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U.S. News: Drew Top N.J. Liberal Arts School

Ranked 117 in the nation, earns praise for ethnic diversity, social mobility

September 2019 – Drew University has retained its prominent status among national liberal arts schools in U.S News & World Report’s most recent rankings.

In the publication’s 2020 list of Best National Liberal Arts Colleges, Drew ranked highest among all schools in New Jersey, and 117th in the nation overall, public or private.

Drew also performed particularly well in several of the rankings’ individual categories, including top 100 ranks for most international students (32), campus ethnic diversity (42), social mobility (63) and selectivity (96). Drew earned the highest rankings in each category among New Jersey schools.

This news comes on the heels of a top 100 national ranking from Washington Monthly, being named a top 10 ‘Best Buy’ school in the country by Fiske, and the Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education ranking Drew as the fourth-best school in New Jersey. Drew is also a member of The Annapolis Group, a collection of the nation’s leading liberal arts colleges.

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