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Drew University

Instate Tuition (2011-2012)
$41,004
Out-of-state Tuition (2011-2012)
$41,004

DU Address


DREW UNIVERSITY
36 MADISON AVE
MADISON, NJ 07940
Admissions office:(973) 408-3739 Financial aid office:(973) 408-3112
University FAQ
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Tuition + DU Housing

(2011-2012)
Meals Per Week:19

UGrad Application Fee: $50
Grad Application Fee: $35

Tuition Prepaid: Yes
Tuition Payment Plan: Yes
Tuition Alternatives: Yes
Campus Housing Capacity:1645
Freshman Must Live on Campus: No

University Makeup

(2011-2012)
# of Undergrads: 2,058
# of Grad students: 1,044
Total Students: 3,102
Male

41.6%
Female

58.4%
International:

4%
African-American:

11%
American Indian:

0%
Asian:

4%
Hispanic:

10%
Caucasian:

51%
Unknown:

19%

Financial Aid


80% First time, full time students receive federal aid and the average amount is $3,290

28% of students receive State/Local grants and the average amount is $4,053

78% receive instiutional grants and the average institutional award is $9,480

55% receive student loans and the average amount is $3,100
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Special Programs


Teacher Certifications

Admissions Requirements


Secondary School Record Required
Secondary School GPA Required
Secondary School Rank Recommended
Test Scores Recommended
Competencies Neither required nor recommended
Test EOFL Required

Special Credits


HS College Credit: Yes
AP Credit: Yes
Life Experience Credit: No
Special Credits(other): No

Applicants Admitted %


84% men vs 84% women admitted

Applicants vs Admissions


Number of Men Applicants: 1,532
Number of Women Applicants: 2,663
Number of Men Admitted: 1,290
Number of Women Admitted: 2,237

Student Services


Library On Campus
Counseling Services
Employment Services
Placement Services
Day Care On Campus

Majors  Hide Majors

• African-American/Black Studies
• Anthropology
• Art History Criticism and Conservation
• Behavioral Sciences
• Bible/Biblical Studies
• Bible/Biblical Studies Phd(Research / Scholarship)
• Biochemistry
• Bioethics/Medical Ethics
• Bioethics/Medical Ethics Phd(Research / Scholarship)
• Biology/Biological Sciences General
• Business Administration and Management General
• Chemistry General
• Chinese Studies
• Classics and Classical Languages Literatures and Linguistics General
• Computer Science
• Creative Writing
• Divinity/Ministry
• Drama and Dramatics/Theatre Arts General
• Economics General
• English Language and Literature General
• English Language and Literature General Phd(Research / Scholarship)
• Fine/Studio Arts General
• French Language and Literature
• German Language and Literature
• History General
• Liberal Arts and Sciences General Studies and Humanities Other
• Mathematics General
• Multi-/Interdisciplinary Studies Other
• Multi-/Interdisciplinary Studies Other Phd(Research / Scholarship)
• Music General
• Neuroscience
• Philosophy
• Physical and Biological Anthropology
• Political Science and Government General
• Psychology General
• Religion/Religious Studies
• Religion/Religious Studies Phd(Research / Scholarship)
• Secondary Education and Teaching
• Sociology
• Spanish Language and Literature
• Theology and Religious Vocations Other
• Theology/Theological Studies
• Theology/Theological Studies Phd(Professional practice)
• Theology/Theological Studies Phd(Research / Scholarship)
• Women's Studies
• Environmental Studies

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