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Drew University

Economics Scores
Students who would return
Would not - 10/8
Student Surveys
(in Economics)
Males: 10, Females: 8
Average Yrs. Completed: 2.3

Education Quality Vs. Competing Schools

Drew University
Average of All Schools
Average of schools in class

Harvard University
Princeton University
New York University
Fairleigh Dickinson University Metropolitan Campus
South Cheshire College
Rutgers University - New Brunswick
Yale University

Student Expectations

Expected coursework difficulty:3.8 High
Actual difficulty:3.6 High
Students found the coursework to be easier than expected.

Educational Quality vs. Student Intellect

English Speaking

Percent of teaching staff that does not speak satisfactory English0-10%

Student Personalities

Faculty Personalities


make sure you come to campus- but not just to visit but to sleep here and see how little people are involved in things. In ends up being that the same...
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....
Drew is an interesting university to review. There is no average student here. There are a lot of really weird people here. Anime nerds etc. There are...
There isn't much campus life. Leaders (student leaders and administration) do not take responsibility and they are very laid back. The maintenance t...
I am in my second year at Drew and I have to say that this school has really helped me figure out my future path. I am an economics major and I am hop...
College is all about what you put in. Drew is an outstanding school and anyone who says otherwise simply didnt explore the opportunities or have an o...
Drew has its pros and cons, more pros than cons. Its a good school with good academics. But I wouldn't recommend it if you want a big school atmospher...
Academics are great at Drew and so are the professors. However campus life is quite dull sometimes, and the social life can be horrible. We don't re...
This school cost too much for the amount it sucks, The school stops listening too you after you give your tuition check, The facility's are a mess the...
Well I have only been a student at Drew for over 7 months, but so far I am very pleased with my college choice! There are plenty of activites on ca...
Drew has its pluses and minuses. The school has been having lots of financial problems which they are trying to pull themselves out of in the long ter...
I'm a raising junior at Drew and majoring in economics. I love it here because there are so many opportunities to succeed. My professors are amazing m...
The people here are very nice but can be close minded. The teachers are wonderful and I have a stupendous program. I wish the student life at Drew w...
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...
I am just responding to the previous poster. I guarantee that anyone who rated Drew's education an F did NOT go to Drew! The best part of Drew is th...
Drew is an excellent college. I enjoyed spending four years at Drew. I can't speak for anyone else, but my experience there was memorable, challenging...
I transferred to Drew after my freshman year at NYU because I fell in love with its warm, convivial atmosphere. Its not TOO small, its really just ri...
Drew is a very small school this has advantages in the classroom especially for freshman. But there is an obvouse lack of diversity on the campus.
This is a small intense environment. Not a place to go if you want to go clubbing and not see people you know. Drew is very tight, but there is much ...
I am transferring A.S.A.P. It is high school all over again! The school is very cliquey and your only friends are found during the first two weeks of ...
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