Single Student Housing Units

Drew University provides a limited amount of housing for single Graduate and Theological students in Wendel Hall, Tipple Hall,Townhouse and Eberhardt.

Single, double and commuter rooms are available. We also have a limited number of small efficiencies.

Students have the option of 9- or 12-month occupancy.

Single and Double rooms:

Double rooms are slightly less expensive than single rooms, but two students will share a bedroom.  Singles and doubles are in shared living environments in either suites or houses.  All students have access to kitchen and bathroom facilities.  Bedrooms have a bed (mattress 35” x 80”), dresser, desk and chair for each student. Basic phone service, internet and cable service are provided.

Small Efficiencies:

There are a limited number of efficiencies available.  These units are open to the outside and are intended for single students. Each unit has a bathroom and a kitchen. The unit is furnished with a bed (mattress 35” x 80”), dresser, desk and chair. Basic phone service, internet and cable service are provided.

Commuter Rooms:

Up to three students are assigned to one room and may use the room for no more than three nights per week each.  The unit is furnished with a bed (mattress 35” x 80”), dresser, desk and chair for each student. Each commuter room has a kitchen or kitchenette (microwave, no stove) and bathroom.  Basic phone service, internet and cable service are provided.

Students have the option of 9- or 12-month occupancy.

Family Housing Units

Apartments are available for couples and families. All apartments are unfurnished. Housing is very limited for families of four or more people. All units are assigned based on family size and the University’s policy on capacity limitations. Basic telephone service, cable tv, and internet service are provided through Drew University. Family housing is available for the full year.

Only spouses, partners or dependents under age 18 may live in University housing with a student. No more than two children may share a bedroom in a two- or three-bedroom housing unit. If two children sharing a bedroom are under the age of ten, then they may be of the opposite sex. If one child is ten or older, then he or she may only share a bedroom with another child of the same sex. Children who reach their tenth birthday before July 1 will be affected by this policy for the start of the academic year.

Apartment Descriptions

One Bedroom

Living/dining/kitchen area- 12′ x 16′,
Bedroom- 10′ x 12′

For couples with up to one child under the age of ten; or single parents with up to two children of the same sex or two children of the opposite sex if both are under the age of ten. Maximum capacity is a family of three people.

Two Bedroom

Living/dining/kitchen area- 12′ x 16′,
Bedrooms- 10′ x 12′

For couples and single parents with at least one child over the age of ten, single parents and couples with two children of the same sex or two children of the opposite sex under the age of ten. Maximum capacity is a family of four people.

Three Bedroom

Living/dining/kitchen area- 12′ x 16′,
Bedrooms- 10′ x 12′

Reserved for couples and single parents with at least two children of the opposite sex, one of whom is ten or more, or three children. Maximum capacity is a family of six people.