Welcome to living in the Forest this fall!

All new and returning university students have specific dates to move in to meet the various orientation_MG_0049 schedules and to maximize traffic flow. 

Please pay attention to the specific dates for your assigned move-in times as listed below:

International Theological Student Move-In for enrollees of the Summer Immersion Class, is July 28 - July 31.

New Graduate and Theological Students with housing assignments on or after August 20, 2014.

New CUE Students with housing assignments in Wendel, Tipple, or the Townhouse August 25-August 28.

New CLA and CUE students living in undergrad halls may move in on Friday, August 29. Please refer to the orientation page for up-to-date information.

All returning Graduate and Theological Residents may return to campus August 25-August 28. No appointments will be scheduled on August 29 due to New Student Move-In and Orientation.

Returning CLA and CUE students may return to campus on Monday, September 1, 2014.

To expedite your move-in, please check your student account via Drew’s Treehouse or contact the following offices prior to arriving on campus to move-in. As per University policy you must be cleared by the following offices:  Business Office, Financial Aid, Health Services, and have accepted or waived the student health insurance prior to receiving your key for check in.

All University policies are enforce through out the school year. Please refer to the student handbook, Daniel’s Dictionary.

 What We Do

Residence Life provides a residential experience in which students can “Live, Act, and Learn,” via quality programs and services in the residence halls.  We promote residential student success by being an extension of the classroom.  Our community living encourages critical thinking, development of leadership skills, and exploration of self.  We provide students with an inclusive, healthy and welcoming home.  We encourage our residents to positively connect to Drew University and become global citizens.

Community Standards promotes the University’s educational goals of “Live, Act, and Learn” by  encouraging responsible community conduct both inside and outside the classroom. Community Standards help everyone reflect on the bearing of choices made.

Residence Life and Community Standards staff are committed to working with you! You will be recognized and valued through our interactions, services, activities and programs, and through our policy and procedures. We will engage residents in purposeful activities and programs that promote student development and foster student learning. We are committed to making your time at Drew memorable.

The Office of Residence Life is proud to be a member of the division of Campus Life and Student Affairs.  We work closely with our affiliate offices, especially Housing, Conferences, and Hospitality, which handles all student housing operations including: room requests, physical space, furniture, room changes, and room selection.

The Office of Residence Life and Community Standards is open during the fall and spring semesters from Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

http://www.drew.edu/reslife/incident-report-form