Last year alone, Drew University awarded over $26 million in institutional aid to students of all three schools. By offering this financial assistance, Drew is able to attract and retain a talented and diverse student body. You can support this goal by making a gift to scholarship support. Gifts may be designated to the general scholarship endowment, a class scholarship fund, or to one of many scholarships named in honor of faculty, alumni and family.
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Make a Gift Online to Student Scholarships.
An endowed professorship, chair or deanship is a position that is funded in perpetuity with revenue from an invested account designated for that purpose. Endowed positions are awarded to faculty members who have distinguished themselves through their work in the classroom and respective academic disciplines, and support the recruitment and retention of an outstanding teachers and scholars.
Learn More About Faculty Endowments.
The highest funding priority for Drew University is to build the endowment so that we may offer competitive scholarships to prospective students and continue to develop outstanding programs of study.
Learn More About Establishing an Endowed Fund.
Endowment gifts not only provide crucial support for the university, but can also create a permanent legacy for the donor or person honored through a tribute gift.
Endowment gifts are invested and each year a portion of the revenue generated by the endowment (typically 5%) is used to fund student support, academic programs, and faculty positions.
Learn More About the Endowment.