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Drew is crap.Biology
Drew is crap. Avoid this joke of a college at all cost!!! Disgusting food, dirty dorms and questionable academics. Lazy profs who never update their curriculum from year to year. The quality of teaching at Drew is pretty bad despite what garbage the administration tells you about how the school is focused on student centered learning. BS! It's not. It's a bunch of crap. I transferred out to a better college because the university pulled a bait and switch on my financial aid package. The university is notorious for doing this. The administration contains a bunch of crooks and they are corrupt. Avoid Drew and look elsewhere. This place will get you nowhere that you want to be.
Male -- Class 2000
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Don't go to this shit hole.
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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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