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Drew U is a school that has seriouslyNot so bright
Drew U is a school that has seriously declined. As a student, I can say that the school lacks rigor. Too much busywork and not enough serious learning. The environment is way too relaxed. Not condusive for learning. Go here if you want to spend a fortune and not work. Later on you will regret it when your colleagues have had better schooling and you are left adrift in the work world wondering what you missed.
1st Year Female -- Class 2014
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Drew University needs an overhaul.Economics
Drew University needs an overhaul. The campus is truly falling apart. Nothing there is maintained well from the dorms, to the commons area, even to the classrooms. Compared to other colleges, this school is a dump. Many people will speak lovingly about Drew's wooded campus, but when there is a storm, the campus is littered with deadwood and debris and major flooding as well in certain areas. To me, going to college in a park, was not my idea of a good time. The school has fallen on some difficult times as well. Academically, the school does not have the rigorous standards of most liberal arts colleges. The professors do not go out of their way to challenge students because they know that a lot of students in the school lack motivation, though certainly not all of the students. I found that my experience at Drew was quite boring. The campus lacks anything remarkable, as it is situated in a NYC bedroom community that offers little to the students. Socially, the students are a bit awkward and not the most remarkable. It is a school of B students who don't really have a lot of social skills. I would take a look at the school and see for yourself if it is the kind of place you would like to attend. In my opinion, it is not worth the money.
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Drew is an ok school.English
Drew is an ok school. The campus is serene and the profs are good but honestly, if you are looking for a real college experience, do not go here. It's sort of like a country club with classes more than a college. Professors are easy graders and sometimes the work is less than challenging. Nonetheless, the profs are smart and students are motivated. It's just not much of a challenge coming here. I would go elsewhere if I were looking again at colleges. More negatives than positives to say about Drew. Dorms are dungeons, food is bad, weekends are too quiet, students sometimes act like high schoolers. The only real plus to Drew is the profs and the variety of classes. But since the workload for most classes is lighter than usual, I thinkto other colleges I've seen, this doesn't even give me enough reason to want to return to the college. Drew isn't bad but you can do much better.
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