Drury University is a private liberal arts college in Springfield, Missouri
Drury University enrolls about 1,600 undergraduates, 450 graduate students in six master’s programs, and 3,160 students in the College of Continuing Professional Studies.
Established in 1873, Drury is consistently ranked among the best liberal arts universities in the American Midwest. In 2013, the Drury Panthers Men’s Basketball team won the NCAA Division II Championships.
Drury is a mid-size undergraduate and graduate research university, accredited by The Higher Learning Commission. The university offers 54 undergraduate majors and several professional degrees through the Hammons School of Architecture, Breech School of Business Administration, and School of Education & Child Development.
Drury has been at or near the top of the U.S. News and World Report “Great Schools at Great Prices” list for the Midwest since 1999, including five years in the #1 slot. It was ranked No. 8 on U.S. News and World Report’s Best Regional Universities (Midwest) for 2014. It has been included in Princeton Review’s Guide to Green Colleges since 2010. Other accolades include Honorable Mention for Best Liberal Arts School in the Nation by Time Magazine, a top producer of Fulbright Scholars in 2011 according to the Institute of International Education, and one of 13 “Institutions of Excellence” by the Policy Center on the First Year of College.