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University Advancement/Martin Alumni Center
900 N Benton Ave.
Springfield, MO 65802/Office: (417) 873-7258/Email: /

Volunteer Opportunities

Drury partners with our alumni volunteers to help support our present and shape our future. Alumni volunteers play an invaluable role in everything from recruiting new students to planning alumni events around the world. Whether your interests lean toward mentoring students, admissions and recruitment, assisting with regional programs, or helping the community, there are many opportunities for you to get involved.

Alumni Council

Alumni Council members serve as important representatives of Drury in their communities, assist university staff in coordinating alumni communication efforts, are involved in planning alumni activities, and facilitate alumni engagement.

Alumni Club - Regional Representative

Alumni Regional Representatives keep alumni connected with the university and each other as part of our Regional Alumni Clubs. They help the Alumni Office coordinate alumni & Drury Family events, communicate with alumni, and support university initiatives.

Springfield Alumni Club

Springfield Alumni Club members help coordinate alumni interest and engagement – especially fun ideas – for local alumni events. Springfield Alumni Club members help support alumni communication, are involved in planning alumni activities, and facilitate alumni engagement.

Alumni Welcome Team

Alumni Welcome Team is an opportunity to share your knowledge with Drury alumni moving to your area. Welcome Team members connect fellow alumni to their new community, share your hometown tips with them, and consider meeting them for coffee or lunch.

Fundraising Advocate

Fundraising Advocates serve as an essential amplifier and advocate of fundraising campaigns supporting student scholarships & financial aid. You will make personal contacts with classmates, friends and your alumni network to encourage gifts to Drury.  You will often share fundraising messages via text, email, social media or personal conversations.

Alumni Mentor

Drury’s Student-Alumni mentoring program brings together students and alumni in purposeful, mutually rewarding relationships, introducing students to alumni from different backgrounds, class years, programs, and industries. As a mentor, you will guide your student in career, life and general support (as requested by the student).

Alumni Association

The Drury University Alumni Association was formed in 1883, only eight years after the first class graduated in 1875. Today, it serves the university's more than 26,000 alumni and 12,000 associate alumni through an ever-growing number of clubs and constituent groups organized both geographically and by academic disciplines.