Someone who is lazy and doesn't want to embrace the idea of a liberal college education that requires you to take courses in all areas of your field along with general requirements. If you want to specialize in a specific area without other knowledge, don't come here. Its also small so you see the same people almost everyday which is good and bad. In some ways it makes it more communal. The town is also small so there isn't much to do somedays.
A student should atend Drew University if they are looking for a well rounded cllege that allows you to take take numerous classes in order to explore your many different interests. One should attend Drew University if they are loking for a friendly environment and small classes where they can get to know their professors on a one to one basis. By getting to know your professor in a more friendly manner you are able to participate in many wonderful experiences, such as internships, research projects, and lastly, allowing yourself an opportunity to get all your intriguing questions answered.
I believe the majority of type of persons I've meet in this school filled out the requirement, so I would recommend it to everybody but most to people concentrated in business and arts if not I wouldn't recommend this school.
Like the hustle and bustle of urban life? Want somewhere where there's no such thing as too late to go out and party? Well...Drew probably isn't the school for you. Don't get me wrong, we've plenty to do on campus and Madison's a wonderful town but it's not exactly a prime area for late night entertainment. We're just like any other college students, looking to do well academically while simultaneously having a blast during our college years. We just prefer life on campus quieter, with NYC just a train ride away.
If you dont want everyone knowing your buisness, dont come, drew is super small.
A serious visual arts student.
someone who prefers to stay in the crowd. because the campus is so small and so are the classes your professor WILL know you and so will most of the campus. So whenever something scandalous happens the whole student body will know about it the next day.
The kind of person who shouldn't attend this school is a person who is looking for a larger school with lots of school spirit and a lot going on over the weekend. Drew University is very small and there is not much to do for fun.
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