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Drew is a great liberal arts college.Quite Bright
Drew is a great liberal arts college. I was an English major and graduated in 2014. I miss the campus a lot. It is unlike many colleges because it does not have a Greek system which I think is a good thing. Students take it upon themselves to engage in clubs and campus activities without the presence of Greek life. The academics are also pretty good. I learned a lot in my courses and made some good connections along the way. The school is big on study abroad, so be prepared to take advantage of this opportunity. Some of the campus facilities are in need of repair and the administration is slow to make improvements. It could be because money for such things is in short supply but nonetheless, the university should enhance the quality of the food and the campus resources.
4th Year Female -- Class 2014
Perceived Campus Safety: A+, Campus Maintenance: B-
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Drew is a dump.Not so bright
Drew is a dump. Do not go here. The only thing that is remarkable about the campus are the tall oak trees. Otherwise, there is nothing about this university that is remarkable. It does not feel like a college. The courses lack rigor and it is not the real world. Do not waste your money going here.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2019
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Drew is a great school.Quite BrightEnglish
Drew is a great school. The negative comments are simply not true. Every college has it's strengths and weaknesses and Drew is no exception. But, the quality of education that I received over my four years at Drew was exceptional. I was an English major and I must say the professors were brilliant and engaging. I love this school for other reasons as well. The campus is serene and beautiful and the students do really care about the school. It's a place that offers students an opportunity to be one with a community that is nurturing. I love Drew and this school deserves an elevated presense nationally. Hopefully the new president will make this happen.
1st Year Female -- Class 2013
Education Quality: A+,
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