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Drew University

Breakdown of “Collaboration/Competitive” at Drew

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By Gender
MalesB
FemalesB+
By Major
Agriculture/HorticultureC+
AnthropologyA-
Art & Design DepartmentB
BiologyB
Business - Management and AdministrationA+
ChemistryA-
Computer ScienceB
Cultures/CivilizationA
EconomicsB
EnglishB+
History/Histories (art history/etc.)B+
Language - French/Spanish/etc.A-
MathA-
Neuroscience/Cognitive ScienceB
OtherA-
Perfomance ArtsB-
PhilosophyA-
PhysicsA
Political ScienceB+
PreMed and MedicalF
PsychologyB+
Religion/ReligiousA
SociologyA-
UndecidedC+
ZoologyB-

Against similar schools

Collaboration/Competitive compared with similar schools in class.

Drew University
 B+
Average of All Schools
 B
Average of schools in class
 B

Harvard University
 B
Princeton University
 B
New York University
 B
Fairleigh Dickinson University Metropolitan Campus
 B-
South Cheshire College
 C-
Rutgers University - New Brunswick
 B
Yale University
 B+
F
A+

Collaboration/Competitive

For me what sets Drew apart from most schools is its location. Drew's campus is beautiful and serene. The town of Madison is a wealthy New York subu...Read full comment
There are a few things that I really like about Drew. First, and most important, I really like my class mates. They are overall bright, and very fri...Read full comment
I transferred to Drew first semester sophomore year, and I am very glad I made the change. The Drew community makes you feel part of the school. Ther...Read full comment
I graduated from Drew one year ago and was employed in a job in my field a week before graduation, an accomplishment which I attribute entirely to the...Read full comment
Cons: The facilities are terrible-they need some serious renovations. The food here is gross. The classes are offered every so often so it makes it...Read full comment
["Off the top of my head" - not a preplanned essay, so bear with the stream of consciousness style ;) I just happened to find this site while doing a...Read full comment
Drew does look pretty and seems like it is worth the price at first but it is a horrible environment with anyone with morals. The people there are bac...Read full comment
Drew is definitely an outstanding university filled with amazing people and professors. The academics do not get enough credit among nation polls beca...Read full comment
I loved my time at Drew! I've been employed since I graduated (for 6 years) and never had a problem getting a job even in a struggling economy. I wil...Read full comment
Drew University is a great college. Anyone who does not get something out of the Drew experience is not trying to live life. Drew cultivates bright mi...Read full comment
I actually left Drew after my freshman year, but I still reccomend it to other people. The person who will be happiest at this school should either be...Read full comment
I defintely picked the right school. I wanted a small liberal arts college, with a beautiful campus, challenging academics, and close to a major city....Read full comment
This place is awesome. The teachers are probably the best in the state, and the small classes really allow you to take full advantage of that. The foo...Read full comment
... I will admit that there are a little bit of politics that go on here; the Hall of Sciences is currently falling apart because the administration...Read full comment
Drew is full of promises that they do not intend to keep. They offer very little in terms of majors and minors, and the departments for many majors ar...Read full comment
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