Your support, combined with that from more than 4,600 others, had a strong impact. This year we were able to raise more than $1.65 million for the Annual Fund and more than $10 million in overall commitments to the University.
Thank you for growing The Forest!
Your support is what makes a Drew education so valuable—strong faculty mentorship, rigorous academic programs, significant hands-on learning opportunities and our vital connection to our local community and to New York City. Your generosity makes us smile.
The College of Liberal Arts launched popular new majors, minors and joint degree programs as well as Digital Drew, a project that allows students to digitally explore social and humanistic issues. Student won dozens of awards, members of the Class of 2018 are off to study with leading graduate programs or work at major employers and Professor Courtney Zoffness won the world’s richest short story prize.
The Theological School has been entirely transforming its curriculum to advance its commitment to social justice. The Theo School will be able to better meet student needs by providing online options and more flexible course schedules. Compelling speakers enhanced the community with visits to campus last year. All the while, Theo School students and professors continued to win major awards.
The Caspersen School of Graduate Studies continues to build programs that adapt to changing times so our students can tackle pressing issues through real-world solutions. In addition, Caspersen now offers Master of Education and Master in Finance programs.