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Adjunct Instructor Application

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Thank you for expressing interest in teaching courses in area schools as part of Drury University’s Adjunct program. We value engaged learning and offer students a network of faculty and staff who are committed to their success. Upon review of your application materials, we may determine that your skills and background are an excellent fit with our adjunct instructional needs.

Please follow the steps listed below to be considered for approval to teach adjunct courses for Drury University:

  1. Complete the application (found below).
  2. Email resume to adjunct@drury.edu.
  3. Request an official transcript of your highest degree. You will need to contact the issuing institution and request that an official transcript be sent directly to Drury University. (A master’s degree and 18 credit hours in the area in which you wish to teach are required.)
  4. Submit unofficial transcripts (copies) of all other graduate and undergraduate degrees and coursework. Unofficial transcripts must include the name of the issuing institution, name of the student and degree conferred.

The above items may be emailed to adjunct@drury.edu or mailed to:

Barbara Quas
College of Continuing Professional Studies
Drury University
900 N. Benton Avenue
Springfield, MO 65802

If you need assistance with the application process, please call Barbara at (417) 873-7329.

Personal Information

Educational Background

Other Institutions Attended

Professional Certifications

Please provide us with copies of certificates you hold applicable to your teaching. Email these documents to adjunct@drury.edu. Please include your name and position you are applying for in the email.

Teaching Experience

Professional References

Courses You Feel Qualified to Teach

Applicant's Statement

I certify that answers given herein are complete to the best of my knowledge. I authorize investigation of all statements contained in this application for employment as may be necessary in arriving at an employment decision. In the event of employment, I understand that false or misleading information given in my application or interview(s) may result in discharge. I understand, also, that I am required to abide by all rules and regulations of the employer. I agree to provide official transcripts of my post-secondary degrees upon employment.

Non-Discrimination Statement

Approved by Board of Trustees 5-16-14
Updated 10-1-15, Updated 9-1-16

Drury University is an open and welcoming community from a rich variety of cultures, races and socio-economic backgrounds. The mission and goals of the university dedicate the institution to being a community which “affirms the quality and worth of all peoples” and appreciates the “diversity of human culture, language, history and experience.”

Drury University does not discriminate on the basis of disability, race, color, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, or veteran status in its programs and activities. The following persons have been designated to handle inquiries regarding Drury’s non-discrimination policies::

Interim Title IX Coordinator
Director – Student Conduct
Drury University
900 North Benton Avenue
Findlay Student Center– Room 120
Springfield, MO 65802
(417) 873-6894
phinkle@drury.edu

Deputy Coordinator – Non-Discrimination/Harassment & Title IX
V.P. for Student Affairs / Dean of Students
Drury University
900 North Benton Avenue
Findlay Student Center – Room 201
Springfield, MO 65802
(417) 873-7215
tjulian@drury.edu

Deputy Coordinator – Non-Discrimination/Harassment & Title IX
Director – M.A. Communication Program
Drury University
900 North Benton Avenue
Shewmaker Communication Center – Room 138
(417) 873-7391
ctaylor@drury.edu

Drury’s policies related to non-discrimination and their locations are as follows:

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.