Summer in the Forest

CLA Residents Move-InHoyt copy

If you are moving in for CLA classes and have been assigned a room from the Housing Office, please come to the Office of Residence Life, located in Hurst Residence Hall.

Summer resident check-in:

  • Monday-Thursday between 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. or,
  • Friday, 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
  • Please call the office, during business hours,  if extenuating circumstances require you to check in at a different time, 973/408-3394.

To expedite your move-in,  please check your student account via Drew’s Treehouse or contact the Business Office prior to arriving on campus  to pick up your key and housing assignment. As per University policy you must have you account balance cleared with the Business Office including the cost of Summer Housing.

CLA Summer Housing is in Hoyt-Bowne Residence Hall.  Please note, summer residents may have a window air-conditioner in their room. Residents must purchase the air-conditioner, then contact Facilities to have the unit installed there is a fee of $75.00 that will be charged to the student’s account. Residents may not install the unit for liability reasons. 

All University policies remain in place for more information please refer to the student handbook, Daniel’s Dictionary.

Graduate/Theological Student Move-Out at end of June

  • Grad and Theo students please check your housing agreement for June move-outs.
  • This link may help with the move out process.

International Theological Student Move-In for Summer Immersion Class

  • July 28 is the earliest date to move on to campus
  • All housing assignments are made by the Housing Office
  • Once residents receive a housing assignment, please contact Residence Life to schedule a move-in appointment.

 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