January Term Housing begins during the first week of January and is open to Drew students who are working on their academic internships, approved independent study, honors work, volunteerism, international students, athletes approved by the Athletic Department, students employed by the University during January and students enrolled in a program at Saint Elizabeth College.
Applications are available from the Housing Office or the Office of Residence Life in late November/Early December. Please follow the directions and deadlines on the application to ensure a January Term Housing spot.
Each year, certain halls on campus are designated as the host for JanTerm Housing. We choose only 1 or 2 halls for JanTerm Housing in an effort to follow the campus sustainability efforts–as it takes much less energy to heat and power 2 residence halls instead of 15.
If your residence hall is chosen for housing JanTerm students–you are required to turn in your room keys at the end of the Fall semester. Failure to do so will result in a lock change for your room that will be charged to your student account. Also, you are required to remove any linens from your bed, clear off your desk, empty half of your dresser and clear half of your closet for the JanTerm student who will be staying there.
For move-in times, locations and information regarding JanTerm Housing–please contact the Office of Residence Life at 973-408-3394 or the Housing Office at 973-408-3681.
JanTerm residents are required to leave the room in the condition that they entered the room. They may be charged for any cleaning or damages found in the room.
Spring Break typically begins on a Friday in March. Please refer to the Academic Calendar for exact dates.
All residents are required to vacate their halls by this time–failure to do so may result in a fine.
Resident Assistants will distribute Spring Break closing information at the end of February. Please review this checklist for an overview of what you must complete before leaving campus.
During Spring Break closing, Residence Life staff members will be conducting Health and Safety Inspections in every room and bathroom inspections in Riker, the Townhouses and the Suites.
Any illegal items will be confiscated and held in the Office of Residence Life.
All confiscated items may be picked up from the Office of Residence Life at the end of each semester.
If you need to reside on campus during Spring Break–please contact the Housing Office at 973-408-3681.
The Residence halls re-open at noon on the Sunday after Spring Break.