The increase in tuition for health students is much higher than the 2.3 percent other undergrad students experienced. The school has offered scholarships to help bring the cost down for some of the students experiencing higher costs.
New Newark Public Schools Superintendent Chris Cerf attend the school board meeting, where he outlined a five part proposal on how the district could return to local control. He also addressed the One Newark plan during the meeting.
Drew University President MaryAnn Baenniger says that the partnership between Drew and Raritan Community College will help students make a seamless transition into college. She also that the ability to complete the first two years at a community college and then the transition into a university for the second two years will help ease the burden of student loans.
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