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Anybody who goes to Drew is an idiot.Quite Bright
Anybody who goes to Drew is an idiot. This is a school that has gone down hill big time. Do not go here. The coursework isn't as great as some folks make it out to be. It's not a rigorous institution. I transferred out because I thought it wasn't worth returning. Really, this school fails to live up to a rigorous standard of academics and until they fix this, I would avoid Drew.
1st Year Female -- Class 2019
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I was a biology major at Drew andQuite BrightBiology
I was a biology major at Drew and had a pretty solid education there. The Bio Department prepared me well for grad school. I had close mentorships with my professors and all of them were amazing in their respective fields. The only complaint that I have about Drew is the administration and their connection with students. However, a new president is there and she seems to be turning things around. I have heard that Drew is on the rise and the current administration puts the needs of students front and center. Things have probably changed for the better since I graduated in 2013. Drew is also trying to raise money to help provide scholarships for students. The school does give generous aid packages from what I remember. It really is a great school. It is not as well known but the quality is definitely very good. Plus the campus is pretty.
1st Year Female -- Class 2013
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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.
1st Year Female -- Class 1920
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