Identity / Affinity Communities

Six Aspects of U.S. Culture International Students Need to Know

For many international students, studying in the USA brings excitement about learning and living in a different culture. Some international students want to prepare by understanding what cultural difference they will encounter in the United States. Luckily, you don’t have …

Posted by Linsay Arnold
Linsay Arnold
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Encouraging a Community of Proactive Bystanders

Learning from a 2019 campus incident.

Posted by Justin Jackson
Justin Jackson Director of Digital Communications & Strategy
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4 Ph.D. neuroscience students from other countries share the challenges of studying in the US

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(THE CONVERSATION) International students make important contributions to the U.S. They can enrich scientific research through diversity of thought. They pay taxes, support businesses …

Posted by Julia Hrynkiewicz
Julia Hrynkiewicz
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Ways Colleges Offer Alternatives to Study Abroad

Virtual global education programs rise in popularity as the coronavirus pandemic continues to restrict travel.

Not everyone has the ability to travel due to financial constraints, immigration complications or family situations, so virtual international education provides access to students who …

Posted by Julia Hrynkiewicz
Julia Hrynkiewicz
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Choosing Between Housing on or off Campus

The sticker price for off-campus housing may look cheaper, but students should be aware of hidden costs.

First-year college students often are expected or required to live in residence halls or dormitories. In subsequent years, it’s usually up to those …

Posted by Julia Hrynkiewicz
Julia Hrynkiewicz
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Featured Resources

Independent College Fund of New Jersey

Multiple scholarships for the upcoming year are available through the Independent College Fund of New Jersey.

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Food Pantry Summer Schedule

The Drew Food Pantry has reopened with a new Summer schedule, open Tuesdays and Thursdays from …

Scholarships for Veterans

Veterans – please click the link below to see a listing of scholarship opportunities that you may qualify for!

New Courses and Special Electives

DREW 110 – Launch Workshop: Preparation for Career and Academic Success

This course is a structured, facilitated classroom experience that moves beyond traditional academic advising into multiple domains: self/context-exploration, major and…

Allied Against Hatred: Black-Jewish Relations in America

Jonathan Golden
The Civil Rights Era was known as a time of alliance and affinity between Jewish and Black people in America.…