Live in The Forest.


Campus Life

The beautiful, wooded campus at Drew. The town of Madison, rich in culture. New York City, that powerhouse world capital, just a train ride away.

It’s an atmosphere to thrive in, with world-class opportunity in easy reach.

Our Roots Run Deep

From its undergraduate college to seminary and graduate school, Drew is a place of growth. We plant, till and harvest ideas in the classroom to the rhythm of the abundant nature outside. Whether taking outdoor classes, working in the Theological School’s Community Garden or strolling in the Zuck Arboretum, The Forest provides a place for you to thrive.

The Scenery is Still Beautiful Off-Campus

Just up the street, you’ll find downtown Madison, with its Food Channel-famous cafés, cute shops and music scene. Also located with a one-hour radius of Drew are the Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge, the Jersey Shore, Meadowlands Sports Complex, Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area and the ski resorts of the Pocono Mountains

Forest to City and Back Again

Hop a train or bus into the Big Apple. Intern at a Fortune 500 company, network or just explore. Then come home to Drew for the evening, recharging your batteries with sports games, chats with roommates or strolls through The Forest Preserve before heading back to the big city tomorrow.

Drew is so close to everything. It's really great how you can go to New York, to Newark and then come back to campus and take classes—all in one day. ”
Mariel Hooper C'14
English and Political Science double major at Drew, now attending Harvard Law School.

A Bird's-Eye Drew.

Drew is nestled into 186 acres of nature, dotted with historic buildings and modern amenities.