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Drury University Tuition & Fees

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  • Traditional Residential College (U.S. Student)
  • Traditional Residential College (International Students)
  • College of Continuing Professional Studies (CCPS)
  • Graduate Studies
  • Traditional Residential College (U.S. Student) Tuition & Fees

    Drury University offers a top-notch education at an affordable price. More than 87 percent of current Drury students receive financial aid or scholarships. Last year alone, Drury students were awarded $9.1 million in scholarships and grants.

    Drury is consistently rated in the top 10 Best Midwest Universities by U.S. News and World Report and was named one of the nation's 50 "Best Value" private colleges in 2010 by the Princeton Review.

    This page applies ONLY to U.S. students.

    Drury offers substantial scholarship and financial aid options. Please visit these links for more information.


  • Traditional Residential College (International Students) Tuition & Fees 2016-2017

    The costs of attending Drury University are listed below. Please examine the information carefully. It is important to become well-informed of the costs of living and studying in the United States.

    Students wishing to study in U.S. universities are required to submit official documents such as bank statements and letters from bank officers verifying their financial ability to study in the U.S. International students applying to Drury University must also submit the Statement of Financial Support attached to the application for admission. The university must have these documents before it issues Form I-20 A-B, the Certificate of Eligibility for Nonimmigrant (F-1) Student Status, which students must obtain before applying to the U.S. Embassy for a student visa.

    At the time of the interview with the consulate officer, international students must submit the documented evidence of financial resources to meet all expenses for the duration of their studies.


  • College of Continuing Professional Studies (CCPS) Tuition & Fees

    Drury University's payment policy requires that all students be either paid in full (net of scholarships and pending financial aid) two weeks prior to the first day of the semester or be current on a payment plan for any balance exceeding scholarships and financial aid. If no aid or payments have been made prior to the first day of the semester, Drury's payment plan requires 25% of the semester balance be paid to attend classes. A new Payment Plan agreement must be completed for each semester in which you register. If you change your registration, the payment plan will automatically adjust based on your registration. If your financial aid changes, the payment plan will also adjust accordingly.

    The cost to participate in the payment plan is $40 each semester. The payment methods are automatic bank payment (ACH) or credit/debit card (MasterCard, Discover, and America Express are accepted. An additional fee will be assessed for payment by credit/debit card.) Payments are processed on the 5th of each month and will continue until the balance is paid in full. Email communications of each step will come to the student and family as desired.

    Students who have financial aid that will cover their entire semester balance will still complete the online Pending Aid Payment Plan (with no charge unless the aid does not happen).

    Please note that students who are not current on a payment plan or paid in full two weeks prior to the first day of the semester will be dis-enrolled from all classes.

    To find out more information regarding Drury's payment plan, please go to www.mycollegepaymentplan.com/drury. If you have questions, please contact Drury Student Financial Services at (417) 873-7343 or studentfinancialservices@drury.edu.

    Any balance not covered by an approved payment plan will be assessed interest at 1% per month on the unpaid balance, or 12% per annum. A past due student account balance will result in notification from the Director of Financial Services to the student to officially withdraw from classes.


  • Graduate Studies Tuition & Fees

    Drury University's payment policy requires that all students be either paid in full (net of scholarships and pending financial aid) two weeks prior to the first day of the semester or be current on a payment plan for any balance exceeding scholarships and financial aid. If no aid or payments have been made prior to the first day of the semester, Drury's payment plan requires 25% of the semester balance be paid to attend classes. A new Payment Plan agreement must be completed for each semester in which you register. If you change your registration, the payment plan will automatically adjust based on your registration. If your financial aid changes, the payment plan will also adjust accordingly.

    The cost to participate in the payment plan is $40 each semester. The payment methods are automatic bank payment (ACH) or credit/debit card (MasterCard, Discover, and America Express are accepted. An additional fee will be assessed for payment by credit/debit card.) Payments are processed on the 5th of each month and will continue until the balance is paid in full. Email communications of each step will come to the student and family as desired.

    Students who have financial aid that will cover their entire semester balance will still complete the online Pending Aid Payment Plan (with no charge unless the aid does not happen).

    Please note that students who are not current on a payment plan or paid in full two weeks prior to the first day of the semester will be dis-enrolled from all classes.

    To find out more information regarding Drury's payment plan, please go to www.mycollegepaymentplan.com/drury. If you have questions, please contact Drury Student Financial Services at (417) 873-7343 or studentfinancialservices@drury.edu.

    Any balance not covered by an approved payment plan will be assessed interest at 1% per month on the unpaid balance, or 12% per annum. A past due student account balance will result in notification from the Director of Financial Services to the student to officially withdraw from classes.