Honors Student Benefits

The Honors Program is about academic excellence and personal growth. In addition to specialized honors courses, research opportunities, and Honors Student Association events, honors students receive additional benefits to help you to achieve your personal, academic, and social goals.

  • Individual advising and mentoring from Drury Honors faculty
  • Hands-on classes that feature active learning
  • Research opportunities
  • Honor Student Association activities and events
  • Living Learning Communities (LLC) for freshmen
  • Leadership opportunities
  • Priority registration 
  • Waiver of Overload Fees - up to 19 credits for a term (The University has agreed to offer this benefit through Spring 2019 and then will re-evaluate the policy)
  • National and regional conference presentations
  • Spring Honors banquet
  • Receiving an Honors Degree