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Drury Announces Spring 2023 Dean's List


Earning a spot on Drury University's Dean's List is a significant accomplishment. The recognition means a student earned 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, a top Midwestern university, according to US News & World Report.

In the spring semester, the following student(s) made the day school Dean's list:

  • Emma Geurin, Bolivar High School
  • Elijah Roberts, Bolivar High School
  • Laci Varner, Bolivar High School

Founded in 1873, today Drury University blends academic and pragmatic studies taught within a collaborative and personalized setting. Drury's academic program, Your Drury Fusion, uniquely prepares students for life and career through a blending of academic and professional learning. The program empowers students to develop intellectually, gain marketable competencies and earn credentials in specialized areas while gaining practical real-world experience. A team of mentors guide students every step of the way. Learn more at www.drury.edu/fusion.

In the spring semester, the following student(s) made the evening school Dean's list:

  • Nicole Avery-Young, Bolivar
  • Danielle Beyer, Bolivar
  • Shawna Cheney, Bolivar
  • David Courtright, Bolivar
  • Amanda Mosher, Bolivar
  • Amber Rodocker, Bolivar
  • Chase Taylor, Morrisville

Drury GO, Drury University’s evening and online program, offers six academic pathways in high-demand fields while maintaining the personalized experience and high-quality education the university is known for. GO, which stands for “Global. Online,” allows students to gain new skills, earn credentials and meet career goals in the way that works best for them – whether that’s online or at one of 10 locations across southern Missouri and northwest Arkansas. Learn more at www.drury.edu/go.