College Junior 2013-10-21T19:32:19Z
The living arrangements on campus are pretty convenient. The options get better the longer you live there including the larger suites and the single dorms. The best options are the suites in McClendon Hall and the singles in Hoyt Hall. Both options are different: McClendon has mostly suites and Hoyt is almost all singles. There aren't really any bad options.
College Junior 2013-10-21T19:27:08Z
Drew is only a mile from the closest NJ Transit station which goes directly into NYC which is extremely convenient. There is also the Mad Shuttle, although most students don't know it exists. Most students have cars, but walking into town is pretty easy.
College Junior 2013-10-21T19:25:34Z
Drew is pretty diverse. I haven't seen many issues with prejudice here.
College Junior 2013-10-21T19:21:20Z
Over the years Drew has become pretty boring because public safety is on a rampage. Luckily, there are pubs off campus in Madison and Morristown, and it's easy to go into NYC for the night.
College Junior 2013-10-21T19:20:19Z
One of the only problems with Drew is it's location. Madison resists being a college town in almost every way possible so there's no off campus housing and very little to do in town. Some redeeming qualities of the location however are Drip (the coffee shop), and the pubs that have dollar beer night.
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