Note to Students
WINTER 2013 Registration Deadline: January 9th, 2013.
Thank you for registering for Drew University’s Historic Preservation (HP) Certificate program! Complete details about courses and making your way around Drew’s campus will be posted on this page during the weeks ahead.
Students who have received a registration confirmation can access information about their course, including details on class location, parking arrangements, course materials, and syllabus, by clicking on the course link below. The links will be activated two weeks in advance of the first class meeting.
HP classes and workshops run throughout the year. Six to ten week classes are generally held at Drew’s campus in the evenings between 7pm-9pm. Workshops are held typically on Saturdays and can be both on and/or off-campus. Check time and location for your particular class in the HP brochure or this website’s course listings.
Directions to Campus
Find details about getting to Drew University on the driving directions web page. The online map of campus provides walking directions between locations on campus.
Parking at Drew
HP students may park on Drew’s campus, in either the Tilghman Lot or the Sitterly Lot. You can now purchase a parking pass directly from the Caspersen School of Graduate Studies (CSGS), either on your class’s first night or before the next class, saving you a trip to our Public Safety office. Your pass will be good through December 2013 so please hold onto it. The parking fee for 1/1/13-12/31/13 is $60 (for your current term to same term next year) or $20 (for your current term only). All permits must be displayed in the front windshield of your vehicle when parked on campus. Checks can be made payable to Drew University. Saturday workshops held on Drew’s campus do not require a parking pass. If you have received a parking pass from your participation in a spring or fall 2012 class, please let the HP administrator know on your first night of class.
Course Specific Information
Welcome letters, agendas and course syllabi will be posted here. Check regularly for any updates by your instructor. NOTE: American Architectural History and Grant Writing room changes starting January 30 & 31.
13WHP02 American Architectural History
Instructor: Edmund Meade
Date: Thursdays, January 17-March 21 (NO CLASS JAN. 31)
Time: 7– 9 pm
Location: Brothers College, room 21, lower level
Materials: American Architectural History Course Syllabus 2013
Materials Fee: $10
13WHP36 Grant Writing for Historic Preservation-CLASS CANCELED JAN. 30 due to instructor illness.
Instructor: Kathleen P. Galop, Esq.
Date: Wednesdays, January 16 – March 20
Time: 7-9 pm in Brothers College, room 117
Materials: Course Outline Course Materials Index
Materials Fee: $10
Winter One-Day Workshops
Morning coffee and danish will be provided. Please bring snacks and lunch for remainder of the day.
13WHPW37 Old House Primer: Basics of Mortar Workshop
Instructor: Diane KaeseMortar
Date: Saturday, February 2
Time: 9 am-4 pm
Location: Brothers College, lower level, room 21
13WHPW23 Researching your House’s History
Morning coffee will be available but please bring your lunch and afternoon refreshments!
Instructor: Jennifer Scanlan
Date: Saturday, March 23
Time: 10 am-5 pm
Materials: Jennifer’s PowerPoint Presentation will be emailed, file too big to place here.