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Evening & Online Students Application

First Time Students & Transfer     |    International     |    Non-Degree Seeking


Admission Procedures for First Time Students & Transfer Students

  1.  Complete the application for admission.
  2. Transfer Students: Submit proof of high school completion. Submit official transcripts from all colleges and universities attended.
    First time students: Submit your official high school transcript, G.E.D. or HiSet transcript including scores. Drury can request all transcripts on your behalf for a $20 flat fee. Click here to use our transcript service and pay.
  3. Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). It's recommended you complete the FAFSA by February 1 for the most funding,  but you can complete the form after that date. The school code for Drury University is 002461.
  4. Apply for evening & online scholarships
  5. Enroll in a tuition payment plan. Select the flexible payment option best for you.
  6. Schedule an appointment with an advisor to assist with your academic planning.

International Student Admission to Evening & Online Programs

  1. Complete the application for admission.
  2. Submit all secondary school records. Include transcript of courses with grades, documentation of completion, and examination results.
  3. Submit an evaluation of your coursework from an credential evaluating service such as World Education Services, Inc. (WES). Approximate cost through a credential evaluation service is U.S. $160.
  4. Submit official transcripts from each post-secondary institution attended.
  5. Submit a course evaluation of post-secondary coursework completed outside the U.S. from a credential evaluation service such as WES. Approximate cost through a credential evaluating service is U.S. $160.
  6. Submit English proficiency official documents such as:
    a. TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) minimum score of 530 (paper), or 72 (internet), and TWE (Test of Written English) minimum score of 4.
    b. IELTS score of 6.0.
    c. SAT Critical Reading score of 500.

Students accepted to the traditional undergraduate program must complete one semester. Then you may apply for admission to evening and online programs.


Non-Degree Seeking Undergraduate Admission

Drury welcomes students who wish to take courses for personal and professional development. Anyone may take classes as a non-admitted student. If you later decide to seek a degree, credit could apply towards a degree once admitted.

Non-degree seeking students are not eligible for financial aid. There is no application fee for non-degree seeking students.

To enroll in courses, please visit the CCPS Office at:

Drury University
College of Continuing Professional Studies Office
2nd floor Burnham Hall
900 North Benton Avenue
Springfield, MO 65802

Phone: (417) 873-7373
Fax: (417) 873-7529
E-mail: ccps@drury.edu


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.