1 DREW UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS APPLICATION FOR UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION FIRST-YEAR STUDENT APPLICATION CHECKLIST c Application for Undergraduate Admission c $50 Non-refundable Application Fee (waived for Early Decision applicants, $75 for international students) c High School Transcript with enclosed Counselor Evaluation Form c SAT/ACT scores or a graded paper from a high school course c Teacher Evaluation Form c Personal Statement TRANSFER STUDENT APPLICATION CHECKLIST c Application for Undergraduate Admission c $50 Non-refundable Application Fee ($75 for international students) c Transcripts from all colleges/universities attended c Final High School Transcript or GED c Teacher Evaluation Form c Personal Statement Apply online at /apply 36 Madison Ave., NJ
2 Application Instructions GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS The Drew University Application for Undergraduate Admission should be used for all undergraduate (College of Liberal Arts) applicants, including high school students, transfer students and international students. In lieu of submitting the Drew application form, students are also welcome to complete the Universal Application or the Common Application. Students may choose to complete the application form or apply on line at /apply. Application Fee Drew University s application fee is non-refundable. The application fee is $50 for high school and transfer applicants and $75 for international applicants. The fee is automatically waived for all Early Decision applicants. In addition, students with special economic circumstances may have their high school guidance counselor send a fee waiver request. Please make checks payable to Drew University. Transcripts and Counselor Evaluation Form Transcripts must be official copies sent directly by the institution. The Counselor Evaluation Form should be attached to the transcript for all high school applicants. Upon completion of your current course of study, you will need to send your final transcripts to Drew University. SAT/ACT Optional Drew offers an SAT optional policy because we recognize that standardized test scores (SAT/ACT) may not always be the best indicator of your ability. Therefore, students can choose to submit either a graded paper or the results of a standardized test score. This paper should be analytical in nature and should have comments and a grade from your teacher. We suggest you submit a paper from a high school English or history course. This paper should not exceed five pages in length. If you choose to submit a graded paper you do not need to submit standardized test scores. Teacher Evaluation Form Students are encouraged to use the Teacher Evaluation form provided. In lieu of the provided form a letter of recommendation may be submitted. Personal Statement Please submit a personal statement not to exceed 500 words on a separate sheet of paper. You can choose to write about any topic of interest. Most importantly, provide some valuable insight about yourself, perhaps elaborating on an achievement, a difficulty, an ethical dilemma or your goals. If you have had some academic difficulties, please feel free to use this opportunity to provide an explanation. Important Codes SAT/CEEB 2193 ACT 2550 FAFSA 2603 HIGH SCHOOL APPLICANTS High school applicants can apply to Drew for Early Decision, Early Action or Regular Admission. Each of these application methods has different deadlines. Please see the deadline chart for additional details. What is Early Decision? Early Decision is a special program designed for students who are confident that Drew is their first-choice school. Students should only apply Early Decision to one institution. Early Decision is binding, which means as part of applying Early Decision, you are agreeing to enroll if admitted, financial circumstances permitting. Students must also submit the Early Decision Agreement to be considered for Early Decision. If you are not admitted under the Early Decision program, then your application may be deferred to the regular decision pool, in which case your admission will not be binding. Why Choose Early Decision? The $50 application fee is automatically waived for Early Decision applicants. Early Decision applicants are given special consideration in the admission process. Early Decision students are among the first students to be considered for admission and scholarships. Early Decision is the fastest way to receive notification of your admission status. Early Decision allows you to finalize your college search process sooner. What is Early Action? Early Action allows students to apply and receive a response earlier in the admission cycle than applying via regular admission. Unlike Early Decision, Early Action is not binding. What is Regular Admission? Regular Admission allows students to apply at any point in the process. IMPORTANT DEADLINES Submission Deadline Early Decision I November 1 Early Decision II January 15 Early Action January 15 * Regular Admission February 15 * Dual BA/MD Program December 1 EOS/EOF Program January 15 Financial Aid February 15 * Applications received after this date will be considered on a space-available basis 7-YEAR PROGRAM WITH UMDNJ-NJMS DUAL BA/MD Drew offers simultaneous admission to both Drew and the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey- New Jersey Medical School (UMDNJ-NJMS). Successful candidates spend three years of study at Drew and four years at UMDNJ-NJMS, completing both BA and MD degrees. This program is space limited and very competitive. To qualify for consideration, candidates must have a cumulative unweighted GPA of 3.8 or higher and have a combined SAT score of 1450 (summing only the critical reading and math scores from one administration) or higher, or an ACT score of 33 or higher. Applicants are also required to have an interview with Drew before the application deadline date of December 1. Applications that do not meet these criteria or are received after this date will not be considered or interviewed for the program.
3 Application Instructions EOS/EOF APPLICANTS The Educational Opportunity Scholars (EOS) program is a part of the Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) sponsored by the New Jersey Commission on Higher Education. It is designed for New Jersey students from educationally and economically disadvantaged backgrounds. To be considered for the EOF program, you must: 1. demonstrate financial need and a background of historical poverty, 2. have a family income that falls within the established income eligibility criteria indicated below, 3. demonstrate an educationally disadvantaged background, and 4. be a U.S. citizen and a resident of New Jersey for 12 months immediately preceding enrollment. ESTABLISHED INCOME ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA Household Size Annual Gross Household Size Annual Gross (including student) Family Income (including student) Family Income 1 $20,420 5 $48,260 2 $27,380 6 $55,220 3 $34,340 7 $62,180 4 $41,300 8 $69,140 Add $6,960 for each additional household member. Students enrolled in the EOS program receive additional grants from the state of New Jersey. In addition, Drew University provides significant additional need-based aid to support EOS students. Students also attend a free summer enrichment program to prepare for success in college and receive extra support services throughout their studies, such as counseling and tutoring. For more information visit state.nj.us/ highereducation/eof. TRANSFER APPLICANTS Any student who has attempted 12 college credits or more after high school graduation is considered a transfer student. Transfer students are encouraged to submit their applications as follows: Semester Preferred Deadline * Fall June 1 Spring December 1 * Applications received after this date will be considered on a space-available basis. Approximately three weeks after notification of admission, the Office of the Registrar will mail an evaluation of your transfer credits. To receive credit for previously completed course work you must submit the related transcripts with your application for admission. INTERNATIONAL APPLICANTS International students are required to submit all of the required application information as outlined for high school or transfer students, depending on their standing. In addition, international students are required to submit the following paperwork: Results from English proficiency exam TOEFL or IELTS. On a case-by-case basis this may be waived depending on your SAT/ACT scores or previous study. Evaluation of all school credentials. If your previous institution was outside of the United States, you will be required to have a course-by-course evaluation of your credits by World Education Services, AACRAO or any other credential evaluation service that is a member of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES). Visit naces.org/members.htm for a list of members. Students studying at an American school abroad do not need to submit a credential evaluation. Drew may waive the need for a credential evaluation on a case-by-case basis. Supporting financial documentation required for students in need of F-1 status. Please visit /cla/international.aspx for more details and to download the required forms. SCHOLARSHIPS AND FINANCIAL AID Drew University provided over $27 million dollars in financial aid to enrolling students last year alone. This demonstrates Drew s sincere commitment to providing students with financial assistance. Drew awards both meritbased scholarships and need-based grants to its students. Merit-based scholarships at Drew are automatically awarded at the point of admission based on the strength of the student s academic profile. In addition to these automatically awarded scholarships, first-year students can also apply for special $20,000 scholarships ($5,000 per year) in the arts, sciences and for community service. Civic Engagement Scholarships are for students who have demonstrated exceptional leadership in community service, the Presidential Scholarships for the Arts are awarded to students based on excellence in art, music, theater or creative writing, and our RISE science scholarships are for students who wish to major in science and have excelled academically. Apply by February 1. Learn more at /cla/scholarships. Additionally, students are encouraged to file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by February 15 to receive consideration for need-based aid from Drew as well as the federal and/or state government. Filing the FAFSA is important because, in addition to need-based grants, you may also qualify for federal work-study or low interest federal loans. Students are encouraged to file the FAFSA online at fafsa.gov. Drew s code is Please retain instructions for your records.
4 Application Instructions Apply online at /apply FIELDS OF STUDY American Studies * Anthropology Archaeology * Art Art History Arts Administration and Museology * Asian Studies * Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Biological Anthropology Biology Business Studies Chemistry Chinese Studies Classics Computer Science Dance * Economics Education (Elementary, Early Childhood, Special Education) * Available as a minor only Education (Secondary) Engineering English Environmental Studies and Sustainability European Studies * French German Global Studies History Holocaust Studies * Humanities * Italian * Jewish Studies * Latin American Studies * Linguistic Studies * Mathematics Medicine ^ Middle Eastern Studies * Music Neurosciences Pan-African Studies Philosophy Physics Political Science Pre-Law Pre-Medicine Psychology Public Health * Religious Studies Russian * Sociology Spanish Theatre Arts Western Heritage * Women s & Gender Studies World Literature * Writing * Education is offered as a joint-degree program. Secondary and middle school certification in biology, chemistry, English, French, Italian, math, physics, Spanish, _social studies or theatre arts is a 4+1 program leading to a bachelor in arts degree in your chosen subject and a master of arts in teaching degree from Drew University. Elementary, early childhood and special education are offered as joint-degree programs with the College of St. Elizabeth. Engineering is offered as a joint-degree program with Columbia University. Students may enter into either a 3+2 model to earn a bachelor s degree from both Drew and the partner institution or pursue a 4+2 program leading to a master s degree from the partner institution. Students may pursue a wide variety of engineering programs including but not limited to chemical, civil, computer, environmental, electrical, industrial and mechanical. ^ 3+4 dual degree program with the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey-New Jersey Medical School leading to a BA and MD degree. Pre-professional programs which must be combined with a major. VISIT DREW Visiting our campus is one of the best ways to see for yourself if Drew is the right fit for you. We encourage you to pay us a visit, stop in for a tour and information session or join us for an overnight or an open house. Campus Tours Fall & Spring Semesters Monday through Friday: 10 a.m., noon & 3 p.m. Saturday: 10 a.m. & noon Information Sessions Summer Monday through Friday: 10 a.m., noon & 3 p.m. Information sessions are designed to provide you with an overview of Drew and answers to all of your FAQs. It is the perfect complement to your campus tour, designed so you can end the 10 a.m. tour with an information session or attend one before the noon tour. Fall & Spring Semesters Monday through Saturday: 11:15 a.m. Summer Monday through Friday: 11:15 a.m. Visit today for a specific schedule and to register for a tour or information session. Drew University is committed to fostering an inclusive and socially just campus environment, enhanced by the presence and participation of people of varying races, cultures, nationalities, ethnicities, geographic origins, socioeconomic classes, sexual orientations, genders, physical and learning abilities, religions and beliefs. This list is nonexclusive, and we recognize and value the variation within groups as well as the diversity among them. Our goal is an education that in content, scope and pedagogy embraces difference, promotes respect and extends beyond the classroom to the various workplaces, residence halls and playing fields of the university and to the local and global communities. We aspire to sustain a learning environment in which students, faculty and staff gain an understanding of the challenges, accomplishments and perspectives of a range of groups, at the same time that they gain a fuller understanding of themselves. Achieving this vision represents a fundamental institutional commitment, one that is critical to Drew University s mission as a place of higher learning. Questions concerning this policy, or complaints of discrimination, may be directed to George-Harold Jennings, affirmative action officer, Drew University, Madison, NJ 07940, , (Information provided in compliance with Title IX, Section 504, and the Age Discrimination Act.)
5 Application for Admission (Page 1 of 4) Apply online at /apply Name Date of Birth Last First Middle Suffix Preferred First Name Social Security Number Optional Gender: c Female c Male Preferred Phone: c Home c Cell Home Phone Cell Phone PERMANENT HOME ADDRESS Number/Street Apt # MAILING ADDRESS (if different from above) Boarding School Name (if applicable) Number/Street Apt # Valid from to ADMISSION PLANS I m applying as a: c First-year student c Transfer student Intended start date: c Fall 20 c Spring 20 I would like to: c Live on campus c Commute Review my application based on my: c SAT/ACT scores or c Graded paper (Not applicable for transfer students) I would like to apply: (for first-year applicants only) c Early Decision I Due Nov. 1 (Early Decision Agreement must be submitted for consideration) c Early Decision II Due Jan. 15 (Early Decision Agreement must be submitted for consideration) c Early Action Due Jan. 15 (Applications received after this date considered on a space-available basis) c Regular Decision Due Feb. 15 (Applications received after this date considered on a space-available basis) My intended major is: (if known) I would like to be considered for: (check if applicable) c 7-year (3+4) BA/MD program with UMDNJ-NJMS (very selective program; see instruction for details) c 5-year (4+1) BA/MAT Teacher Education Program for Secondary Education EOS/EOF Applicants Only c Please check here if you would like to apply for the EOS/EOF Program. This is a state funded program for academically and economically disadvantaged New Jersey residents. If you check this program, please carefully read instructions and complete the section below. Have you lived in New Jersey for the last 12 consecutive months? c Yes c No Do you have any siblings who are/were enrolled in the EOF program? c Yes c No If you are a transfer student, are you currently an EOF student? c Yes c No Number of people in your household (including yourself): Approximate annual gross family income:
6 Application for Admission (Page 2 of 4) Apply online at /apply CITIZENSHIP INFORMATION U.S. Citizen: c Yes c No or U.S. Permanent Resident: c Yes c No Are you a veteran: c Yes c No Place of Birth City Country Answer below only if you are NOT a U.S. citizen or permanent resident Are you currently in the U.S.? c Yes c No (If yes, on what status? ) Do you need an I-20? c Yes c No (If you check no, Drew will not process an I-20 for you.) In order to issue you an I-20, you are required to submit additional documents and proof of your ability to pay. Please visit /cla/international.aspx to obtain information about required forms and documents. Please also submit a copy of your passport with this application. FAMILY INFORMATION #1 c Parent c Guardian Is he/she living? c Yes c No Do you live with this person? c Yes c No Name Relation to Student Last First Middle Marital Status: c Married c Divorced c Widowed c Separated c Single c Male c Female Place of Birth City State Country Address (if different from student) Number/Street Apt # Home Phone Cell Phone Highest Degree Earned School Degree Earned Employer Job Title #2 c Parent c Guardian Is he/she living? c Yes c No Do you live with this person? c Yes c No Name Relation to Student Last First Middle Marital Status: c Married c Divorced c Widowed c Separated c Single c Male c Female Place of Birth City State Country Address (if different from student) Number/Street Apt # Home Phone Cell Phone Highest Degree Earned School Degree Earned Employer Job Title Please list if any relative is a Drew employee or student or alumnus/a. Name Relationship Employee/Student/Alumni Year of Graduation/Anticipated Graduation Name Relationship Employee/Student/Alumni Year of Graduation/Anticipated Graduation
7 Application for Admission (Page 3 of 4) Apply online at /apply SCHOOL INFORMATION High School Name CEEB Code Type of School: c Public c Private c Boarding c Charter c Parochial c Home-School Address Number/Street Start Date Date of Graduation mm/yyyy mm/yyyy Counselor s Name Phone Counselor s Fax Are you currently in high school? c Yes c No Did you receive a GED? c Yes c No If so, list date: (Please send official scores from testing agency.) mm/yyyy List all other high schools, colleges/universities (including summers) and academic programs you attended beginning with ninth grade. You must submit transcripts from each school. High School Name CEEB Code Dates Attended Location College/University Name CEEB Code Dates Attended Location CURRENT YEAR S COURSES Semester #1 Semester #2 Course Title Level (AP, Honors) Course Title Level (AP, Honors) DISCIPLINE INFORMATION Have you ever been placed on probation, suspended, removed, dismissed or expelled from any school or academic program since ninth grade? c Yes c No Other than traffic offenses, have you ever been convicted of any misdemeanor, felony or other crime? c Yes c No If you answered yes to either or both questions, please provide an explanation on a separate sheet of paper.
8 Application for Admission (Page 4 of 4) Apply online at /apply EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES (attach additional information if needed or provide a listing on a separate sheet) Organization/Activity Position Years Held Hours per Week HONORS OR AWARDS (attach additional information if needed or provide a listing on a separate sheet) Name Grade Level EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION (attach additional information if needed or provide a listing on a separate sheet) Employer Title Dates of Employment Hours per Week OPTIONAL INFORMATION (for research purposes only) R Are you Hispanic or Latino? c Yes c No Country of family s origin: How would you describe your racial background? (select one or more of the following categories) c American Indian or Alaska Native Tribal affiliation c Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander c Asian country of family s origin c White c Black or African American Religious affiliation What is your family s approximate gross income? c $0 $25,000 c $50,000 $75,000 c $100,000 $125,000 c $150,000 $200,000 c $25,000 $50,000 c $75,000 $100,000 c $125,000 $150,000 c $200,000 + Is English your native language? c Yes c No If no, specify Do you speak English at home? c Yes c No If no, specify What is the primary language of instruction in your secondary school? To what other colleges have you/will you apply? How did you learn about Drew? What characteristic most influenced you to apply to Drew? AUTHORIZATION Your signature below: 1. Authorizes all schools you attended to provide all requested records and allows a review of your application for the admission process chosen on this application. 2. Confirms all information on this application (including any supplemental information) is factually true and honestly presented and that you are the person submitting this application. Signature of Applicant Date
9 DREW(3739) (3739) Counselor Counselor Evaluation Evaluation Form Form (Page 1 of 2) COUNSELOR EVALUATION FORM To the Applicant (required for first-year applicants only) Please give this form to your college adviser or guidance counselor. Your application is not considered complete until we have received this form and your official transcript. Name Last First Middle Suffix Address Number/Street Apt. # Date of Birth Social Security Number y Optional Phone To the Secondary School Counselor Attach applicant s official transcript, including courses in progress, a school profile and transcript legend. Sign below and return information to Drew at the address indicated. Counselor s Name (Mr./Mrs./Dr., etc.) Signature Date Title School School Address Number/Street Counselor s Phone Counselor s Fax Secondary School CEEB/ACT Code Counselor s Type of School: c Public c Private c Boarding c Charter c Parochial c Home-School How long have you known this student and in what context? What are the first words that come to your mind to describe this student? I recommend this student: c No basis c With Reservation c Fairly Strongly c Strongly c Enthusiastically GPA GPA scale c weighted c unweighted The school s passing mark is Rank out of or decile or quartile If precise rank is not available, please indicate if the student is: c In the top 5% of the graduating class c In the top 20% of the graduating class c In the top 10% of the graduating class c In the top 25% of the graduating class Percentage of graduating class attending: Four-year institutions Two-year institutions Are classes taken on a block schedule? c Yes c No Is the applicant an IB Diploma candidate? c Yes c No Do you limit the number of AP courses a student can take? c Yes c No How many AP courses do you offer (in total)?
10 DREW(3739) (3739) Counselor Evaluation Form (Page 2 of 2) In comparison with other college preparatory students at your school, the applicant s course selection is: Below Average c 1 c 2 c 3 c 4 c 5 c 6 Most Demanding 1. Has the applicant ever been found responsible for a disciplinary violation at your school from ninth grade or the international equivalent forward, whether related to academic or behavioral misconduct, that resulted in the applicant s probation, suspension, removal, dismissal or expulsion from your institution? c Yes c No 2. To your knowledge, has the applicant ever been convicted of a misdemeanor, felony or other crime? c Yes c No If you answered yes to either or both questions, please attach a separate piece of paper or use your written recommendation to give the approximate date of each incident and explain the circumstances. Ratings Compared to other students in his or her class year, how do you rate this student in terms of: One of the Very Good Top Few I ve Below (well above Excellent Outstanding Encountered Qualities Average Average average) (top 10%) (top 5%) (top 1%) No Basis Academic Achievement Extracurricular Accomplishments Personal Qualities and Character Creativity OVERALL Evaluation Please write whatever you think is important about this student, including a description of academic, extracurricular and personal characteristics. We welcome a broad-based assessment that will help us to differentiate this student from others. Feel free to attach an additional sheet or another reference you may have prepared on behalf of this student.
11 Teacher Evaluation Form (Page 1 of 2) TEACHER EVALUATION FORM To the Applicant Please give this form to a teacher who knows you well. Your application is not considered complete until we have received this form. Name Last First Middle Suffix Address Number/Street Date of Birth Social Security Number Optional Phone To the Teacher Please complete this form and mail it to the address on this form by the application deadline. The student named above is applying for admission to Drew University. The Selection Committee finds candid evaluations helpful when choosing among highly qualified candidates. We are primarily interested in whatever you think is important about the applicant s academic and personal qualifications for college. A photocopy of this reference form or another reference you may have prepared on behalf of this student is acceptable. Teacher s Name (Mr./Mrs./Dr., etc.) Subject Taught Signature Date Secondary School School Address Number/Street Teacher s Phone Teacher s Background Information How long have you known this student and in what context? List the courses you have taught this student, noting the student s year in school, the level of course difficulty and the final or last grades the student received. Course Name Year Level Final Grade
12 Teacher Evaluation Form (Page 2 of 2) Ratings Compared to other students in his or her class year, how do you rate this student in terms of: One of the Very Good Top Few I ve Below (well above Excellent Outstanding Encountered Qualities Average Average average) (top 10%) (top 5%) (top 1%) No Basis Academic Achievement Intellectual Promise Quality of Writing Creative, Original Thought Productive Class Discussion Respect Accorded to Faculty Disciplined Work Habits Maturity Motivation Leadership Integrity Reaction to Setbacks Concern for Others Self-Confidence Initiative, Independence OVERALL Evaluation Please write whatever you think is important about this student, including a description of academic, extracurricular and personal characteristics. We welcome a broad-based assessment that will help us to differentiate this student from others. Feel free to attach an additional sheet or another reference you may have prepared on behalf of this student.
13 Early Decision Agreement EARLY DECISION AGREEMENT To be completed by first-year students applying Early Decision Name c Male c Female Last First Middle Suffix Date of Birth Social Security Number y Address Number/Street Phone What is Early Decision? Early Decision is a special program designed for students who are confident that Drew is their first-choice school. Students should only apply Early Decision to one institution. Early Decision is binding, which means as part of applying Early Decision you are agreeing to enroll at Drew if you are admitted, financial circumstances permitting. Students must also submit the Early Decision Agreement to be considered for Early Decision. If you are not admitted under the Early Decision program your application may be deferred to the regular decision pool, in which case your admission will not be binding. Why Choose Early Decision? The $50 application fee is automatically waived for Early Decision applicants. Early Decision applicants are given special consideration in the admission process. Early Decision students are among the first students to be considered for admission and scholarships. Early Decision is the fastest way to receive notification of your admission status. Early Decision allows you to finalize your college search process sooner. By signing this section, I understand the following: I am applying to Drew University as an Early Decision candidate. Drew is my first choice institution. I am not applying Early Decision to any other institution. If I am admitted to Drew, my admission is binding and I intend to enroll, financial circumstances permitting. Upon admission I will be required to submit my tuition deposit within three to four weeks. Signature of Applicant Date Signature of Parent or Legal Guardian Date Signature of Guidance Counselor Date
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