Living on Campus
Drew University provides a limited amount of housing for graduate and theological students in four different facilities; Townhouse, Eberhardt, Tipple Hall and Wendel Hall. Housing is available for single students and students with spouses, domestic partners and/or dependent children under 18 years of age. However, since housing is limited, it is not guaranteed. The University will make every effort to satisfy the needs of each applicant within the bounds of our policies, but reserves the right to make all final decisions regarding housing assignments.
The following qualifications, rules and regulations apply to residents in all Graduate and Theological Student housing. Housing is available for:
- Students who have officially accepted admission into the University.
- Students who have paid an enrollment deposit and housing deposit.
- Only full-time, degree-seeking students of the University. A minimum of nine (9) credits per semester (Graduate or Theological program) or maintenance and matriculation are required to classify a student as full-time for the academic year.
A housing deposit of $250 must be submitted in order to secure housing and receive a housing assignment. The deposit is non-refundable after July 1 for the fall semester and December 1 for the spring semester.