Drury University is committed to providing access to information that will help students, parents, employees and other consumers make informed decisions about post-secondary education. The Student Consumer Information Regulations of the United States Department of Education require all colleges and universities to provide their students access to certain information to which they are entitled to as consumers. In addition, the Higher Education Act of 1965 (HEA), as amended by the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (HEOA), requires that post-secondary institutions participating in deferral student aid programs make certain disclosers to students. Consumer information on this web page is disclosed in compliance with federal law.
Drury provides to current and prospective students any information upon request through mailings, publications or electronic media. Specific consumer information and contacts are provided through the links below.
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Areas of Study
Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act
The Annual Security Report and Fire Safety Report are available upon request to the Safety and Security Office.
Residential and Campus Policies
The Vice President for Academic Affairs
The Vice President for Student Affairs
The Vice President for Administration
When in doubt regarding the appropriate officer for a particular complaint, the student is encouraged to contact any of the officers mentioned above. If, after exhaustion of all institutional avenues, the university and the student are not able to mutually resolve the student’s concerns, the student may contact the Missouri Department of Higher Education at (573) 526-1577. More information on MDHE’s complaint resolution policy can be found at http://dhe.mo.gov.