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Drew University

Political Science Scores
Students who would return
Would not - 16/8
Student Surveys
(in Political Science)
Males: 12, Females: 12
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:3.5 Medium
Actual difficulty:3.6 High
Students found the coursework to be harder than expected.

Educational Quality vs. Student Intellect

English Speaking

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

Student Personalities

Faculty Personalities

Political Science:

Drew is definitely an outstanding university filled with amazing people and professors. The academics do not get enough credit among nation polls beca...
It is essential to visit a school while it is IN SESSION!! You don't get the same impression on a visit during the summer. Make sure you sit in on a...
I, personally, LOVE Drew University. I understand, though, that some people wouldn't love it. I come from a small high school in a small town in a sma...
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...
Alot of reviews say that the school doesn't distribute its money well into the dorms and etc, but it does. There is a new building complex being bu...
This is a challenging small school in close proximity to New York. The proximity affords opportunities that would otherwise be limited to more urban ...
While it has been more than 35 years since I attended, having read all of the reviews it is nice to see Drew is pretty much as it was when I was a stu...
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...
I figured I'd write this "review" so to speak, as an advice column for those in high school (or transfers) looking at Drew and other comparable school...
Drew is a great college. I was pretty impressed with my education there. I studied political science and the profs are definitely good. Overall, it wa...
The biggest thing that is dissapointing about Drew is that there is no campus wide internet. If you have class in Hall of Science it can be difficult ...
Drew University has no value. This school has become decreasingly competitive over the years and it is truly a waste of money. Admissions accepts anyo...
The faculty itself is great.. the best I could have hoped for. And the students are overall very friendly, although a bit spoiled over all. But frank...
Drew has difficulty providing students with the basics; such as working bathrooms and FOBs (the tab we use to get into the building). You can wait mon...
Alot of reviews say that the school doesn't distribute its money well into the dorms and etc, but it does. There is a new building complex being buil...
I think Drew is an up-and-coming college that is sure to become more competitive. One of the things that makes it seem less so is its high acceptance...
I'm a rising junior at Drew and I love it. This school has changed my life. my profs are supportive of my research. I probably wouldn't get this level...
Pros -Many amazing teachers: there are faculty here that are qualified ot be teaching elsewhere like NYU or even harvard. The political science depar...
Drew is a great school for commuters in the North Jersey area, or a great place for students who did not get into their first choice schools and want ...
Drew is not the worst school, but it certainly is not the best either. I agree with the previous posts on Drew, regarding its value. The cost of a Dre...
Good academic, but they are slowly declining. Also, the maintenance of the University is very poor as buildings are beginning to crumble. Hopefully, r...
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