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Safe and beautiful Madison, New Jersey

You can get the best of both worlds at INTO Drew University. A safe, picturesque and friendly campus, known as "The Forest," is just a short train ride from New York City. The town of Madison, New Jersey is known for its lively downtown full of dozens of shops and restaurants. The Madison historic district is just a 10-minute walk from your residence hall. 

The perfect location for you

Drew University’s hometown, Madison, is known as "The Rose City." It has a small town feel with large town amenities, which means you'll have everything you need within walking distance from campus. Within minutes of Drew’s campus is one of the largest concentrations of corporate headquarters and research centers in the nation.  Also, within an hour radius of Drew, are the Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge, the Jersey Shore, Meadowlands Sports Complex, Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, the ski resorts of the Pocono Mountains and, of course, New York City.

New York is a true melting pot of cultures. From New York City’s Chinatown to Queens’ Little Guyana, New York is one of the most culturally diverse places in the world and you can be there in 47 minutes by train.

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More than just a place to sleep

We understand your living situation is important. At Drew this means making the dormitory more than just a place to rest your head. Residents halls are equipped with foosball and ping pong tables, two TV lounges, kitchen and spacious meeting areas for dinner with friends or student services run events like casino night. Your accommodation truly is your home away from home.

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Something for everyone

With 18 Division III sports teams, over 70 student clubs and a highly ranked intramural sports recreation program, you'll never be bored at Drew. 

Want to spread your wings and step off campus? Visit one of New York City’s countless museums such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, catch a New York Knicks NBA basketball game at at the world famous Madison Square Garden or take a picture at one of New York’s famous landmarks such as the Empire State Building.

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Everything you need to be successful

Our campus has everything you need at your fingertips. Our student services team and campus recreation office work together to make campus your social headquarters. Shoot some pool with your new friends at the Ehinger Center lounge, set up a badminton court between two trees in The Forest or catch a professional play at the Shakespeare Theatre located in the heart of campus.

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Tell us what you want to eat

Our food services team works hard to make sure food is healthy and reflects the hundreds of international students from over 50 different countries. Our executive chef listens to the needs of our international students like you.

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