- 4 Year
- MADISON, NJ
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- Academicsgrade B
- Valuegrade B+
- Diversitygrade A
- Campusgrade C
- Athleticsgrade C+
- Party Scenegrade C
- Professorsgrade B
- Locationgrade B+
- Dormsgrade C
- Campus Foodgrade C minus
- Student Lifegrade C+
- Safetygrade B minus
Drew University is so much more than a place to earn your degree. It’s where you’ll meet some of your closest friends. Get connected to life-changing mentors. Learn in ways that could take you around the globe, or straight into the real world of professional life, meaningful community action, and leading social change.
As a Drew student, you can choose from 40+ majors, 60+ minors, 18 Dual-Degree programs, and 17 pre-professional programs. And you’ll graduate with a purpose – not to mention the skills employers are looking for, and an experience-based résumé that ties everything together.
As for our location, it’s hard to beat: Madison, NJ, is a picture-perfect small town that’s only an hour from all the opportunities of NYC. On campus, you’ll find 90+ clubs and organizations, 22 NCAA Division III athletic teams, and every kind of event (from fun festivals to TEDx). Drew puts you everywhere you want to be.
Drew University Rankings
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Most Popular Majors
- Business59 Graduates
- Psychology38 Graduates
- Biology27 Graduates
- Economics23 Graduates
- English21 Graduates
- Drama and Theatre Production20 Graduates
- Neuroscience and Neurobiology19 Graduates
- Computer Science18 Graduates
- Political Science and Government16 Graduates
- Studio Arts13 Graduates
Drew University Announces Six New Dual-Degree Programs
The new programs add to the already robust list of Dual-Degree offerings at Drew, which has partnerships with schools like Columbia, Duke, NYU, and Washington University in St. Louis in fields like business management, cybersecurity, engineering, law, medicine, and software engineering.
- Mix of Online and on Campus0%
- On Campus0%
- Somewhat privileged, but also creative33%
- Open minded10%
- kind and accepting7%
- The most accepting, creative people you will meet7%
- At the edge of typical3%
- Small place where big things happen39%
- I hate it13%
- Waste of time3%
Drew University Reviews
Another really nice part about Drew University is the town it is located in. Madison, New Jersey is a really nice town filled with cute Mom-n-Pop shops and several restaurants. There aren't many chain restaurants besides the Chipotle and Domino's, so it can be a bit price-y, but the atmosphere is very pleasant and safe.
The only downside to Drew would be the food situation. The Commons cafeteria needs a lot of work, and I've gotten food poisoning there a couple times during my 4 years. The EC is great though!
Drew wasn't a fit for me, but very well may be a fit for others!