Drew University Makes The Princeton Review’s List of Best Colleges

Drew recognized for theater, race/class interaction, and lauded as a top Northeast school

August 2022 – Drew University has once again been named among The Princeton Review’s select list of top colleges in the country.

Drew has made the Best 388 Colleges list, which included only 14 percent of schools in the U.S., every year since it debuted in 1992.

In addition to making the publication’s annual Best Colleges list, Drew was also ranked 10th in the nation in The Princeton Review’s Best College Theater ranking and 21st in their Lots of Race/Class Interaction category. Drew is the only New Jersey school to appear on either list of 25 institutions, which were compiled based on student feedback.

The updated rankings also placed Drew among their list of Best Northeastern schools in their breakdown of top schools in each region of the country.

Earlier this year, The Princeton Review named Drew as a Best Value School on a list that included only seven percent of schools in the country. Drew also remains among the publication’s list of 50 Colleges That Create Futures.

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