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Incoming freshmen may apply to the undergraduate 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.

Apply for admission and financial aid by Feb. 1 and earn an additional $500 scholarship. 

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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.

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Submit Transcripts

Review the following information for submitting transcripts:

  • Request your high school counseling office or registrar to send an official high school transcript of all work completed or in progress (at least six semesters of secondary school credit).
  • Dual Credit Transcripts are not required for admission if you’re applying as a new, first time college student. These can be sent at a later time.

 Transfer Students: Please refer to the Transfer Student Admission page for more information about transcript requirements.

Our mailing address is:

Drury University
Office of Admission
900 N. Benton Ave
Springfield, MO 65802

We also accept transcripts electronically submitted through Naviance, Parchment, or Scoir.

Please note that your application is not considered complete and cannot be reviewed for consideration until all materials are received.

If you have any questions, please feel free to Contact Your Counselor for assistance.

Request for High School Transcripts Form

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Complete an Admission Pathway

Choose 1 of the following 3 Admission Pathway options:

  1. Standardized Test Score(s): Take either the ACT or SAT, then request the score(s) to be sent to Drury University. We superscore for admission & scholarship consideration, so it is in your best interest to send any/all scores. If your official high school transcript lists ACT or SAT test scores, we can use them for admission and scholarships.
  2. Essay/Writing Sample: Choose to apply without test scores by sending an essay/writing sample. We accept any of the Common Application First-year essay prompts. Read more about the test optional pathway.
  3. Interview: If you do not plan to send test scores or an essay/writing sample, you can schedule an Admission Interview. Reach out to your Admission Counselor for more information on this option. Note: This option has a limited academic scholarship range available.

If you would like to discuss these options with an Admission Counselor, select “Unsure” on the Admission Pathway question on the application. Your Admission Counselor will reach out to you with more information.

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

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