You are part of an extraordinary network of over 4,500 Drew Theological School alumni who serve as ministers, preachers and prophets, scholars, educators, deacons, pastoral counselors, and activists around the world. Drew alumni are equipped to offer transformative leadership for a global Christianity of justice and ecumenism in an interconnected and changing world.
This web portal, especially for Theological School alumni, makes it easy to stay connected with the seminary and with fellow graduates. Learn about alumni events and programs, continued educational opportunities, and sustaining the work of Drew Theological School.
In order to receive invitations, Drew magazine, Theo Spirit and other communications, please make sure to update your information. You can also share news about professional and volunteer work, publications, awards, family or other noteworthy life events through Class Notes.
We look forward to hearing from you!
Director of Theological Alumni Relations and Lifelong Learning
Opportunities abound for you to be an active member of the Drew Theological School alumni community! You can volunteer through the Theological Alumni Association, worship with us in chapel, and continue your education through workshops, conferences, and webinars. Take advantage of programs and services available only to Drew Alumni. You are vital to our community as you serve globally, and we look forward to your involvement as alumni!
Each year Drew provides generous scholarships and financial aid to an overwhelming number of seminarians. Last year that amounted to over $3.8 million drawn from the university endowment and operating budget.
Drew’s ability to provide this level of support—and ensure that students can pursue and complete their studies—is made possible by the generosity of alumni and other friends of theological education. You can make outright donations to the annual fund or an existing scholarship, or set up a new scholarship through a pledge, bequest or charitable gift annuity.
Share your news! Submit stories and photos online anytime through DREWnet, or send notes by email to Drew magazine (published three times a year).
DREWnet is a password-protected website, just for the Drew community, which you can use to register for an event, share and read online Class Notes, and search for alumni in your area.
Stay current with everything Drew. Make sure your email address is up-to-date so you receive announcements, notices about events, Theo Spirit and GDR News.
Let us know how we can support you in ministry. Contact Nancy VanderVeen, Director of Alumni Relations and Lifelong Learning or Rev. Dr. Pauline Kang, Assistant Dean of Church and External Relations and Director of Theological Advancement.