The Wendel/Tipple Complex is unique to Drew University.  These on-campus apartments are available for married couples, families and single students.  Each Residence Hall also has a designated section for the College of Liberal Arts students, to further bridge the gap between the three schools.

Wendel/Tipple Complex boasts an indoor and outdoor playroom for the families with tables and grills for picnics and summer family fun. Moreover, Wendel Hall provides its students with a spacious study lounge while Tipple Hall Lounge is the hub of student gatherings due to its large lounge area complete with fire place and kitchen.

Please remember that the Wendel/Tipple playgrounds are for children only!  Children under the age of 10 are not permitted to be in either area without parental supervision.  Family housing units have the major kitchen appliances including an oven-range and refrigerator but these apartments are otherwise unfurnished.

Wendel/Tipple Hall Facts:

Description # of Apartments Apartment Type
  • One, two and three bedroom apartments
  • 36 Grad/Theo
  • 16 Undergrad
  • 34 1-BR
  • 5 2-BR
  • 3 3-BR

Other Information

  • Window air conditioners installed at residents expense.This cost covers installation and removal.

History

Tipple Hall is named after Ezra Squier Tipple, the fifth president of Drew’s Theological Seminary, now Drew University.