United States, New Jersey

Established in 1867, Drew University is a private university in Madison, New Jersey, United States. Drew University is well-known for the liberal arts and the former name of the university was Drew Theological Seminary in 1867. This private research-university was set up to provide practical learning exposure to the students which would be beneficial in their career. The university has a religious affiliation with the United Methodist Church and offers a program in graduate, undergraduate and theological degree programs in various fields. The popular majors are in psychology, biology, economics, theatre and arts. The university has been given a nickname namely "University in the Forest".

Campus Life

Drew University campus sits on 186 acres of land and 40 kilometers West from the downtown city. The sports team of the university is highly active and participates in many competitions at the state level. The name of the sports team is Rangers and Compete. To make college life of students more memorable, the student's association of Drew University put efforts to provide services and amenities to the students in terms of transportation, library, health, sports and much more. The transportation facility is near to the campus and students don't have to wait for a long time. Students not grow and develop academically but also learn how to develop a network and accept culturally diverse classmates. Professors of the university are highly qualified and experienced. They try to make class interactive so that the students can solve their doubts while learning.

Noted Alumni

The graduates of Drew University have attained great heights of success in their life through dedication and hard work. They have raised the reputation of the university globally which attracts a large number of international students from different nations to enroll themselves in this university. The notable alumni are historian and journalist John T. Cunningham, Human rights advocate- Dasht-i-Leili and many more.