Apply to Drury University
Incoming freshmen may apply to the undergraduate day school via the Drury Application any time beginning in the June before their senior year or via the Common Application starting August 1 of the same year. We admit students on a rolling basis with notification of admission decision within two weeks, starting September 1.
Step 1: Complete Application for Admission
The Common Application is an undergraduate college admission application that students may use to apply to any of 731 member colleges and universities. Drury is among those that accept the Common Application. Contact an admission counselor in your area if you have questions.
Step 2: Transcript Request / ACT Scores
Review the following information for submitting transcripts & test scores:
Step 3: Submit Supplemental Forms
Review the following supplemental forms and submit as needed:
Step 4: Scholarships & Financial Aid
Review financial aid information:
Annual Security Report
Drury University’s Safety & Security Office compiles an annual report to keep the campus community informed about crime statistics and safety policies. The information also is used to assess and identify ways to strengthen campus safety and emergency planning university-wide. Campus crime statistics are compiled in accordance with the procedures set forth by the "Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act" (commonly known as the “Clery Act”). Copies of the report are available upon request. Requests can be made at the Safety and Security Office, Findlay Student Center Room 101. You can also access the report online at Drury.edu/security/clery-act. Drury is committed to providing a safe, education-oriented and community-minded campus that maintains an academic and social environment conducive to intellectual and personal development of students while promoting the safety and welfare of all members of the campus community. As such, the University cooperates with authorities in the enforcement of all applicable laws.