Join Us Thursday, May 18th for New Location Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
Drury University’s College of Continuing Professional Studies will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony and open house for its new campus location in Lebanon at 10 a.m., Thursday, May 18. Drury President Dr. Tim Cloyd will address attendees, and leaders from the Lebanon community will help President Cloyd and Drury officials cut the ribbon.
The classroom location at 122 E. Commercial Street is a new permanent home for Drury classes in the region and will allow Drury to offer summer classes in Lebanon for the first time in several years. The space houses a new computer lab and student lounge. It will also be home to the Drury Law Enforcement Academy’s second location, starting in June. This is the first time law enforcement courses will be offered by Drury in the Lebanon area.
About the Lebanon Campus
Drury University began in Lebanon in 1986 by offering two courses at the Lebanon Jr. High School.
At the Lebanon location students may receive associate degrees and may take several courses toward a bachelor’s degree in several areas. Additionally, they may receive help in the areas of admissions, financial aid, registration and advising.
Lebanon Law Enforcement Academy Now Open
The Drury University Law Enforcement Academy provides professional training for those interested in pursuing a career in law enforcement. Seats are still available for all academy classes. Please contact Director Bowers (417-873-7542) on how to apply and get into the academy of your choice.