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I was a transfer student to Drew, andComputer Science
I was a transfer student to Drew, and I am glad that I ended up finishing my education there. I came from a larger state university which I will not name, but the quality between Drew and XYZ state was so apparent to me. The remarkable thing about Drew is the ability of the professors to really engage students. Until I enrolled at Drew, I never had that close mentorship with any of my teachers during the course of my life. I also felt that the college had taken an interest in me, as a person and as a student, which as a transfer student, this made me feel welcomed. I spent my last two years at Drew and just graduated a couple of weeks ago. I am starting a job next month and I feel ready for the world, but I will certainly remember Drew for having helped me get to where I am today.
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I just graduated from Drew and I will greatly miss it. I had a great four years there.
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I just graduated from Drew two days ago,Not so brightHistory/Histories (art history/etc.)
I just graduated from Drew two days ago, and I already miss it. My four years at Drew were life changing to say the least. I made the most out of my education there and I used many of the resources that Drew offers. I had plenty of research opportunities and studied abroad as well. Drew is a great school that unfortunately, few people outside of the NYC area have heard of. If you want a smaller school setting then you can't get any better than Drew.
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