Congratulations on your acceptance to Drew University! Now that you’ve enrolled, it is time to begin preparing for the start of your first semester. While orientation is designed to assist you in your transition to Drew, there are several matters which you should address now.
New and transfer CUE students starting at Drew during the fall 2014 semester are invited to attend a two-part orientation program.
In June, students are invited to attend a one-day orientation program offered on June 23, 24 or 25, 2014. Students must register to attend only ONE session by completing the following Registration Form. View the schedule for June Orientation here.
At our June orientation, you’ll meet with fellow students and learn about the numerous resources and opportunities available to you at Drew University. You will also meet with an Academic Advisor, take placement tests, and select and register for your fall 2014 courses.
If you cannot attend our on-campus June Orientation program, we will be hosting an Alternative Orientation program throughout July in which students are scheduled for a 30-minute conversation with an Academic Advisor. This appointment will be held either via Skype or a telephone call. Registration is required for this program!
The second part of our orientation program will take place in August. Please mark your calendars to attend, Friday August 29 through Monday, September 1, 2014. All students are required to attend all four days of the program.
Click on Orientation for further information.
All incoming students are required to complete health forms and provide proof of immunization as part of their enrollment. These forms must be completed in full online. No substitutions for online forms will be accepted. Please be advised, some documents will have to be printed, completed and mailed back to the Drew University Health Services Office (“DUHS”).
Students should start this process by visiting http://www.drew.edu/health/new-student-documents.
All health forms must be completed before students will be allowed to continue registration or occupy housing. Students without completed health forms may be de-enrolled from classes!
For additional information regarding required health forms, please contact the Drew University Health Services Office at 973.408.3414 or email@example.com
On-campus housing is open to full-time adult students on a space-available basis. The vast majority of CUE students who live on campus reside in our graduate & theological student dormitories rather than with traditional-aged undergraduates.
If you are interested in living on campus, please visit the Graduate and Theological Housing website and click on the 3rd bullet under Forms heading that says ” Housing Application.” Please be sure to note in the “comments” box that you are a CUE student.
For more information on housing, please contact Bob Meade, Graduate & Theological Housing Coordinator, at 973.408.3681 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Drew Network Account
As a Drew student, you will receive a network account which gives you access to your Drew email account, TreeHouse Self-Service (your student information portal) and your personal network drive. Your Drew uLogin information is sent electronically upon enrollment to the email address you provided on your application form. If you have not received your uLogin information, please contact Sunita Bhargava at email@example.com or 973.408.3400.
Once you have your uLogin, please visit drew.edu/activate to activate your network account. You won’t be able to register if your account is not activated!
All Drew students are assigned an faculty adviser. Students work in consultation with their advisers in making registration selections; this is especially important for students with transfer credit. Please contact Sunita Bhargava at firstname.lastname@example.org or 973.408.3400 if you have not received contact information for your adviser.
Students should review fall course information prior to speaking with their adviser. The fall course listing is available at Treehouse Self Service by clicking “Look Up Classes” under “Registration Tools.”
After consulting with their adviser, students will be given a PIN number which will enable them to register on-line via TreeHouse. For detailed instructions on how to register using TreeHouse, please visit http://www.drew.edu/registrar/student/treehouse-and-self-service-registration-instructions.
If you have questions about the registration process, advising or other issues, please contact the Continuing Education Office at 973-408-3400. Fall classes begin on Tuesday, September 2nd!
Please register your car online at the following link https://parking.drew.edu/myparking. Once you have done so, you can go to the Department of Public Safety located in Pepin Service Center to get your parking decal. Please be advised you will need to bring your Drew University Identification Card, a valid driver’s license, your vehicle registration, and proof of insurance.
Drew’s Office of Disability Services, part of the Academic Services Office, provides reasonable basic accommodations for students with learning differences and physical challenges. Please contact Asha Nambiar, Coordinator of Disability Services at 973.408.3962 to set up an appointment to discuss your particular situation.
View semester start and end dates, as well as holiday breaks and registration schedules.
Drew no longer mails paper billing statements to students. Bills are available via TreeHouse Self-Service.
Once logged into TreeHouse Self-Service, look for the “Statement and Billing History” under “My Statement” on the right-hand side of the page. That link also provides information on how to pay your bill on-line with a credit card or by check to Drew University.
If you have any questions about your billing or payment options, please contact our Business Office at 973/408-3114 or at email@example.com.
Students using VA Educational benefits should contact Ellen Sutton (973.408.3211) in the Registrar’s Office in order to start the certification process. The Registrar’s Office is located in Tilghman House.
View a campus map and directions to Drew, as well as the student handbook and a handy directory of people and offices.