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Photo of Students First-years Have Arrived

They're here: The Class of 2014. A diverse and talented group, chosen from the largest pool of applicants to apply to Drew in a decade. Academically speaking, it's a strong class. It's also Drew's most diverse class ever.

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MAT Program Preparing the Next Generation of Teachers

Heading into its third year, Drew's Master of Arts in Teaching is preparing trained professionals who will make a difference in the world.

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Theo Challenge Drew challenges Theo students

In response to epidemic levels of poor health among members of the clergy, the Drew University Theological School will launch the "Step it Up Challenge" by encouraging students to walk a minimum of 50,000 steps per week.

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Drew Today
Giving to Drew

From one generation to the next, alumni donations to the annual fund make it possible for the University to provide significant support to each new class of promising students.

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A Word From...

Robert Weisbuch, President

The Class of 2014 arrived at Drew just weeks ago and it is a record-setting class for the second year in a row. While the number and composition of our first year classes have changed in recent years, what remains constant is that we continue to admit students who have the potential to shine in college and we offer financial aid packages that make a Drew education possible for them.

There have been a number of stories written recently about the high cost of a college education. But because these stories only take into account an institution’s sticker price—what it costs us to deliver the education—many people come away with the impression that Drew, like most private colleges, is “too expensive.” Nothing could be further from the truth.

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In the Spotlight
Exploring the Way of the Kami

"There I was, the one American among about 70 Japanese men, standing barefoot on a gravel pathway at midnight on Aug. 11 peering at the waterfall that plunged into a stony grotto at Japan's second oldest Shinto shrine. All of us wore white loincloths and headbands with an orange rising sun centered on our foreheads."

Since 2000 all Master of Divinity students in the Drew Theological School have been required to participate in a cross-cultural experience to help broaden their understandings of religious expression.

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


Coffee, Bagels and Business Breakfast


Alumni Homecoming Weekend


Korn Gallery: Erika Saito


Conflict Resolution within the Church Community


Henri J. M. Nouwen Lecture: The Road to Peace


RISE Symposium


The Hidden History of Enlightenment


Spiritual Formation: Following the Movements of the Spirit


Arts & Crafts Houses: Bungalows, Stickley, and Beyond


State of the University Address


The Evolving Relationship between Business and Government


Caspersen School of Graduate Studies Open House


RISE Symposium

Outside the Gate


Drew Club of DC: Nationals Baseball Game


Hoboken Waterfront Walking Tour

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