Drew Among Princeton Review’s Best 384 Colleges

Guide cites NYC semesters, access to internships, impactful professors.

August 2018 – The Princeton Review continues to feature Drew University in The Best 384 Colleges.

In Drew’s 2019 entry, Princeton Review cites the school’s six New York City semesters, ready access to internships and strong science and theatre programs. Students also praise the school’s professors, clubs and social life. Here’s a sample of the student quotes:

“Professors invest time in you academically and as a young adult looking for a career.”

“You really get to know your professors in an impactful way.”

“Drew students are the type that see a $50 bill in the street and find the person who dropped it.”

“Everyone at least knows of everyone else and is friendly with them.”

Drew has been listed in Princeton Review’s college search guide since its inception in 1992. The listings are based largely on a survey of some 138,000 students that cover everything from academics and campus life to the quality and accessibility of professors.

In addition, this year Drew maintained its national rankings in theater and race/class interaction. In the latest rankings, Drew is No. 6 in Best Theater and No. 5 in Lots of Race/Class Interaction. For more on those distinctions, please click here.

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