Ann Saunders, director of the Monett campus, at left, and Patty Bounous, instructor for Drury's fitness for life and bowling classes, looked over the new resource. Saunders said each classroom has computers.
[Times Photo by Murray Bishoff]
The new computer lab has been installed at the former First United Methodist Church education wing as part of the facility's conversion to classrooms for Drury University.
Ann Saunders, director of the Monett campus, said each classroom has computers. The lab is specifically used for the composition, expository writing and desktop applications classes, and is available for any students doing research.
The upper floor of the church building is now in use for Drury classes. Remodeling on lower floors is continuing. An open house is planned this fall.