At Drew, the personal is powerful. That’s why we provide one-on-one support in all the academic resources you need.
You can always rely on Drew faculty and staff to help with tech support, research, understanding academic policies and procedures, accessibility services and more.
Never hesitate to seek us out. We’re here to help you succeed.
Our Office of Academic Services provides advising, tutoring, academic coaching and assistance in math, science and writing to all students.
All academics. All the time. This center offers many resources for you:
Professional staff and student tutors are available as follows:
Monday through Thursday: Noon–10 p.m.
Friday: Noon–5 p.m.
Sunday: 4–10 p.m.
Other times are available by appointment.
All first-year students are assigned a faculty adviser who supports and mentors them until they declare a major. Advisers assist students through the following processes as they develop their own academic plans:
We are proud of our diverse community of learners and are committed to removing barriers to education for students with disabilities through our Office of Accessibility Resources. This office helps students:
Have a project, but not sure how to get started? Want a quiet place to prep for exams or a comfortable space for your study group? Trying to locate a rare book or article? The university library holds 200-plus electronic research resources, more than 900,000 print and electronic books and over 100,000 print and electronic journals that span the academic spectrum. Reference books and ebooks include the most current encyclopedic and specialized sources. You’ll also find a large collection of U.S., U.N. and N.J. government documents and unique special collections.
Located right across the plaza from the main library is the United Methodist Archives and History Center, which houses the international archives of The United Methodist Church and Drew University’s Methodist Library and Special Collections. Together, the collections contain over 75,000 books, 2,000 periodical titles and 10,000 cubic feet of archival materials. With a world-renowned Methodist collection, as well as collections of religion, literature, science fiction, history, popular culture and rare books, there is something for everyone. These are collections of non-circulating material, but students and outside researchers are encouraged to use the resources for class projects, theses and dissertations.
If you need to learn how to use software, want to protect your technology from viruses, have a laptop or mobile device problem—or even want to secure a discount on a Drew-recommended laptop, Drew's University Technology can help. Skilled UT staff can be found in person at support centers across campus, online or via phone to walk you through a solution.