The staff in the Business Office is available to assist you with a wide variety financial and administrative issues concerning you tuition, fees, & financial aid. The Business Office is located in Burnham Hall, Room 100. For more information about the services offered or if you have any questions call:
Drury GO: (417) 873-3033
Day School, Graduate, and Dual Credit: (417) 873-7343
All tuition and fees are due and payable two weeks before the first day of classes. Semester statements covering tuition and fees are available online through MyDrury. If you need a paper statement mailed, please email email@example.com.
Student account balances that become past due may result in notification from the Director of Business Services for official withdrawal from classes.
Students with a prior semester balance may not be permitted to register for subsequent semesters. All delinquent accounts will be assessed interest at one percent per month on the unpaid balance, or 12 percent per annum. Any collection costs (up to 60% charged) or legal fees incurred in collecting an account will be the responsibility of the student.
Students who have failed to comply with payment policies in any semester may be denied the opportunity to register for future semesters and may be denied the opportunity to participate in the University deferred payment plan.
Students should become familiar with the Drury University deferred payment plan and our withdrawal refund policy. All questions or requests should be addressed to:
Accounts Receivable Coordinator
900 N Benton Ave
Springfield, MO 65802
Or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may sign up to receive your Form 1098-T, Tuition Statement electronically instead of through the mail. Please go to MyDrury to sign up, click on the Student Tab, then the My1098t Info, then Consent. For questions contact: email@example.com, or (417) 873-6368.
Many types of scholarships and financial aid are available for Drury students. We personally review each and every financial aid package to make sure you are receiving the maximum amount of scholarships and financial aid.