Drury University CCPS celebrates National Nontraditional Student Week
SPRINGFIELD, Mo., November 8, 2016 — Drury University’s College of Continuing Professional Studies is celebrating National Nontraditional Student Week.
“Drury has a long-standing commitment to continuing and professional education, and we’re pleased to have this chance to recognize our hard-working and dedicated students who often have to balance family and work responsibilities in addition to pursuing their degree,” said Aaron Jones, Dean of the College of Continuing Professional Studies.
Each branch campus is hosting special activities to honor their students. On Sunday, 37 students were inducted into the Alpha Sigma Lamda honor society. On Monday, CCPS staff gave out snacks and Drury swag to CCPS students. Other events include a “Bring A Friend to Class Night” on Wednesday evening and the annual Veterans Day Celebration at 11 a.m. on Friday in the Plaster Gallery of the O’Reilly Family Event Center. That event is open to the public.
Throughout the week, CCPS students can pick up free tickets to Saturday’s basketball game against Webster University. Tickets can be picked up between 8 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. in Burnham Hall 206.
Drury University’s College of Continuing Professional Studies offers classes in Springfield, Ava, Cabool, Fort Leonard Wood, Lebanon, Monett, St. Robert, Rolla, West Plains, and online in 8-week and 16-week terms as well as online and blended formats. For more information, visit www.drury.edu/ccps.