Campus Resources

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Career Center - The Career Center provides tools for students to discover their passions and strengths, and utilize that information to help students plan their collegiate and professional careers. The Career Center also provides job coaching and internship opportunities for all students. All on-campus recruitment is directed through the Career Center. If a student is interested in pursuing graduate education, the Career Center can guide them through their search.

Parking - Any questions or concerns with parking will be addressed by the Safety and Security Office located in Findlay Student Center. Students should register their vehicles no later than August 31st of each year, and be mindful of the rules and regulations for each Drury parking lot.

Counseling Services - Drury fosters personal growth in all students as well as professional development. Drury's on-campus counseling service can help students with situations or issues that can impede their well-being. All services are free and confidential.

Disability Services - Students with a physical, mental or learning disability can request accommodation through the Disability Support Services Offices. The Director of Disability Support will work with the student to create an individual plan to help them meet their academic needs, and continue to follow up with the student to make sure they are being fully accommodated.

First-Year Experience Office - The First-Year Experience Office is a resource for all first-year students to help them acclimatize to campus and collegiate challenges that arise as part of the growing process. The office assists students with goal setting, time management, academic concerns, and personal issues.

Technology Support - Technology Support provides assistance for all students with computer-related issues. Technology Support helps students set up their computer on the campus network, maintains their Drury account, and is available to answer computer questions at the Technology Support Help Desk.

Academic Planning - Every student at Drury has advised by a faculty member. Faculty is available during their office hours or by appointment. The faculty help students create academic goals, plan their course load, and explain academic programs and degree requirements.

SUB - The Student Union Board is a student-run organization that plans events on campus that help build community and diversity through engaging extracurricular activities. Funding for these projects comes from fees allocated by the Student Government Association. Students interested in activities or becoming part of the SUB should look into their Website for more information.

International Support Services - The Office for International Support Services seeks to provide opportunities for learning and growth for all students by sponsoring and planning study abroad programs. Participation in these programs not only counts for undergraduate credit, but also expands the student's worldview and thinking.

Campus Bookstore - The university bookstore is located on the lower level of the Findlay Student Center. In addition to selling new and used textbooks, the Campus Bookstore also sells Drury clothing and items, art supplies, study aids, and more. Textbooks can be specially ordered through the Campus Bookstore.

Panther Clinic - Full-time students at Drury are eligible for health services made possible through a contractual agreement with Cox Health. The Panther Clinic is located in Weiser Gym and is staffed Monday through Friday for consultation, health information, and immunization. The student should be aware of all required immunizations and limitations on health care provided.

Community Outreach & Leadership Development - Leadership & Volunteer Development is Drury's liaison with the surrounding community. Volunteering, service, and outreach projects are all planned and facilitated by Leadership & Volunteer Development. The office also oversees the Summit Park Leadership Community program.

Student Affairs - Student Affairs office at Drury is in charge of the Leadership Drury program. This program fosters opportunities for leadership development in both formal and informal settings.The course is facilitated by a number of faculty and is offered twice during the academic year.

Food Services - Drury provides its food service through a contract with Aladdin Food Management. Food is available in several building on campus, and the style of food service differs in each location. All residential students have a meal plan that is accessed through their Drury ID.