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Online Education Resources

Drury University's online programs provide a quality education from any location. Information below will help you get started. If you have more questions please contact ccps@drury.edu or (417) 873-7373.

Online Degrees & Certificates      Course Schedules

Minimal Technical Requirements

Taking an online course requires your computer be capable of using Moodle. This is easy to meet, provided you have the following:

  • Reliable Internet connection
  • Ability to upload and download a file
  • Have a word processing program such as Microsoft Word or Google Docs. A free option is available from Drury's Technical Support

How to Register for Classes

You may register for classes in person or through MyDrury.

  1. Go to MyDrury and enter your username and password. Click login.
  2. Click on the Student tab in the top navigation.
  3. Select "My Registration" from the left sidebar. 
  4. Click on Course Search.
  5. Using the drop down menu options, under "Search Criteria", please select the Department, leave Course Number at "(No Limit)" and click Find Classes. 
  6. Click "Add to enroll" in the course (a confirmation page will appear).
  7. Repeat the Course Search steps for each of your courses.
  8. Click on "My Schedule" to confirm enrollment in courses.
  9. (optional) To remove a course you selected, from the My Schedule screen, click on Drop next to the course. You are asked to confirm the drop. Simply select Confirm and the course is removed from your schedule.
Hover over each state for contact information to the state's higher education agency

As a member of the SARA Reciprocity Agreement, Drury University is approved to offer online programs within these states. The states include: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.

Drury University is approved to offer online programs within California.

Education-related online programs offered by Drury University are intended to satisfy licensure, endorsement, or certification requirements by the State of Missouri. If students are wishing to teach in a state other than Missouri, they should contact that state’s department of education to obtain the applicable requirements, rules, and regulations for that particular state.  Students are responsible for determining whether Drury’s online education program will meet another state’s requirements for certification, licensure, or otherwise advancing a student’s teaching credentials prior to enrollment.

Higher-education institutions delivering courses by distance education are required to provide the contact information for official entities or agencies within each state designated to handle complaint resolution. States are required by the US Department of Education (34 CFR 668.43(b)) to have a complaint process available to any enrolled or prospective student.

Drury University students enrolled in online and distance courses, as well as on-campus courses, should attempt to resolve complaints by following Drury University’s Student Complain Guidelines as outlined in the College of Continuing Professional Studies Catalog. If you wish to file a complaint about the University with its accreditor regarding issues of institutional quality, you may do so by following the instructions on the Higher Learning Commission website.

After a student has exhausted the appeal process at Drury University, they can contact
Amy Werner, SARA State Portal Entity Contact
Missouri Department of Higher Education
205 Jefferson Street
P.O. Box 1469
Jefferson City, MO 65102-1469
573-522-1377
Amy.Werner@dhe.mo.gov