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Many opportunities for off campus activities. Less than 40 miles from Manhattan, Hoboken, and other "hot spots" good local bars and restaurants.
The campus is very beautiful as well as many of the buildings however some are a little outdated and could use some revamping. For example, many of the dorms do not have air conditioning so it can be uncomfortable during the extreme heat. The gym is state of the art and the pool is acceptable; its thirteen and half feet on one end.
Due to the small size of my school, the opportunities they offer are easily accessible to a wide variety of students (there are plenty of study abroad opportunities readily available, internships, and one-on-one experiences possible). However, my school is not as diverse as it says it is.
'Drew' and 'diversity' are not really synonymous. Considering that tuition at Drew is very expensive, it doesn't really cater to minority groups. With that being said, most of the students receive financial aid and over the past few years, more minorities have chosen Drew.
The food on campus available in dinning halls is something everyone complains about. Therefore most of the student resort to outside vendors for their lunch and dinners. However the student center does contain some good stuff which sandwiches, burritos and etc.
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