Employment Resources


Employment Resources

Last updated: May 13, 2020

To decrease the potential health risk to Drew and our larger community during the coronavirus outbreak, Drew University began to operate in Drew Virtual Time for both learning and business beginning on Monday, March 16, 2020. Subsequently, New Jersey Governor Murphy issued Executive Orders closing all schools and non-essential business operations. As virtual time has progressed, many of our business needs have changed. While some jobs can continue virtually and/or remotely, not all can and not all positions are needed during DVT.

Over the past few weeks, we have been carefully monitoring the continuing situation involving the COVID-19 pandemic. We are still hoping for a return to on-campus activity as soon as possible; however, it is now clear that the restrictions established as a result of the pandemic will stay in place for some time. On May 6, Governor Murphy extended New Jersey’s public health emergency status for a second time, and government leaders and public health experts agree we must continue to practice social distancing, including staying home as much as possible. 

Given all of this information—and after much discussion and consultation—Drew will remain in DVT at least through August 7, 2020.


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