Graduate Student Resources
All students who complete 30 or more credit hours at Drury University become members of Drury's Alumni Association. The Alumni Association helps alumni connect with the university and with fellow graduates through club activities, continuing education opportunities, travel, sporting events, and on-campus activities including the Alumni Reunion weekend.
Graduate students are able to pick up two free tickets to any of Drury's home athletic events. To receive your tickets, you must show your student ID at the box office.
The DU Bookstore offers new and used textbooks, classroom supplies, art and architecture supplies, sportswear, sundries, insignia giftware, greeting cards, magazines, study aids and more. Books may also be purchased online.
The Career Planning & Development office seeks to aid graduate students in securing positions in business, industry and government. Career Planning & Development offers vocational counseling and assistance in securing employment.
In order to be approved to graduate from Drury University, students must fit the Requirements for Graduation outlined in the College of Graduate Studies Academic Catalog.
Drury University is committed to providing a hospitable and supportive environment to qualified students with diagnosed disabilities and to comply fully with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Housing plans require a purchase of a meal plan, but you are able to apply for a meal plan without a housing plan. As a graduate student, if you apply to live on campus you will be housed with another graduate student in campus apartments that have not been filled by undergraduate students.
There is no deadline to sign up for housing, but there is limited availability.
Drury's Learning Management System is Moodle. Please visit https://moodle.drury.edu/ for FAQs, tutorials, how to see your courses, and more.
MyDrury accounts give currently enrolled students access to several useful resources including Drury email (webmail), online library databases, and software discounts. Your computer account also allows you to log on to and use computers in the labs on campus. If you do not know your Drury username or password, please contact Technology Services. They are located on campus located in Springfield Hall, Room 222. The Technology Services office is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Graduate students with photo or validated Drury ID cards are welcome to use all the facilities at Olin Library on campus. Photocopy machines are available for students.
Free parking permits are issued by the Department of Safety & Security office located in the Findlay Student Center, Room 101, between 8 a.m.- 5 p.m., Monday through Friday (except holidays). Please bring your vehicle's DMV registration papers and license plate number with you to receive your parking permit.
The Drury Department of Safety & Security is dedicated to maintaining a safe living and learning environment for all students and members of the Drury community. The department maintains 24-hour patrols of campus, investigates on-campus offense reports, and works with local law enforcement and emergency response personnel when necessary to ensure a safe campus.
To obtain your Drury Student ID, visit the Department of Safety & Security office located in the Findlay Student Center, Room 101, between 8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday (except holidays). Your photo will be taken and they will issue you an ID card for free (replacement cards are $15).