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Students in Arboretum Restoring the Forest

Drew University will implement a long-awaited restoration of its forested areas, including the Zuck Arboretum, thanks to a generous gift from former Madison residents and environmentalists Chris Hepburn and Ken Martin.

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Drew student in Uganda Building Success in Uganda

The Drew Uganda Initiative was started by two students who wanted to help struggling communities in Africa. Now in its third year, the program is building a bridge between Drew and one community by building an elementary school.

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Drew in 1960 The Way We Were

The Class of 1960 was back at Drew for Alumni Homecoming weekend to celebrate their 50th reunion. Ted Johnsen spoke with some of them about what life was like in the Forest a half century ago.

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Drew Today
Giving to Drew

Last year Drew provided more than $27 million in aid to academically qualified students. This level of financial assistance would not be possible without alumni support. Make your gift this year to The Fund for Drew - we call it the annual fund, but our students call it the opportunity of a lifetime.


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A Word From...

Carlos L. Yordán
Special Assistant to the Provost on Diversity and Associate Professor in Political Science

Did you know that the class of 2014 is the most diverse in the history of the College of Liberal Arts? Were you aware that among the thirteen United Methodist seminaries, our Theological School has the most diverse student body?

At Drew, we do not pursue diversity just for the sake of increasing the number of underrepresented minority students, though that is a critical goal as well. We do so because understanding and appreciating diverse perspectives, ways of life, and cultural traditions makes for a more meaningful education experience that benefits all students.

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Carlos Yordan
À propos
Founders Day

October 17 was established as Founder's Day in 1929 to mark the dedication of the, then new, Brothers College and the inauguration of Drew's sixth President, Arlo Ayres Brown. Show your Drew pride and wear your Blue & Green to mark 81 years of excellence in the liberal arts.

Founders Day
And the award goes to...

Do you know a Drew graduate who deserves recognition for his or her accomplishments? The Office of Alumni Relations welcomes nominations for the College Alumni Achievement Awards, Athletic Hall of Fame, and Theological Alumni Distinguished Service Award.

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Haunted Drew

Most of us have seen the portrait of the formidable Roxanna Mead Drew in her post beside the doors to the Founders' Room. Many a gullible freshman has been told by an upperclassman that she haunts the cavernous alcoves of her namesake, Mead Hall. This may not be so far from the truth.

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Ghost of Roxanna Mead Drew
Author! Author!

Nominations for the Kornitzer Book Prize will be accepted through November 15. Nominate a Drew faculty member or alumni author for their outstanding work in nonfiction writing.

Upcoming Events | View Full Events Calendar View Full Events Calendar
Inside the Gate


Transfer Admissions Days


Career Workshop: Resumes


da Camera Concert: Soprano Fireworks


Career Workshop: Job Search


Developing a Personal Relationship with God


Historic Preservation Workshop: Floors


Webinar Series: Youth Ministry and Gen M


What You Need to Know about Getting an MBA


Supreme Court to Superior Care: Translating Law to the Bedside


Admissions Open House: Arts Day


Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center


Career Workshop: Networking


Kristallnacht Conference


Environmental Education for Religious Leaders


Encounters Along the Ancient Silk Road



Outside the Gate


American Academy of Religion reception


Drew Club of New York: Alumni College at the Guggenheim Museum

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