Drew University

Clubs at Drew

student-driven student life

Your Drew experience is yours to define. In one day, you can practice medieval combat, spin at WMNJ, walk for tetanus awareness and screen a social justice documentary. What about tomorrow?

Rugby Football Club

A Drew institution for men since 1962 and women since 1992, our rugby club teams compete against colleges up and down the East Coast. The only requirement is a tough attitude. Hope you don’t mind getting a little dirty.

Insanity’s Horse

Wanna go for a ride? The student-curated undergraduate literary magazine publishes art, photography, poetry, personal essays and short fiction. “Art is intended to reflect life,” say the editors. Find Drew’s inner life reflected here.

ASiA Club

From economics to philosophy to pop culture, Asian countries have a powerful influence on the rest of the world. The ASiA (Asian Significance in America) Club raises awareness of these cultures through speakers and events, like the annual Entertasia festival, featuring everything from tai chi to taiko drummers.

36 Madison Avenue

“MadAve” is the best thing to come out of a dorm bathroom since—well, anything, really. Since their humble beginnings a quarter-century ago, Drew’s all-male a cappella group has sung hundreds of songs, recorded seven albums and won several shiny awards. Never a dull moment, and never a flat note.

Drew Honduras Project

This long-lived, student-run service project provides aid to children’s homes and orphanages in the Central American nation. The project culminates in a week-long visit to Honduras after classes end in May. “This trip,” say the organizers,” is people caring about people.”

Drew University Chemistry Society

So, yes, this is the place to be if you’re excited about chemistry and want to bond covalently with your classmates. But more importantly, you get to make ice cream using liquid nitrogen. Is that even legal?

Ubuntu Pan-African Choir

The choir, whose name means “unity, togetherness and interdependence of humanity,” brings dozens of voices together to bridge racial, ethnic, cultural and religious differences through the diverse music of the African diaspora.

Or start one

If Drew doesn’t already have a club for what captivates you, launch one. We’ll tell you how—no stress, no mess. It’s easy to make Drew your own.