Return. Reconnect. Reimagine.

June 3-4, 2022, hundreds of alumni and their guests spanning eight decades returned to campus to enjoy the Alumni Achievement Awards, food trucks, lawn games, a scavenger hunt, and more at Alumni Day!


We’re looking for a few good alums. People like you. Your experience, your insights, your time. When you mentor a Drew student, you do good in the world while boosting your own network.

Getting started on Drew Connect is simple. Our easy-to-use social networking platform is your online gateway to the powerful, worldwide Drew community. Students, alums, parents, faculty, staff and employers—they’re all here. Just sign on at drewconnect.drew.edu.

Formal Alumni Associations

Drew’s three formal Alumni Associations create a space in which Drew’s alumni can interact within a community of people who shared a unique experience, whether as undergraduates, graduate students or Theological School students. The Alumni Associations take a leadership role in developing, planning, promoting and delivering quality programs and services designed to keep you connected to the Drew community.


All College of Liberal Arts graduates and all honorary degree recipients are members of the College Alumni Association (CAA). As of 2022, the CAA has nearly 25,000 living members.

The CAA Board acts as the executive arm of the CAA, providing leadership and direction regarding alumni affairs while working in close collaboration with the Office of University Advancement.

CAA Board members play a key role in:

  • Building and maintaining lifelong relationships between Drew alumni and the University
  • Providing bridges across generations of college graduates
  • Developing valued services and programs for classmates and friends
  • Fostering an open dialogue between the college and its alumni
  • Giving a helping hand to current Drew students
  • Recognizing outstanding achievement and volunteer contributions to the college through the Alumni Awards program

The CAA Board currently has the following committees and task forces to explore ways to enhance alumni engagement: Admissions, Affinity Groups, Career Services, Communications, Philanthropy, and Student Experience.


Don Enright C’93, P’26
Allison Siegel C’08

Alumni-Elected Trustees
Ryan Mason C’05

Jonathan Amira C’10
Nate Barrett C’13
Madeleine Blossom C’18
Patricia Brown C’13
Paul Cortellesi C’84
Patrick Dolan, ex officio faculty representative
Arjun Erry C’89, P’19, P’25
Sabrina Fruci C’15
Victor Garcia C’07
Daine Grey C’92
Laura Hook C’84
Desha Jackson C’93
Erica Jedynak C’09
Rebecca Kuhar C’96
Rio Peterson C’17
Gary Powell C’87
Brenda Rhodes C’86
Sabina Sabados C’03
Forrest Shue C’87
Angela Vitellaro C’11
Christopher Walsh C’80
Omaru Washington C’15
Mirko Widenhorn C’00
Dominique Wilburn C’10
Thomas Zielinski C’04


Representing more than 2,000 living Caspersen graduates, the Caspersen Alumni Council consists of at least one representative from each discipline within the school. Council members serve the community through promotion of, and support for, Caspersen’s strategic priorities and initiatives. Their role is to strengthen connections within the alumni community and to partner with Drew to ensure the school’s long-term growth and success. For more information about the Caspersen Alumni Council, please contact the Office of Alumni and Parent Relations.


Kirk Johnson T’12, G’16, President

Alumni-Elected Trustee
Gaetana Kopchinsky C’06, G’08,’11

Yasmin Acosta G’17, P’20
Kathleen E. Lyons G’13
Dr. Maximillian J. Orsini G’05, G’16
Dr. Hettie V. Williams G’13, G’1


The Theological School Alumni Association (TAA) was formed to promote the interests of the Theological School of Drew University, to establish and maintain mutually beneficial relations between the alumni and the Theological School and to support the University in its pursuit of excellence in teaching, research and public service by developing strong bonds of loyalty between alumni and the University, by promoting the stature of Drew University and by encouraging efforts to provide lifelong learning.

As part of its mission to engage alumni in the Drew community, the TAA has established a number of working teams/committees to address specific goals and projects designed to facilitate participatory involvement in the life of the Theological School.


Jack Scharf T’08, Vice President
The Rev. Dr. Gabriel O. Akinbode T’07, T’13, Secretary
Alumni-Elected Trustees
Dr. Hwain C. Lee T’99
The Rev. James Van Schaick T’05
Andrew D. Branch C’96, T’04
The Rev. Dr. Brandon Cho T’06, Past President (ex officio)
The Rev. David A. Holder T’13, chair of the Advancement committee
The Rev. Clarissa South Holland C’78, T’88, P’16
The Rev. Susan Iliff T’10
The Rev. Hyoik Kim T’05
The Rev. Meekyung C. Kim T’01, T’07
The Rev. Ellen M. Kohn-Perry T’12, chair of the Community relations committee
The Rev. Dr. Jisun Kwak T’94, G’99, T’11
Teresita Matos-Post T’14
The Rev. Dr. Grace S. Pak T’88, T’09
Iraida Ruiz de Porras T’10
The Rev. Shannon E. Sullivan T’12

Alumni Benefits and Services

From professional development and personal enrichment and access to online fitness classes, our VIRTUAL doors are always open to you.

Affinity Networks

Affinity networks offer opportunities for alumni to connect with one another, students and the University around topics and issues of shared interest. Affinity programming is possible through the active involvement of alumni volunteers, and the Office of Alumni and Parent Communities is eager to help alumni develop new networks.


Just because you’ve graduated doesn’t mean you’re off the team! Many Ranger sports teams are dedicated to keeping their alumni connected and engaged with each other and what’s happening on campus through events, social media outreach, alumni games and more.


Professor Marc Tomljanovich and a few dedicated alumni formed a Business and Finance Affinity Network, with a launch event in September 2017. The purpose is to offer networking opportunities and other programming throughout the year to supplement the annual Wall Street Semester reception. For more information, feel free to reach out to the Office of Alumni and Parent Communities or to any of the founding alumni volunteers (Sabrina Fruci C’15, Rebecca Kuhar C’96, or Joe Noto C’95) on Drew Connect.


Are you a lawyer or working in the legal field? Maybe you’re in law school or thinking about going. The College Alumni Association invites you to join the Drew Law Network (“DLN”).

This newly formed Affinity Group aims to connect legal professionals from all class years and locations. You can become a DLN member today by signing up through Drew Connect. Also, be on the lookout for details about upcoming meetings, how to get involved in DLN, and information on regional or on-campus events for networking and CLE programs.

For more information about the Drew Law Network, contact the Office of Alumni and Parent Relations or reach out to any member of the leadership committee (Jonathan Amira C’10, Emily Perks Quinlan C’07, Michael DeLoreto C’06, Don Enright C’93, Laura Hook C’84, Jennifer McGroarty C’06, Allison Siegel C’08, and Chris Walsh C’80) on Drew Connect.


Drew strives to provide a welcoming community for its lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer/questioning, intersex and ally alumni. The LGBTQ+ Alumni Network works to create and facilitate opportunities for new and on-going friendships and professional connections through participation in social, professional, networking and community service events. Opportunities to provide mentorship to current Drew students are also available.

Undergraduate Admissions

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Undergraduate Admissions

There’s never been a better time to be at Drew‚ whether you choose to apply directly from high school or transfer in from another college or university…

Graduate Admissions

Admissions counselors will help you with the application process for The Caspersen School of Graduate Studies and Drew Theological School.


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