SEE Program Facilities
Dobson Hall, a community-style residence hall on the Truman campus that houses around 375 residents, will be the first Truman home for the SEE Scholars. Amenities in the building include a convenience store, laundry facility, four kitchenettes, study lounges, and a multi-purpose room.
This is an air conditioned facility and is conveniently located near the Multicultural Affairs Center (MAC) as well as Magruder Hall and Violette Hall.
Housed in Baldwin Hall on the Truman campus, the Multicultural Affairs Center (MAC) provides services that work to build a supportive environment in which all students can develop a stronger understanding and appreciation for the multicultural diversity represented at Truman State University while valuing being part of our shared campus community.
The MAC offers academic programs including a Peer Mentor Program and can help to arrange Tutoring. The MAC also provides a wide range of activities and programs that center education around diversity, inclusion, & social justice. Check out the MAC website to learn more!