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Traditional Day School (U.S. Student)

  Full Time Undergraduate Students
  Annual Cost (Based on 12-17 credit hours per semester)
Tuition deposit – full refund until May 1, forfeited after May 1 (annual fee) $100
Full time student – 12 to 17 hours $31,100
Tuition part time – Day (per credit hour) $1,046
Overload- over 17 hours (per credit hour) $1,046
2021 Summer school tuition, Drury GO rate (per credit hour) $320
2021 Summer online tuition, Drury GO rate (per credit hour) $320
   
  Housing Options & Meal Plans
  Housing Options (per semester)
Housing deposit – full refund until May 1/Dec 1, forfeited after May 1/Dec 1 (annual fee) $200
Smith Hall Doubles $2,581
Wallace Hall Doubles $2,989
Wallace Hall Apartment $3,152
Sunderland Hall $3,215
Summit Park $3,433
College Park Apartments $3,522
College Park Cottages $3,667
College Park Residences/Studio $3,771
Jefferson Park S 3BR $3,554
Jefferson Park S 2BR $3,554
Jefferson Park Studio $3,709
Jefferson Park N 2BR $3,554
Jefferson Park N 2BR-unfurnished $3,451
Jefferson Park N 1BR-unfurnished $3,791
Jefferson Park W 1BR (1225 N. Jefferson)-unfurnished $3,985
Jefferson Park W Studio (1225 N. Jefferson)-unfurnished $3,756
Midtown (1202 N Jefferson) $3,470
Midtown (1225 N Robb, 1224 N Summit, 416 E Calhoun, 1028 N. Clay) $3,613
Rose O’Neil (1126 N Summit), Midtown House 410 E. Calhoun (Honors) $3,444
Midtown 517 E Calhoun (Parsonage) $3,690
Fraternity Houses $3,033
Manley Hall 2 BR $3,606
Manley Hall 1 BR $3,863
University Suites/Midtown – 1302 N Summit & 1316 N Benton $4,136
Patterson Apt – 1 bed no WD, studio $3,851
Patterson Apt – 3 bed w/WD $3,876
Patterson Apt – 2 bed w/WD $3,927
Patterson Apt – 1 bed w/WD $4,004
SKY 11 $3,700
  Meal Plans (per semester)
  Residential
45 meal plan + $130 panther bucks $488
90 meal plan + $200 panther bucks $897
120 meal plan + $270 panther bucks $1,190
150 meal plan + $340 panther bucks $1,484
180 meal plan + $340 panther bucks $1,689
  Commuter
45 meal plan + $130 panther bucks $498
90 meal plan + $200 panther bucks $914
120 meal plan + $270 panther bucks $1,214
150 meal plan + $340 panther bucks $1,514
180 meal plan + $340 panther bucks $1,722
  Housing Surcharges, regular terms
  One Semester
Smith and Wallace Halls – Double Room Occupied as a Single $900
Smith Upperclass/Gender-Inclusive-Double Room Occupied as Single not available
Fraternity Houses – Double Room Occupied as Single $900
Fraternity Houses – Triple Room Occupied as Single $1,800
  Two Semesters
Smith and Wallace Halls – Double Room Occupied as a Single $1,800
Fraternity Houses – Double Room Occupied as Single not available
Fraternity Houses – Triple Room Occupied as Single $1,800
  Twelve Months
Smith & Wallace Halls – Double Room Occupied as a Single not available
Smith Upperclass/Gender-Inclusive-Double Room Occupied as Single not available
Fraternity Houses – Double Room Occupied as Single not available
Fraternity Houses – Triple Room Occupied as Single not available
Covered parking space fee $360
Manley Hall or Jefferson Park- family surcharge $1,800
Manley Hall or Jefferson Park-Non Family surcharge to buy out empty bedroom not available
Jeff Park N unfurnished -Nonrefundable Pet Fee $300
Jeff Park N unfurnished- Pet Rent $300
  Summer Housing Fees
Short-term summer housing – less than 2 summer sessions (per night) $20
Long-term summer housing – minimum 2 summer sessions (per night) $12
  Housing Surcharge for Academic Holiday Breaks
Residence halls and fraternities*
* Students only charged if they stay past contracted period or if they do not qualitfy for mileage waiver during academic-year breaks
$20
  Camps and Conference Housing Fees
  Drury affiliates:
Smith Double Occupancy (per night, per room) $12.50
Wallace Double Occupancy (per night, per room) $13.50
Sunderland (per night, per room) $12.75
Apartments (per night, per room) $19.75
  Non Drury affiliates:
Smith Double Occupancy (per night, per room) $24.50
Wallace Double Occupancy (per night, per room) $25.50
Sunderland (per night, per room) $19.25
Apartments (per night, per room) $22.25
  Additional Housing Details
Living-Learning Communities (LLCs) are groups of 16-20 students interested in a common theme who reside in Sunderland Hall and share a CORE 101 class. You must submit an LLC application by April 15 to live in Sunderland Hall. Visit drury.edu/llc for more information.
Nonrefundable. Students residing in campus housing are required to subscribe and pay for meal plans without exception.
For fraternity houses, Summit Park, College Park, Jefferson Park, Manley Hall, University Suites and summer/break housing rates, contact the housing office.
  Additional Fees (as applicable)
  Required of all full time day school students:.
Full time day student fee, annual fee imposed by Student Senate $340
Health center fee $95
Technology fee – full time students (students starting Fall 2013 and after) $250
Technology fee – full time students (students starting prior to Fall 2013) $55
  Circumstantially required of day school students:
Part time day-student fee (billed every semester) $55
Technology fee – part time students – every semester (students starting Fall 2013 and after) $125
Technology fee – part time students – every semester (students starting prior to Fall 2013) $55
New Student Orientation fee, including all students transferring in Fall ($75 Spring) $150
Electronic Portfolio Fee (charge to new Day School students only) Watermark Fee (annual fee) $150
Hour lesson or full recital $464
Half hour lesson or half recital (special rates) $232
MUSC 139-140 and/or MUSC 159-160 $100
Music Therapy Clinical fee (MTHP 101, 201, 301, 401) $175
  Miscellaneous fees for ALL students as applicable
Graduation fee – Associate & Bachelor degrees (annual fee) $110
Graduation fee – Master in Architecture (annual fee) $135
Transcript ordered through National Student Clearinghouse – online $8
Transcript ordered through the Registrar’s Office $12
International student orientation fee Fall & Spring, includes Grad (annual fee) $190
International student health insurance fee – Aug 1- July 31 (non-athletes, annual fee) $1,485
International student health insurance fee – Aug 1- July 31 (athletes, annual fee) $1,890
Audit fee – not available online (per credit hour) $105
  Course/Program Specific Fees  
Portfolio Fee Lifetime Fee (annual fee) $59
Portfolio Fee – EDUC 213 (annual fee) $85
Student teaching fee, in addition to tuition (additional $200 for out of the area students) – EDUC 473, 476, 477, 478, 699 (annual fee) $250
Methods Course fee – EDUC 383, 385 & 452 (annual fee) $250
Computer Proficiency Exam fee – MGMT 170 (annual fee) $24
Computer Science fee – CSCI 251, 261, 277, 282, 315, 351, 355, 361, 395, 475, 476, 495, or 496
*The Computer Science Fee is only charged once per semester no matter how many classes student takes
$150
Laboratory fee – BSCI 359 & 361 (annual fee) $40
Breech Enhancement fee – all grad and undergrad courses except MGMT 103/204, ECON 201/335 (per credit hour) $20
Behavioral Research & Thesis fee – BSCI 361 (annual fee) $125
Holistic Health Practices Fee – PSYC 372 $50
Animation Lab Fee – ANIM 101, 111, 211, 311, 121, 221, 321, 351, 352, 353, 354, 355, 356, 357, 364, 411, 451 $150
Piano Music Therapy Fee (MTHP 225) $203
Chemistry Lab fee – CHEM 115L, 208L, 238L, 308L, 312L, 315L, 327L, 336L, 338L, 414L, 415L, 427L, 436L $50
  Design and Fine Arts Fees
Architecture Program fee – ARCH 112, 201, 202, 303, 405, 406/MARC 520, 521 (annual fee) $1,000
Photography fee – ARTH 360 (annual fee) $30
Weaving I fee – ARTZ 205 (annual fee) $85
Ceramics I fee – ARTZ 240, 345 (annual fee) $110
Sculpture I fee – ARTZ 250, 355, 455 (annual fee) $130
Photography I fee – ARTZ 260, 360, 365, 368, 465 (annual fee) $130
Publication Design fee – ARTZ 311 (annual fee) $115
Digital Illustration fee – ARTZ 328 (annual fee) $115
Typography fee – ARTZ 329 (annual fee) $115
Sculpture fee – ARTZ 358 (annual fee) $60
Graphic Design fee -ARTZ 210 (annual fee) $60
Graphic Design fee – ARTZ 310 (annual fee) $115
  Program Fees
Regents University Program Fee $3,550
Administrative Fee for Exchange Semester Study Abroad Programs $315
Washington Center – program fee $2,500
  Payment Plan Information

We want to make the process of paying for your education as simple as possible. Drury offers students the opportunity to set up flexible monthly payment plans if you are unable to pay your balance in full by the start of the semester. It takes just a few minutes to set up your account, and will simplify the process of financing your Drury education.

Please visit mycollegepaymentplan.com/drury for detailed information, deadlines and steps to enroll.

Additional Information

The costs of attending Drury University are listed above. Please examine the information carefully. It is important to become well-informed of the costs of living and studying in the United States.

Students wishing to study in U.S. universities are required to submit official documents such as bank statements and letters from bank officers verifying their financial ability to study in the U.S. International students applying to Drury University must also submit the Statement of Financial Support attached to the application for admission. The university must have these documents before it issues Form I-20 A-B, the Certificate of Eligibility for Nonimmigrant (F-1) Student Status, which students must obtain before applying to the U.S. Embassy for a student visa.

At the time of the interview with the consulate officer, international students must submit the documented evidence of financial resources to meet all expenses for the duration of their studies.

Traditional Day School (International)

  Full Time Undergraduate Students (International)
  Annual Cost (Based on 12-17 credit hours per semester)
Tuition $31,100
Fees (Student Fee, Health Center Fee, Technology Fee) $780
Electronic portfolio/ WaterMark (One-Time Fee) $150
Orientation (One-Time Fee) $190
Insurance (Varies for Athletes) $2,500
TOTAL $34,955
   
  Housing Options & Meal Plans
  Housing Options (per semester)
Housing deposit – full refund until May 1/Dec 1, forfeited after May 1/Dec 1 (annual fee) $200
Smith Hall Doubles $2,581
Wallace Hall Doubles $2,989
Wallace Hall Apartment $3,152
Sunderland Hall $3,215
Summit Park $3,433
College Park Apartments $3,522
College Park Cottages $3,667
College Park Residences/Studio $3,771
Jefferson Park S 3BR $3,554
Jefferson Park S 2BR $3,554
Jefferson Park Studio $3,709
Jefferson Park N 2BR $3,554
Jefferson Park N 2BR-unfurnished $3,451
Jefferson Park N 1BR-unfurnished $3,791
Jefferson Park W 1BR (1225 N. Jefferson)-unfurnished $3,985
Jefferson Park W Studio (1225 N. Jefferson)-unfurnished $3,756
Midtown (1202 N Jefferson) $3,470
Midtown (1225 N Robb, 1224 N Summit, 416 E Calhoun, 1028 N. Clay) $3,613
Rose O’Neil (1126 N Summit), Midtown House 410 E. Calhoun (Honors) $3,444
Midtown 517 E Calhoun (Parsonage) $3,690
Fraternity Houses $3,033
Manley Hall 2 BR $3,606
Manley Hall 1 BR $3,863
University Suites/Midtown – 1302 N Summit & 1316 N Benton $4,136
Patterson Apt – 1 bed no WD, studio $3,851
Patterson Apt – 3 bed w/WD $3,876
Patterson Apt – 2 bed w/WD $3,927
Patterson Apt – 1 bed w/WD $4,004
SKY 11 $3,700
  Meal Plans (per semester)
  Residential
45 meal plan + $130 panther bucks $488
90 meal plan + $200 panther bucks $897
120 meal plan + $270 panther bucks $1,190
150 meal plan + $340 panther bucks $1,484
180 meal plan + $340 panther bucks $1,689
  Commuter
45 meal plan + $130 panther bucks $498
90 meal plan + $200 panther bucks $914
120 meal plan + $270 panther bucks $1,214
150 meal plan + $340 panther bucks $1,514
180 meal plan + $340 panther bucks $1,722
  Housing Surcharges, regular terms
  One Semester
Smith and Wallace Halls – Double Room Occupied as a Single $900
Smith Upperclass/Gender-Inclusive-Double Room Occupied as Single not available
Fraternity Houses – Double Room Occupied as Single $900
Fraternity Houses – Triple Room Occupied as Single $1,800
  Two Semesters
Smith and Wallace Halls – Double Room Occupied as a Single $1,800
Smith Upperclass/Gender-Inclusive-Double Room Occupied as Single not available
Fraternity Houses – Double Room Occupied as Single $1,800
Fraternity Houses – Triple Room Occupied as Single $3,600
Covered parking space (annual fee) $240
Manley Hall or Jefferson Park – family surcharge (annual fee) $1,680
Manley Hall or Jefferson Park – non family surcharge to buy out empty bedroom (annual fee) $2,400
Jeff Park N unfurnished – nonrefundable pet deposit (annual fee) $300
Jeff Park N unfurnished – pet rent (annual fee) $300
  Summer Housing Fees
Short-term summer housing – less than 2 summer sessions (per night) $20
Long-term summer housing – minimum 2 summer sessions (per night) $12
*Students only charged if they stay past the contracted period or if they do not qualify for mileage waiver during academic-year breaks.
  Drury affiliates:
Smith Double Occupancy (per night, per room) $12.50
Wallace Double Occupancy (per night, per room) $13.50
Sunderland (per night, per room) $12.75
Apartments (per night, per room) $19.75
  Non Drury affiliates:
Smith Double Occupancy (per night, per room) $24.50
Wallace Double Occupancy (per night, per room) $25.50
Sunderland (per night, per room) $19.25
Apartments (per night, per room) $22.25
  Additional Fees (as applicable)
  Circumstantially required of day school students:
Part time day-student fee (billed every semester) $55
Technology fee – part time students – every semester (students starting Fall 2013 and after) $125
Technology fee – part time students – every semester (students starting prior to Fall 2013) $55
International Student Orientation (one-time fee) $190
Hour lesson or full recital $464
Half hour lesson or half recital (special rates) $232
MUSC 139-140 and/or MUSC 159-160 $100
Music Therapy Clinical fee (MTHP 101, 201, 301, 401) $175
  Miscellaneous fees for ALL students as applicable
Graduation fee – Associate & Bachelor degrees (annual fee) $110
Graduation fee – Master in Architecture (annual fee) $135
Transcript ordered through National Student Clearinghouse – online $8
Transcript ordered through the Registrar’s Office $12
  International Student Health Insurance Fee  
International student health insurance fee (Age 24 and Under)
Aug 1- July 31
$987
International student health insurance fee (Age 25-30)
Aug 1-July 31
$1,412
International student health insurance fee (Age 31-40)
Aug 1-July 31
$3,158
International student health insurance fee (Age 41+)
Aug 1-July 31
$6,520
International student health insurance fee for Athlete (Ages 24 and Under) $1,185
International student health insurance fee for Athlete (Ages 25-30) $1,697
International student health insurance fee for Athlete (Ages 31-40) $3,663
International student health insurance fee for Athlete (Ages 41+) $7,838
  Course/Program Specific Fees  
Portfolio Fee Lifetime Fee (annual fee) $59
Portfolio Fee – EDUC 213 (annual fee) $85
Student teaching fee, in addition to tuition (additional $200 for out of the area students) – EDUC 473, 476, 477, 478, 699 (annual fee) $250
Methods Course fee – EDUC 383, 385 & 452 (annual fee) $250
Computer Proficiency Exam fee – MGMT 170 (annual fee) $24
Computer Science fee – CSCI 251, 261, 277, 282, 315, 351, 355, 361, 395, 475, 476, 495, or 496
*The Computer Science Fee is only charged once per semester no matter how many classes student takes
$150
Laboratory fee – BSCI 359 & 361 (annual fee) $40
Breech Enhancement fee – all grad and undergrad courses except MGMT 103/204, ECON 201/335 (per credit hour) $20
Behavioral Research & Thesis fee – BSCI 361 (annual fee) $125
Holistic Health Practices Fee – PSYC 372 $50
Animation Lab Fee – ANIM 101, 111, 211, 311, 121, 221, 321, 351, 352, 353, 354, 355, 356, 357, 364, 411, 451 $150
Piano Music Therapy Fee (MTHP 225) $203
Chemistry Lab fee – CHEM 115L, 208L, 238L, 308L, 312L, 315L, 327L, 336L, 338L, 414L, 415L, 427L, 436L $50
  Design and Fine Arts Fees
Architecture Program fee – ARCH 112, 201, 202, 303, 405, 406/MARC 520, 521 (annual fee) $1,000
Photography fee – ARTH 360 (annual fee) $30
Weaving I fee – ARTZ 205 (annual fee) $85
Ceramics I fee – ARTZ 240, 345 (annual fee) $110
Sculpture I fee – ARTZ 250, 355, 455 (annual fee) $130
Photography I fee – ARTZ 260, 360, 365, 368, 465 (annual fee) $130
Publication Design fee – ARTZ 311 (annual fee) $115
Digital Illustration fee – ARTZ 328 (annual fee) $115
Typography fee – ARTZ 329 (annual fee) $115
Sculpture fee – ARTZ 358 (annual fee) $60
Graphic Design fee -ARTZ 210 (annual fee) $60
Graphic Design fee – ARTZ 310 (annual fee) $115
  Special Program Fees (per semester)
Regents University Program Fee $3,550
Administrative Fee for Exchange Semester Study Abroad Programs $315
Washington Center – program fee $2,500
  Payment Plan Information

We want to make the process of paying for your education as simple as possible. Drury offers students the opportunity to set up flexible monthly payment plans if you are unable to pay your balance in full by the start of the semester. It takes just a few minutes to set up your account, and will simplify the process of financing your Drury education.

Please visit mycollegepaymentplan.com/drury for detailed information, deadlines and steps to enroll.

Additional Information

The costs of attending Drury University are listed above. Please examine the information carefully. It is important to become well-informed of the costs of living and studying in the United States.

Students wishing to study in U.S. universities are required to submit official documents such as bank statements and letters from bank officers verifying their financial ability to study in the U.S. International students applying to Drury University must also submit the Statement of Financial Support attached to the application for admission. The university must have these documents before it issues Form I-20 A-B, the Certificate of Eligibility for Nonimmigrant (F-1) Student Status, which students must obtain before applying to the U.S. Embassy for a student visa.

At the time of the interview with the consulate officer, international students must submit the documented evidence of financial resources to meet all expenses for the duration of their studies.

Drury GO

  Drury GO Students
  Tuition & Fees
Seated Classes – undergraduate beginning Fall 2020 (per credit hour) $320
Online Classes – undergraduate beginning Fall 2020 (per credit hour) $320
Student fee – non-refundable, due at registration (waived for active duty military and military spouses using MyCAA benefits, per semester) $38
Student technology fee – starting Summer 2013 (per credit hour) $8
Cox Cohort Nursing (per semester) $5,475
Dual Credit/Dual Enrollment (per credit hour) $70
Dual Credit/Dual Enrollment Online (per credit hour) $90
Military Active Duty Students using military benefits such as TA and GI Bill-seated and online undergraduate classes (per credit hour) $250
Military Active Duty Spouses using MyCAA benefits-seated and online undergraduate classes (per credit hour) $250
Veterans-seated and online undergraduate classes (per credit hour) $320
Explanation of Tuition & Fees
The various tuition and fees are subject to change without prior notice, but Drury University attempts to provide such change information as soon as appropriate trustee action is taken.
Tuition
The basic charge to cover the general instructional expenses, student services, library and plant operations. Tuition covers but a portion of these costs, which also are supported by generous gifts and grants and endowment income.
Student Fee
The university assesses a fee that is budgeted and spent for student activities and services.
  Meal Plans
  Residential
45 meal plan + $130 panther bucks $488
90 meal plan + $200 panther bucks $897
120 meal plan + $270 panther bucks $1,190
150 meal plan + $340 panther bucks $1,484
180 meal plan + $340 panther bucks $1,689
  Commuter
45 meal plan + $130 panther bucks $498
90 meal plan + $200 panther bucks $914
120 meal plan + $270 panther bucks $1,214
150 meal plan + $340 panther bucks $1,514
180 meal plan + $340 panther bucks $1,722
  Additional Fees (as applicable)
Transcript ordered through National Student Clearinghouse – online $8
Transcript ordered through the Registrar’s Office $12
Graduation fee – Associate & Bachelors degrees (one time fee) $110
International student health insurance fee – Aug 1-July 31 (non-athletes, annual fee) $1,485
International student health insurance fee – Aug 1-July 31 (athletes, annual fee) $1,890
International student orientation fee – Fall & Spring, includes Grad (annual fee) $190
Audit fee – not available online (per credit hour) $105
* Discount is available for five or more transcripts ordered at one time
  Course/Program Specific Fees
Portfolio Fee Lifetime Fee (annual fee) $59
Portfolio Fee – EDUC 213 (annual fee) $85
Student teaching fee, in addition to tuition and an additional $200 for out of the area students – EDUC 473, 476, 477, 478, 689 (annual fee) $250
Computer Proficiency Exam fee – MGMT 170 (annual fee) $24
Laboratory fee – BSCI 359 & 361 (annual fee) $40
Breech Enhancement fee – all grad and undergrad courses except MGMT 103/204, ECON 201/335 (per credit hour) $20
Behavioral Research & Thesis fee (annual fee) $125
Law Enforcement Academy Application Fee – LEA 200 (annual fee) $50
Law Enforcement Academy Program Fee – LEA 200 (annual fee) $598
  Design and Fine Arts Fees
ARTH 360 Photography fee (annual fee) $30
ARTZ 205 Weaving I fee (annual fee) $85
ARTZ 240/345 Ceramics I fee (annual fee) $110
ARTZ 250/355/455 Sculpture I fee (annual fee) $130
ARTZ 260/360/365/368/465 Photography fee (annual fee) $130
ARTZ 311 Publication Design fee (annual fee) $115
ARTZ 328 Digital Illustration fee (annual fee) $115
ARTZ 329 Typography fee (annual fee) $115
ARTZ 358 Sculpture fee (annual fee) $60
ARTZ 210 Graphic Design fee (annual fee) $60
ARTZ 310 Graphic Design fee (annual fee) $115

Additional Information

Drury University’s payment policy requires that all students be either paid in full (net of scholarships and pending financial aid) two weeks prior to the first day of the semester or be current on a payment plan for any balance exceeding scholarships and financial aid. If no aid or payments have been made prior to the first day of the semester, Drury’s payment plan requires 25% of the semester balance be paid to attend classes. A new Payment Plan agreement must be completed for each semester in which you register. If you change your registration, the payment plan will automatically adjust based on your registration. If your financial aid changes, the payment plan will also adjust accordingly.

The cost to participate in the payment plan is $40 each semester. The payment methods are automatic bank payment (ACH) or credit/debit card (MasterCard, Discover, and America Express are accepted. An additional fee will be assessed for payment by credit/debit card.) Payments are processed on the 5th of each month and will continue until the balance is paid in full. Email communications of each step will come to the student and family as desired.

Students who have financial aid that will cover their entire semester balance will still complete the online Pending Aid Payment Plan (with no charge unless the aid does not happen).

Please note that students who are not current on a payment plan or paid in full two weeks prior to the first day of school may be dis-enrolled from all classes.

To find out more information regarding Drury’s payment plan, please go to www.mycollegepaymentplan.com/drury. If you have questions, please contact Drury Student Financial Services at (417) 873-7343 or studentfinancialservices@drury.edu.

Any balance not covered by an approved payment plan will be assessed interest at 1% per month on the unpaid balance, or 12% per annum. A past due student account balance will result in notification from the Director of Financial Services to the student to officially withdraw from classes.

Graduate Studies

  Graduate Students
  Tuition Per Credit Hour
MBA (8 courses will have program fees attached to it at $210 per credit hour)* $534
MBA Program Fee (MBA 661, 662, 664, 671, 672, 673, 674, 682)* $210
MBA Bootcamp (PMBA 501) $614
MBAV (starting Fall 2020) $792
MBA Ventures International Trip Fee (one time fee) $6,000
MED – Master in Education (MED) $395
MA, Communication $462
Master of Nonprofit & Civic Leadership (MNCL) $462
Master in Integrative Leadership (MILE 600 and 700) $462
Master in Public Service and Safety Leadership (PSSL) $462
Data Leadership Certificate (DLST) $534
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Leadership Certificate $462
Nonprofit Leadership Certificate (NLC) $462
Public Safety Leadership Certificate (PLSC) $462
Business Ventures Leadership Certificate (BVLC) $792
Cyber Security Leadership Certificate (CSL) $534
Dyslexia Certificate (M. Ed.) $395
Instructional Technology Leadership Certificate (M. Ed.) $395
Technology Fee $8
* This version of the MBA will be phased out beginning Fall 2020. All students currently enrolled in this program will be able to complete their MBA at existing tuition rates.
  Additional Fees (as applicable)
  Miscellaneous Fees for ALL students as applicable
Graduation fee – graduate degrees (annual fee) $135
Transcript ordered through National Student Clearinghouse (online) $8
Transcript ordered through the Registrar’s Office $12
Application fee – Graduate Degree $25
International student health insurance fee – Aug 1- July 31 (non-athletes, annual fee) $1,485
International student health insurance fee – Aug 1- July 31 (athletes, annual fee) $1,890
International student orientation fee – Fall & Spring, includes Grad (annual fee) $190
DATSE fee (annual fee) $250
Portfolio Fee Lifetime Fee (annual fee) $59
Student teaching fee (in addition to tuition – additional $200 for out of the area students) – EDUC 699 (annual fee) $250
Breech Enhancement Fee – all grad and undergrad courses except MGMT 103/204, ECON 201/335 (per credit hour) $20
* Online Health Management courses will be charged at the current School of Health Management rates.
* For housing options please contact the housing office at housing@drury.edu or (417) 873-6975.

Additional Information

Drury University’s payment policy requires that all students be either paid in full (net of scholarships and pending financial aid) two weeks prior to the first day of the semester or be current on a payment plan for any balance exceeding scholarships and financial aid. If no aid or payments have been made prior to the first day of the semester, Drury’s payment plan requires 25% of the semester balance be paid to attend classes. A new Payment Plan agreement must be completed for each semester in which you register. If you change your registration, the payment plan will automatically adjust based on your registration. If your financial aid changes, the payment plan will also adjust accordingly.

The cost to participate in the payment plan is $40 each semester. The payment methods are automatic bank payment (ACH) or credit/debit card (MasterCard, Discover, and America Express are accepted. An additional fee will be assessed for payment by credit/debit card.) Payments are processed on the 5th of each month and will continue until the balance is paid in full. Email communications of each step will come to the student and family as desired.

Students who have financial aid that will cover their entire semester balance will still complete the online Pending Aid Payment Plan (with no charge unless the aid does not happen).

Please note that students who are not current on a payment plan or paid in full two weeks prior to the first day of school may be dis-enrolled from all classes.

To find out more information regarding Drury’s payment plan, please go to www.mycollegepaymentplan.com/drury. If you have questions, please contact Drury Student Financial Services at (417) 873-7343 or studentfinancialservices@drury.edu.

Any balance not covered by an approved payment plan will be assessed interest at 1% per month on the unpaid balance, or 12% per annum. A past due student account balance will result in notification from the Director of Financial Services to the student to officially withdraw from classes.