THE/Wall Street Journal recognizes diverse assortment of majors, close proximity to N.Y.C. and unique, hands-on learning opportunities.

Wall Street is the focus of one of six N.Y.C. semesters that Drew offers.

September 2017 – Drew University is one of the best liberal arts schools in the U.S., according to Times Higher Education’s World University Rankings.

Times Higher Education’s list of the 100 best liberal arts colleges and universities is based on data from the Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education U.S. College Rankings.

Making the list places Drew in select company, as there are nearly 250 liberal arts schools in the U.S., according to data from The Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education. In that context, Drew ranks near the top third nationwide.

In its description of Drew, Times Higher Education notes the University’s diverse assortment of undergraduate majors, close proximity to New York City and unique programs, including the Research Institute for Scientists Emeriti, Center for Civic Engagement and N.Y.C. semesters.

Drew offers six semesters in N.Y.C. that immerse students in everything from the U.N., Wall Street and contemporary art to social entrepreneurship, theatre and communications and media. And the city is just a 50-minute train ride away from Drew’s hometown of Madison, N.J.