Charles Drew Science Scholars, a unit in the College of Natural Science, serves approximately 250 students undergraduate students each year. While the freshman students reside in Rather Hall, many of our students continue to live in the Brody Neighborhood while on campus. Whether on- or off-campus we keep our students connected to campus and community opportunities for professional development, service, and research.
Highlighted Registered Student Organizations
Drew Scholars is affiliated with student organizations that underscore the ideal of academic success, commitment to community, and professional development. Those most closely affiliated are:
DSO is a student-led organization designed to build community among Drew Scholars through service and social activities. While the Drew office staff focuses on academic and professional support mechanisms, DSO has a primary focus of connecting all Drew Scholars across incoming classes and creating a community of inclusiveness. DSO is also instrumental in executing Drew's third pillar of Community Engagement & Service.
Minority Association of Pre-Medical Students (MAPS)
MAPS is an organization designed to help minority pre-professional health students (pre-medical, public health, etc.) prepare for health-based professional graduate programs. MAPS is committed to supporting future underrepresented minority health students, addressing the needs of underserved communities, and increasing the number of clinically excellent, culturally competent, and socially conscious physicians.