Black United Independent College (B.U.I.C.) has been revitalized by current students on campus to offer support and encouragement to students of color. The organization is committed to:
Membership shall be based on:
Wednesday, August 17 – Friday, August 19, 2022
Bridges is a program designed to help culturally diverse freshman students make the transition from high school to college. This is an opportunity to get more connected with key people on campus and in the Springfield community.
Activities during the program are focused on building strong social networks, identifying opportunities for getting involved on campus and meeting faculty and staff who can help make the Drury experience as meaningful and successful as possible. As an added perk, Bridges participants move into campus housing early.
The Bridges program is totally free for incoming culturally diverse students.
Please contact Rosalyn Thomas for more information.
The Drury Scholars Program was established in July 2008 by Drury professors Drs. Bruce Callen, Peter Miedlinger, Mark Wood and Charlene Ingwerson. The focus of the program was to give 15 African American middle school students a residential college experience. This program has grown to include three high schools in the Springfield area. Students are followed closely during the year and given assistance in researching colleges, financial aid options and career options. Students participating in the program meet with the program’s coordinator on a weekly basis.
Contact Rosalyn Thomas for more information.
The scholarship is awarded to graduating high school students who exhibit solid academic performance and extracurricular engagement. Students must file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible after October 1.