Day of Writing & End to Procrastination – update and prize winner

Thank you to the 87 students who shared what they were working on during Drew’s first Day of Writing/End to Procrastination on May 5th. A total of 93 of you guessed how many pieces of candy were in the bowl at 9:00am. The answer is 627. Congratulations to Corrine Snyder who wins the Chipotle gift card.

Are Your Relocating or Traveling in the U.S., Canada, or Abroad? GoinGlobal–a Career-Related Resource–Can Help. Student Webinar Today at 4 PM

Are you planning to study, travel, or work overseas? Are you planning to relocate elsewhere in the U.S. or Canada? Are you advising globally-minded students? Then check out GoinGlobal, a comprehensive resource–both internationally and domestically–for jobs, internships, employers, customs, cultures, and work regulations. It is sponsored by Drew’s Center for Career Development. GoinGlobal is offering […]

Student Summer Storage

Recognizing the important need for some of our residents, Drew is proud to have summer storage available on a limited, first come-first served basis. As the program is developing, you should know that storage locations are not climate controlled. The University assumes no responsibility for lost, damaged or stolen items. You must be registered with […]

Juniors: If You Have or Expect a Paid Summer Internship in the Financial Sector, Apply for the Wall Street Exchange Program—Deadline Monday, May 18

If you are working this summer in the financial industry in the New York metro area, boost your knowledge and network by participating in the 2015 Wall Street Exchange Summer Program. This free program includes 9 evenings of professional networking and learning events from mid-June until early August. Don’t wait until finalizing your summer employment […]

Pre-Law Students: Check out These Internships with the State of Connecticut Judiciary

Are you thinking about law school? Are you looking for an internship experience this summer or fall? Then check out the Connecticut Judicial Branch internships, also known as the Experiential Learning Program (ELP). It is open to all majors and all years in school. Gain hands-on experience through training sessions, seminars, meetings, and orientations. Request […]


Comfort Day in Student Activities!

Take a break from writing papers and studying and join us in Student Activities for some fun! We will have lots of snacks and relaxing (mindless) games! 11am-3pm Wednesday| May 6 in EC 138.