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Drew was established in 1867 as a seminary, the antecedent of today’s Drew Theological School. In 1928, a gift led to the addition of the College of Liberal Arts, which began as a small college for men, became co-educational during the 1940s and grew significantly in the 1960s. In the early 1980s, it was granted what is still only the fourth Phi Beta Kappa chapter in the state. 


  • College of Liberal Arts
  • Caspersen School of Graduate Studies
  • Theological School


Primary Functions of the Office of Institutional Research:

  • Supply institutional data on admissions, enrollment, financial aid, staff/faculty, library and finance to federal and state agencies, the Higher Education Data Sharing Consortium (HEDS), the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (“Middle States”) and the Association of Theological Schools (ATS).
  • Interpret data received from federal and state agencies, HEDS, Middle States, and the ATS.
  • Provide analytical support for enrollment management and budget preparation.
  • Coordinate University participation in national survey research efforts such as the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE).


The Drew University Center for Internships and Career Development helps students to explore, clarify, and achieve their career goals. Career-related services and programs are provided to assist liberal arts students in making the transition from the University to their future careers; from student to professional. We teach students to:

  • Understand the relationship between their academic studies and careers
  • Make sound career decisions based on an evaluation of their goals, interests, abilities, and values
  • Test possible career choices through internships and part-time jobs
  • Prepare for the job search process
  • Research post-graduate educational opportunities


Student services

The Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards encourages responsible community conduct of all university students and their guests.  

International Student & Scholar Services is dedicated to:

  • Assisting international students and scholars as they adjust to their new life in the United States and the campus community through Orientation, educational and cultural programs and individual advising.
  • Providing a place for students to express their needs openly and advocating on their behalf within the university and to government agencies so that they have access to the resources and information necessary to achieve their personal and educational goals.

Housing services

For your first year at Drew, we assign you to special units just for new students to give you the support you need for your transition to your new home. Whether it’s proximity to the athletic center, outdoor patios or family-friendly amenities that make it special, you are welcome to apply to your chosen hall for your second year and onward.

Library services

Have a project, but not sure how to get started? Want a quiet place to prep for exams or a comfortable space for your study group? Trying to locate a rare book or article? The Drew Libraries can help!

  • Electronic research resources
  • Books in print and ebook form
  • Scholarly journals, newspapers and magazines
  • Streaming videos and films
  • Federal government document depository
  • Unique special collections

ICT services

University Technology (UT), like our sister department, Instructional Technology and User Services (ITUS), helps fulfill Drew’s mission of education through the knowledgeable creation of robust, reliable infrastructure and enterprise systems, constantly improving efforts in customer service, and aiding the innovative use of instructional technology and media. 

Medical services

Morris Health Center

  • Open Monday through Friday during the school year, the Health Center is nationally accredited and well-equipped. We have a board-certified staff at the ready, plus an on-site laboratory.
  • Come on in if you need help with illnesses, injuries, allergy shots, prescriptions, gynecological services, immunizations, smoking cessation, and counseling.

Student Life

Campus life

Our wooded, 186-acre campus, called The Forest, is a 10-minute walk from the Madison train station, which takes you directly to Midtown Manhattan in under an hour. It’s the perfect home base: You experience all the excitement and opportunity of New York City without living in the middle of it 24/7 (yet).

Sports facilities

  • Baseball
  • Basketball
  • Cross Country
  • Equestrian
  • Fencing
  • Field Hockey
  • Golf
  • Lacrosse
  • Softball
  • Soccer
  • Swimming & Diving
  • Tennis


Drew University is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. The Theological School, which offers master’s and doctoral degrees, is also accredited by the Association of Theological Schools. The Caspersen School offers master’s and doctoral degrees, including a Master of Arts in Teaching accredited by the Teacher Education Accreditation Council. The College of Liberal Arts confers the BA degree with majors in 31 disciplines.

Madison, New Jersey, United States

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