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▲On a wooded campus just 30 miles from New York City, doors open wide for Drew students. Outstanding and dedicated professors, 95% of whom hold the highest degree in their field, help students make the personal, technological, experiential, and global connections that enrich every aspect of a liberal arts education.
■A close-knit academic community with gateways to the world

At Drew, outstanding and inspiring professors teach undergraduates in small classes and serve as mentors to their students well beyond graduation day. This intentionally intimate environment is one where students receive personal attention and experience tremendous intellectual and personal growth through in-depth and interdisciplinary study. Through advanced technology, semester programs in New York City, remarkable internship opportunities in the city and in northern New Jersey, and month-long and semester programs overseas, Drew enables students to stretch beyond their comfort zones, to experience the wider world, and to prepare for success in the workplace.


■A liberal arts education that prepares students for life and careers

Whether you major in art history, economics, or chemistry, you will develop valuable skills for personal and professional growth. You will learn how to ask the right questions about issues, how to do effective research, how to think critically and creatively, and how to communicate effectively—particularly in writing. These are precisely the skills that enable liberal arts graduates to become lifelong learners, to adapt to the changing world and workplace, and to excel in their careers. Combining these skills with the numerous opportunities for internships, faculty-guided research projects, and off-campus study helps students successfully make the connection between college and career.


■The liberal arts and technology

More than 20 years ago—in 1984— Drew recognized the importance and role that technology would play in education. It was the first liberal arts college to provide a personal computer, printer, and software materials to all students. This package is still offered today. The laptop computer gives students 24/7 access to faculty members, to each other, and to a world of information, as well as marketable skills. Students also have access to the campus-wide network and the Internet, making technology part of the fabric of learning throughout the curriculum. Drew University can help you make the right connections. Come visit us and see for yourself.


■At A Glance

▶Character: An independent coeducational university with a College of Liberal Arts, Graduate School, and Theological School

▶Campus: Forested, 186 acres, 30 miles west of New York City. Ninety percent of undergraduates live in residence halls.

▶Enrollment: 2,400 students overall; 1,600 undergraduates.

▶Faculty: Student-faculty ratio of 11:1. Ninety-five percent of faculty members hold their Ph.D. or the highest degree in their field.

▶Curriculum: Traditional liberal arts. Bachelor of Arts degrees awarded in 28 fields; special, double, and interdisciplinary majors available. Minors available in 26 of the major fields and in 16 interdisciplinary programs. Cooperative, dual-degree programs available in medicine, professional accounting, engineering, and education.

▶Calendar: Two semesters with special January programs and voluntary summer sessions

▶Athletics: NCAA Division III, member of the 16-school Middle Atlantic Conference (which includes the Freedom Conference and the Common-wealth Conference), the Eastern College Athletic Conference, the International Horse Show Association, and the Middle Atlantic Collegiate Fencing Association

▶Admissions: Highly selective. Approximately 40% of students ranked in the top tenth of their high school class; more than 75% in the top quarter. Middle 50% had SAT I verbal scores between 550 and 660, and SAT I math scores between 550 and 650. Early Decision deadlines are December 1 or January 1. Regular Decision deadline is February 15. Dual Degree (B.A./M.D.) Program deadline is January 7 (including required on-campus interview). Common Application accepted. Supplement required.

▶Financial Aid: Need-based and merit-based awards available. In 2003-2004, more than 80% of students received assistance. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and the College Scholarship Service (CSS)/ Financial Aid PROFILE must be filed by February 15.

▶RECENT CAREER OUTCOMES Percentages based on the response of recent Drew graduates. Total does not add up to 100% due to rounding.


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