Fusion First Day and New Student Orientation
Fusion First Day
UPDATE: We are at capacity for Friday, June 26 and July 30.
You do not need to register for the Virtual Fusion First Day event. Information and links will be sent to all students in mid-July.
Due to COVID -19 and to ensure the safety of all our new students and families, we will be offering multiple Fusion First Day events as well as a Virtual Fusion First Day option that will be available online . Each in person event will be limited to 100 students and students will only be allowed to have one guest accompany them. The dates for Fusion First Days are: Friday, June 26 and Tuesday, June 30. Throughout the day, students will have the chance to meet with faculty, staff, current administrators and current Drury students. Students will also meet a Fuse 101 professor and classmates for the first time. Students will also have the opportunity to meet with their orientation groups and receive all important information through the virtual format. If you are unable to attend an in-person event we will send you information to participate in the Virtual Fusion First Day. This will include live virtual residence hall tours, all the important information you need, as well as virtual meetings with your orientation leaders and group.
New Student Orientation
Due to COVID-19 and in efforts to maintain social distancing there will be modified plans for new student move-in and orientation.
Ongoing efforts are being made to ensure the safety of all our students, families, faculty and staff. Due to these measures, we will not be able to have a traditional Move-in Day. Additional information will be forthcoming.
New Student Orientation is required for all new freshmen, transfer and international students. The focus of orientation is to ensure new students have a smooth and successful transition to college life and life at Drury! .
Upperclassmen Orientation Leaders will be present during Freshman First Day and throughout orientation to assist new students by answering questions, providing guidance and informing students about what they can expect once classes begin on Monday, August 24 at 5 p.m.