Invest in Success
Drew has an array of academic programs with stellar student outcomes: Ivy graduate schools, immediate job placement, community impact . . . you get the idea.
Just the resources to admit more students.
In the last five years, Drew has launched a number of new academic offerings designed to serve high-achieving students. They join Drew’s two highly esteemed science programs for undergraduates: RISE, the Charles A. Dana Research Institute for Scientists Emeriti, and DSSI, the Drew Summer Science Institute.
Drew recognizes promising scholars and leaders with an invitation to the Baldwin Honors program, which includes a substantial four-year scholarship, opportunities for independent study and research and access to master classes and VIP receptions.
Drew’s Civic Scholars program rewards applicants showing extraordinary commitment to the community with a $20,000, four-year scholarship and inclusion in special seminars and community-based classes.
The Drew Summer Science Institute accommodates up to 40 students each year who use their summer break to conduct research with faculty. In the fall, they prepare professional-grade posters to share with the Drew community.
Drew has an outstanding group of science professors, but it has something other universities don’t: RISE and its suite of offices filled with former scientists from top-flight labs who mentor undergraduates on applied research.
Master of Arts in Teaching
With the brand new 4+1 program that paves the way for Drew undergrads to move straight from the college into the Caspersen School’s one-year MAT program, it’s a perfect time to further grow Drew’s teaching degree. For four years in a row, Drew student-teachers have won teaching awards from the State of New Jersey.
Assume a leadership role at Drew by founding a named program for high-achieving students. Learn more on the One And All Endowment page.
At RISE, Christian Maggio preps to take down virulent viruses.
Does the MAT program attract award-winning students, or build them?
Baldwin Honors students have class with former U.N. Secretary Kofi Annan.