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Talks, dance and a documentary.
Two black students graduated from Drew in 1889—years before the same occurred at Princeton or Rutgers.
The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. visited in 1964.
Our one-of-a-kind, leading-edge path to a degree syncs career development with rigorous academics and powerful community.
We double down on your future by pairing your studies with career prep.
So in fall 2018, we lowered our tuition by 20%.
We guarantee two (but you can have three or four!) resume-ready experiences like internships, hands-on research and City Semesters.
You belong to a powerful community of friends for life, first-rate fellow students and 25,000+ alums.
Hear about our new Launch program and how we lowered tuition by 20%. Take tours, learn about classes, student life & more!
Be a more competitive candidate. Improve your chances for top scholarships.
See an original work created by Drew students under the guidance of the internationally renowned Tectonic Theater Project.
• Teacher Ed Info Session: Feb. 19.
• Finance Info Session: Mar. 12.
• Spring Open House: Mar. 31.
Kudos for faculty mentorship, NYC programs, lower tuition.
Excels in student engagement, campus environment.
Heathers: The Musical featured 19 songs.
Recognizes sustainability efforts.
Guide cites NYC semesters, access to internships, impactful professors.
Guide cites hands-on learning experiences, campus life, proximity to N.Y.C.
A flexible program for college grads and working professionals.
Students work with Habitat for Humanity, Market Street Mission.
Patrick McGuinn is a top scholar on education policy.
Debra Pierce Coen C’97 on how Drew helped get her there.
Dan Chiariello C’86 cites professors who inspired him.
Twice-honored state STEM scholar and human half of “Ida and Evie.”