100% of students
I love the small class sizes and that the professors get to know you and are not only willing to help you when you are in their classes but also after you have passed their class.
There is not anything that I dislike about Drury.
Drury has a smaller student population, however, being in Springfield opens up the opportunity to meet even more people. If you are a musician looking for more exposure and more opportunities to perform, Drury University is the perfect place to be! This music program is one of the most supportive groups of people you will find at any university.
Some of the buildings have stairs that can be a little steep, but you get used to them rather quickly.
Any time I have a question I just call and they are very helpful.
The prices of a private school.
Despite only going to a few events, the staff is very kind and welcoming and they were very helpful at explaining what majors we were going to learn. Really made a great first impression!
The place sort of felt maze-y, but I think anyone could adjust to it.
A huge seller for us is our small class sizes. I know every single professor in the Communications building, and they know me. Our relationship is so much closer than it would be at other colleges that have lecture halls of 25-30. I appreciate how close-knit you can become with those in the major with you. I’ve made so many connections by just being in the same classes with people on the same track as me and I love it.
Some of our buildings (including the dorms) are old. We are a historical campus, which is amazing compared to Missouri State, but it has downfalls such as inconsistent heat and air, mold, constant repairs, and the visible reminders you’re on an older campus. Our food options are good but fairly limited. No fast food options in a student union or anything, but our cafeteria really isn’t that bad considering.