At Drury University, “The campus is beautiful and the class sizes are just right.” Add to that a “large, diverse selection of classes,” “top-notch” academics, and a strong focus on “sustainability and global awareness,” and you can see why Drury University is a campus full of extremely satisfied students. Located in Springfield, Missouri, “Drury has the mission to give students the opportunity to fight for what they believe in, but to understand the views of others as well.” The school is well-known for its “green” standards and prides itself in “training young professionals to make an impact for a better and more sustainable future.”
Off-campus, “There is lots to do in Springfield for fun. There are plenty of awesome restaurants and movie theaters, and the Battlefield Mall is pretty impressive. Also, downtown Springfield offers a lot. Overall, it’s a college town (with three or four other schools) so it is catered to college-age students.”
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