Drury University offers advising support, degree options for former Vatterott students
SPRINGFIELD, Mo., December 19, 2018 — The team at Drury University’s Evening and Online Program is committed to helping students affected by the sudden closure of Vatterott College return to their studies and get on the path to earning their degree as quickly as possible.
Advisors are available to speak with students about their academic future. All Vatterott students affected by the closure are invited to speak with Drury representatives in person at any of our eight locations January 2-4 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. each day. Advisors are also available via phone and email immediately, and throughout the university’s holiday closure, for questions and additional information.
Additionally, any former Vatterott College student who decides to enroll in an evening or online degree program will receive a $200 book voucher.
Drury University’s Evening and Online Program offers over 20 associate and bachelor degrees available entirely online, with seated degree programs offered at eight locations throughout southwest and mid-Missouri. All of Drury’s programs are fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. Drury also has a Veterans Certifying Official on staff to help coordinate veterans' educational benefits for those who qualify.
Students are encouraged to call (417) 873-6349 or email email@example.com more information or to make an appointment to speak to an advisor in their area.
Media Contact: Mike Brothers, Executive Director of University Relations - (417) 873-7390 or firstname.lastname@example.org.