Summer 2013 Term Registration Open!
Registration deadline for summer workshops is May 27th, don’t delay!
Notice to Faculty and Students of the Historic Preservation Program
Now entering its fifteenth year, the Certificate in Historic Preservation has offered over 120 courses, provided essential training to local historic commissions, received a grant from the New Jersey Historical Commission, and was the recipient of a 2001 New Jersey Historic Preservation Award. But most importantly, this program has awarded certificates to over 170 graduates who continue to promote the importance of historic preservation in their own community. Some have even gone on to graduate programs and new careers as a result of their experience at Drew University.
These courses are designed for anyone interested in the field of preservation: members of historic preservation commissions, town planners, attorneys and engineers. Our audience includes real estate professionals, volunteers at historic sites, owners of old or historic buildings, architects, developers and contractors, designers, and artisans in the construction field.
2012-2013 brochures are available, and can be requested via email.
AP Summer Institute for Teachers
REGISTRATION IS OPEN for 2013 AP Summer Institute: August 5th-August 9th
$880 for Drew University’s one-week workshop
NOTE: Do Not Delay! APSI 2013 price goes up from $880 to $930 after July 5th!
Drew University is pleased to offer continuing education opportunities and training to teachers of Advanced Placement Program courses in eight academic disciplines including: Calculus AB, English Language and Composition, English Literature and Composition, Government & Politics, Statistics, US History and World History. The 2013 Drew University AP Summer Institutes for Teachers will be held Monday, August – Friday, August 9, 2013. Classes meet Monday through Thursday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., and Friday from 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., on the Drew University campus.
The Drew University Summer Institute has been endorsed by the College Board and all workshops are led by experienced AP instructors.
Community Education Audit
Summer 2013 Program Booklet and course listings will be available May 6th
Drew University’s Community Education Audit (or CEA) program provides adults, au pairs and other community members the opportunity to sit in on undergraduate courses at a substantially reduced fee. English as a Second Language (ESL) classes are also available.
Mini-Courses at the Madison Public Library
Summer 2013 course listings will be available May 20th.
The Mini-Courses at the Madison Public Library program of non-credit short courses is jointly sponsored by Drew University’s Office of Lifelong Learning and the Friends of the Madison Public Library. Topics covered over the years include classes in the humanities, arts, sciences, business, and current events.
These courses are intended to be suitable for the general public, with no prerequisites. However, they are taught at a level consistent with Drew University’s outstanding academic reputation. There are no examinations, grades, or required reading. Up-to-date course listings can be viewed on this website or at www.drewminicourses.org