trulaske get involved early in the academic year through Clubbin Night, an organization fair hosted annually by the Trulaske Student Council. In a fun and festive atmosphere, students can meet their business classmates while learning more about the wide variety of student groups the college has to offer.CAMP TRULASKEUnique on the Mizzou campus, Camp Trulaske is held right before classes begin in the fall, allowing incoming business students to meet their classmates, learn more about life at Trulaske and Mizzou (and in Columbia!), and to ask questions of returning students who serve as camp counselors. Though camp is designed to ensure that incoming students feel at home on their arrival, it also helps students have some fun before classes begin.LEARN MORE:BUSINESS.MISSOURI.EDU/GPO 1919'