Freshman First Day Reservation Form
  Friday, June 26, 2015
 
Friday, June 26, 2015 is Freshman First Day. In late April, incoming freshmen will receive an invitation in the mail with the schedule of events. Throughout the day, students will have the chance to meet with faculty, staff, administrators, and current Drury students. Students will also meet their pre-assigned CORE 101 professor and classmates for the first time. This is a great opportunity to meet your roommates and ask questions to staff members in the departments of housing, financial aid, financial services, admissions, greek life, technology services and much more!
 
Schedule

Click HERE to view the 2015 FFD schedule.

Click HERE to view current and future Drury academic calendars.
   
  I will attend Freshman First Day.
  I am unable to attend Freshman First Day
   
 
Do you have special dietary needs? Yes    No
If yes, please describe:

Do you have accessibility needs? Yes  No
If yes, please describe:

   
Registrant Information
First Name:
Last Name:
Preferred Name:
  (appears on your name tag)
Address:
City:
State:
Zip:
Home Phone:
Cell Phone:
Email:
Do you have a parent who is a Drury alum? Yes   No
 
Parent or Family Email:
I will be involved with the following athletic team at Drury:
 
   
Fields of Study    (Click HERE for available options)
My primary interest is in the following major / program:
 
My secondary interest is in the following major / program: (optional)
 
I intend to minor in: (optional)
 
 
Academic Presentations
 

Students and family members will have the opportunity to attend one or two academic presentations on June 27.  Please indicate which session(s) you and your family plan to attend.

 
American Political Studies, International Political Studies, Middle East Studies (minor), Politics & Government Environmental Programs: Environmental Health Science, Environmental Science, Environmental Studies
Architecture Exercise & Sport Science, Exercise Physiology, Physical Education, Sports Management
Art — Art History, Graphic Design and Design Arts, Fine Arts, Visual Communication History, Asian Studies (minor), Modern European Studies (minor), Medieval and Renaissance Studies (minor)
Arts Administration Honors Program
Behavioral Sciences — Criminology, Psychology, Sociology, Behavioral Neuroscience (minor), Pre-Occupational Therapy Languages
Biology, Pre-Health Sciences, Pre-Med Music, Music Education (Instrumental and Vocal)
Breech School of Business — Accounting, Economics, Finance, Management, Marketing Music Therapy
Chemistry, Biochemistry, Pre-Health Sciences, Pre-Med Philosophy, Religion
Communication – Advertising and Public Relations, Communication Studies, Multimedia Production and Journalism, Web Communication and Design (minor) Pre-Law, Law and Society (minor)
Computer Science, Math, Physics, Pre-Engineering Theatre, Dance (minor)
Education – Elementary, Secondary Women and Gender Studies (minor)
English, Writing  
Entrepreneurship (minor)  

 

 
Additional Information
 
  1. Optional campus tours will depart from the O’Reilly Center between 3 - 4:30 p.m. Are you and your guests interested in taking a campus tour? Yes No
   
 

2. Are you and your family interested in attending an optional presentation and Q&A event about Drury student involvement from the Office of Greek Life and Student Organizations on Thursday, June 25 from 6-8 p.m.? Dinner will be available for all families who RSVP to attend.

  Would you like to receive more information about this optional Greek Life-sponsored event? Yes No