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Founded in 1867, Drew University is located on a beautiful, wooded, 186-acre campus called The Forest. Drew is a vibrant, diverse, friendly and personal university community right next to the powerhouse world capital of New York City. But enough about us; let’s learn about you. Use the forms below to tell us more about yourself, and we’ll send you information related to your academic interests, events, and more. Then you can see if Drew is the right fit for you.


Undergraduate

First-year, transfer, and other students interested in an undergraduate degree—Drew is the place to launch your future. Our majors and programs, hundreds of internships and research opportunities, one-of-a-kind NYC semesters, study abroad offerings and personal mentoring by stellar faculty guarantees purpose-driven, experience-based career readiness for every student, steeped in a connection to a lifelong, worldwide community.


Graduate

Drew’s Caspersen School of Graduate Studies offers a wide array of distinctive and flexible advanced degree programs designed to meet the needs of almost any busy schedule. All programs are based on Drew’s renowned commitment to faculty-student mentorship, opportunities for out-of-the-classroom experiential learning and facilitating a robust intellectual community.


Theological

The next generation of faith leaders needs imagination and courage to constructively engage the challenges and opportunities of our age. This is built into how we do things. No matter your degree program, a Drew Theological School education includes interdisciplinary courses that demand out-of-the-box thinking, apprenticeship training that addresses real-world issues and modes of learning that promote adaptability and innovation.


Happy #InaugurationDay !

We asked #DrewU faculty experts to offer advice for the incoming Biden-Harris administration. Read what they had to say about racial and social justice, COVID-19, the economy, and more. Link in bio.
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Join us next Monday, January 18, for our annual Day of Service celebrating and honoring the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his legacy.

From virtual service opportunities to speakers like Clara Ester, a former colleague and friend of Dr. King, come together with the #DrewU community for a day planned in response to Dr. King’s enduring question: “What are you doing for others?”

Link in bio for event schedule
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Happy New Year! Here’s to a brighter year! #2021 #DrewU 🎉🎇🎊🎆 ...

Happy last day of finals! Congrats and thank you to everyone in the #DrewU community who made this unique and challenging semester possible. ...

We are incredibly thankful for the #DrewU community’s care, perseverance, and patience in this trying year. Have a safe, healthy, and happy #Thanksgiving! 💙💚 ...

We lost an icon with Alex Trebek’s passing on Sunday. It’s no surprise that virtual trivia was among the first places students gathered as #DrewU implemented a remote fall 2020 semester.

#tbt to 2018 when Drew made an appearance on @jeopardy
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Head to Drew.edu/stories for our story on the Biden-#DrewU connection, info on Thursday’s faculty panel on the election, and analysis on the recently-named Transition COVID-19 Advisory Board. ...