Good to Know

Drew University is a private university in Madison, New Jersey. Drew has been nicknamed the "University in the Forest" because of its wooded 186-acre campus. As of fall 2020, more than 2,200 students were pursuing degrees at the university's three schools. Drew's beautiful, wooded campus is located in a charming small town just outside New York City, and a Drew education links the classroom to the city. For example, students study theatre (in Drew's top-ten Theatre Program) on Broadway, finance and economics on Wall Street, international affairs at the United Nations, contemporary art in Chelsea, communications and media in Midtown and art and art history in major museums and studios of working artists. 

Majors in Demand:​

  • Business

  • Economics

  • Psychology

  • Biology, Biochemistry, Neuroscience

  • Political Science, International Relations

  • Engineering (in partnership with Columbia University)

117th

Rankings

(National Liberal Arts University)

(QS World ranking)

-

Location

Madison, New Jersey,

Suburban Campus

Enrollment

1,636

Acceptance Rate

73%

Application Method(s)

Personal Statement

Required

(Direct Entry)

Not Required

(Pathway Entry)

CGPA

3.0

Pathway Entry

(Direct Entry)

2.5

(Pathway Entry)

Application Fee Waiver - please refer to

University Placement Services

SAT / ACT

Required

English Proficiency

6.5

80

(TOEFL iBT)

(IELTS)

(Direct Entry)

Fees

$58,520

Priority Deadlines

Rolling Admission

Total

$42,652 / $15,868

Tuition/Living

60

5.5

(TOEFL iBT)

(IELTS)

(Pathway Entry)

100

(DET)

updated: April 2022