Admission Requirements

Please complete the steps below for admission consideration at Drury University.

  1. Complete the official Drury University application for admission online.

  2. Request your high school counseling office to send an official high school transcript of all work completed or in progress (at least six semesters of secondary school credit) and all available academic, aptitude and achievement test scores to the Drury University Admission office.

  3. Complete the miscellany questions.

  4. Choose 1 of the following 2 options:

    A. Take either the College Entrance Examination Board Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) or American College Test (ACT) . Then request the scores to be sent to Drury University.

    B. Choose to apply test optional and write 250-500 words on one of the following topics:

    i. Describe a community with which you identify. How have you contributed to this community? What evidence is there you are a part of this community? How has this community impacted you? How has it prepared you to join the Drury University community?

    ii. The definition of ‘Go Beyond’ is: to do more than the expected; to go further than was required; to go past. Drury students Go Beyond. Explain a time that you have gone beyond and left an impact on a group or person and the world around you. What did you do? Predict how you will Go Beyond during your four years at Drury? What will you do? Who will your influence?

    iii. Define success. What is required for success? What does it mean to you? What would success look like for you at Drury? Do you think you will define success differently at 71 than at 17? Why or why not?

    iv. Describe a challenge you have faced and overcome. How does overcoming this challenge define you? What has been your greatest takeaway from this experience? In what way has overcoming a challenge prepared you for your Drury University experience?

Acceptance is contingent on the submission of all final official transcripts.

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