Drury University

Drury University offers 54 undergraduate degree programs to the approximately 1,500 undergraduate students who take classes on the Springfield campus.

To earn a spot on Drury University's Dean's List, a student must earn a grade point average of 3.6 or greater (on a 4-point scale) while carrying a full-time course load of 12 or more semester hours at Drury. 

Drury is an independent University, affiliated with the United Church of Christ Christian Church, grounded in the liberal arts tradition and committed to personalized education in a community of scholars who value the arts of teaching and learning. 

Approximately 5,500 students attend classes at Drury, with 1,500 of them being undergraduates and more than 3,900 of them postgraduate students at its Springfield campus.

Drury offers 54 undergraduate degree majors.

Drury has again been named a "Best Bang for the Buck" school in the Midwest by Washington Monthly, ranking in the top 25. Drury earned outstanding marks for its ability to deliver personalized attention to students, thanks to a high percentage of classes with 25 or fewer students (90 percent) and a student-to-faculty ratio of 13 to 1. Drury's graduation rate and alumni giving rate were also highlights.

In the spring semester, the following students from Christian County made the Dean's list for the day school: 

Clever

 Alathia Keith

 Steven Schupbach

Nixa

 Jose Alcantara

 Andrea Campbell

 Hayley Cobb

 Eric Engel

 Morgan Harper

 Edmund Hodo

 Patrick Hoerning

 Michaela Howard

 Benjamin Melton

 Shelby Moore

 Maycie Palmer

 Paige Perry

 Olivia Ramsey

 Channa Robinson

 Isabel Shirey

 Lauren Slamb

 Adeline Sporleder

 Ronnie Warren

 Riley Wilson

Ozark

 Kelsey Barnett

 Rachel Bortnik

 Gabriella Bratanov

 Stephen Buechler

 Kylie Cummins

 Matthew Hasek

 Gabrielle Jagears

 Casey Murrow

 Mylan Nichols

 Colin Rader

 Connor Stokes

 Draven Weston

Saddlebrooke

 Kathy Castleberry

Sparta 

 Ashley Simpson

 Dalton Williams

Springfield

 Dakota Curnutt

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