High School Enrichment Program
Outstanding high school juniors and seniors are welcome to join Drew University’s community of distinguished faculty and exceptional students through the High School Enrichment Program. Participation in this program enables you to enroll directly in introductory or intermediate level courses–either during the academic year or in summer term. Credits earned may be applied toward a degree from Drew University or transferred to another college. This semester high school enrichment students are taking courses in mathematics, classics, psychology, English literature and history.
The Post-Baccalaureate Program is designed for students who have already completed a bachelor’s degree and who wish to take an undergraduate course/s for credit in preparation for a new career for advanced degree work. Post-baccalaureate students are attracted by Drew’s small classes, excellent faculty, and rigorous course of day-time study on a non-matriculated basis.
Post-Baccalaureate Pre-Medical Preparation Program
The Post-Baccalaureate Pre-Medical Preparation Program is designed for students who need additional undergraduate course work in math and the sciences in preparation for application to medical or other health professions schools. A health professions advisor is available to help guide and mentor students in this program. Post-Baccalaureate Pre-Medical Preparation students have access to the same academic resources and activities as other Drew students, including our graduate-level library, full network access and extracurricular activities.
Special and Visiting Student Program
The Special and Visiting Student Program is utilized by approximately 35 students each semester, all who wish to take advantage of Drew’s small classes, excellent faculty, and rigorous course of day-time study on a temporary basis. Many participants specifically utilize this program to:
- Take a course or two for transfer back to their home college or university.
- Have an introductory experience to Drew, or college in general, before committing to a degree program.
- Take courses in preparation for a new career or advanced degree work.
Community Education Audit
Drew University’s Community Education Audit (CEA) program provides adults and other community members the opportunity to sit in on undergraduate courses on a non-credit basis at a substantially reduced fee.
Drew’s College of Liberal Arts has the primary responsibility of educating its undergraduate students, thus some classes, such as the more hands-on studio art, writing, and computer science classes, are not appropriate for auditors. However, there are plenty of other courses to pick and choose from!