Campus Housing Options

Full-time undergraduate day school students aged 17 or older may apply to live in the residence halls. Full-time undergraduate day school students aged 17 or older may apply for apartment-style housing if they have been out of high school for one full year prior to move-in. Graduate student housing is not guaranteed, unless a GA position includes free housing. A detailed description of housing options and what-to-bring tips are available at www.drury.edu/housing.

Underclassmen Housing Options

Residence Halls
Smith Hall, Sunderland Hall and Wallace Hall are reserved for full-time, undergraduate day school students. Children and families are not permitted.

Upperclassmen Housing Options

College Park, Jefferson Park West, Midtown Houses, University Suites
These units are reserved for full-time, undergraduate day school students who have been out of high school for at least a year. Children and families are not permitted. Some Midtown houses may be themed and require a special application process. A certain number of 4-bedroom College Park units are set aside for Graduate Assistants to live with other GAs. All locations may be gender inclusive.

Summit Park
Summit Park is reserved for full-time, undergraduate day school students who have been out of high school for at least a year. Additional application required. Children and families are not permitted. Summit Park is gender inclusive.

Fraternity Houses
The fraternity houses are reserved for male, full-time, undergraduate day school students who have been out of high school for at least a year. Children and families are not permitted. A student must be an active member status with his fraternity in order to reside in a fraternity house, or be an approved friend of the chapter.

Manley Hall & Jefferson Park North/South
Manley Hall & Jefferson Park house single full-time day school students and full-time day school students with families on a space-available basis. Both offer gender-inclusive units.

  • In the case that the contracted student lives with a non-student family member(s), the student contract-holder would pay for the room, meal plan and an additional family fee (contact Housing Office for family fee amount).
  • If both adults in a couple/family are Drury students, each student would pay the individual student price for housing & meal plan (but no family fee).