Drew offers college graduates the opportunity to attend undergraduate course/s for credit in preparation for a new career or for advanced degree work.  Post-Baccalaureate students may have access to all academic and extracurricular resources offered at Drew and earn a Drew transcript.

This program is intended for students who need additional undergraduate course work in an area other than the major pursued during their BA or BS.  Post-Baccalaureate students are held to the same academic standards as other Drew undergraduates and have access to the same academic resources and activities as other students in the department.

Post-baccalaureate students who need additional undergraduate course work in math and the sciences in preparation for application to medical or other health professions school should apply through the Post-Baccalaureate Pre-Medical Preparation Program.

Please be aware that Drew University does not offer a second BA program; the Post-Baccalaureate Program does not lead to the awarding of a degree from Drew.

Application Process

All students, part-time or full-time, must go through an application process. To apply for the Post Baccalaureate Program, students must submit:

Applications will only be reviewed once all required application materials have been received.  Applicants intending to complete the requirements of a major will meet with the chair of department in which they will be studying. This meeting affords applicants an opportunity to discuss academic goals and concerns and also serve as an admission interviews.

The deadline for completed applications is August 8 for the fall semester and January 2 for the spring semester.

Post-Baccalaureate Student Life

The Office of Continuing Education provides pre-admissions counseling and an individualized orientation to help ease your acclimation to our campus. As a participant in the Post-Baccalaureate Programs, you have full access to Drew University’s student services and facilities including: a graduate-level library, academic advising, the counseling center, the writing center, and the tutoring program. The Simon Forum and Athletic Center is available for use throughout your stay at our university.

More information about student life can be found on the Student Life Website.

Campus housing is available for full-time students on a space available basis.

Registering for Classes

All college courses are open to Post-Baccalaureate Program students on a space-available basis, providing all prerequisites are met. Students admitted to this program register one month prior to the start of classes for each semester. Although no guarantees can be made in regards to availability of courses, every effort will be made to help you enroll in courses that meet your specific needs.

The current CLA course list is available on the Registrar’s Office Website.

Schedule of Semester Tuition & Fees 2017-2018

Please be aware that financial aid is not available to Post-Baccalaureate Program students. Contact Drew’s Business Office at 973/408-3114 for information about available payment plans.

2017-2018 Semester Fees
Full-Time 12-21 Credits Part-Time 1-11 Credits
Tuition $24,168 $1,511 per credit
General Fee $291 $24.25 per credit
Technology Fee $125 $10.42 per credit
Application Fee $40 $40
Orientation Fee $25 $25
Transcript Fee* $25 $25
Student sickness / Accident insurance (annual) $1,741 NA
Tuition refund insurance (semester) $210 $210
Parking Permit (annual) $200 $100

*  A one time charge that allows you to have official transcripts sent from the Office of the Registrar at any time.

All students have the option to waive the sickness/accident insurance and the tuition refund plan by submitting the completed waiver form by the due date.