Drury University announced they will be holding two in-person commencement ceremonies, one on Friday, May 14, and one on Saturday, May 15.
The first ceremony will be for graduates of Drury GO and the College of Graduate Studies on Friday at 6:30 p.m. in the O’Reilly Family Events Center. There will be 170 Drury Go graduates and 61 graduates who will be earning a master’s degree.
The Saturday ceremony will be for traditional residential day school graduates, and begins at 11 a.m.. The school will be graduating 248 students.
The school will implement social distancing requirements as they did with ceremonies last August and December. All attendees to the ceremony will have their body temperature checked at the door before they can enter the Events Center. One-time use masks will be available for those who show up without their own mask. Seats will be blocked off to enforce distancing between family groups.
In lieu of a commencement speaker, the school will honor John & Crystal Beuerlein of the Class of 1975 with the second-ever “Spirit of Drury Award.”