"The class sizes at Drury help create relationships and a family-type environment, and I made connections with teachers and fellow students that will last a lifetime."
"When I talked to Dr. Todd Lowery about the art program, I felt right at home. He and all of the other staff made me and my education feel valued. The closeness of the whole campus is so homey, you have a great opportunity to be recognized as an individual."
"Unlike larger universities where you may be no more than a numbered student to a teacher, at Drury the teachers actually know you by name and go out of their way to help you succeed."
Engaged and integrated learning is a hallmark of the Drury experience. Research conducted on behalf of the university reveals that 80% of students surveyed believe that Drury effectively provides professional preparation in a liberal arts environment.
The Breech School of Business Administration is one of five schools in the U.S. that offers dual accreditation of AACSB and ACBSP. All graduates of Drury's business school have a global study abroad experience and practical internship.
Interested in visiting campus with other prospective students? Then attend one of our Fridays@DU! This group event will provide you with information on the application and financial aid process, plus you'll get to take a tour, sit in on a class, meet with faculty and current students, and more. Lunch is provided. Parents are welcome to attend but not required.
Each event date starts at 9 a.m. and will wrap up by mid-afternoon. Your schedule will be tailored to your visit and will be emailed to you prior to the event.