Drew University offers residents the options to live in residence halls or special interest housing where students with similar goals and focus areas have an opportunity to form community. We believe one’s residence hall experience is integral to the outstanding education Drew offers its students. Each residence complex is unique and contributes to a rich and diverse community. Living and learning among students from various locales adds to the Drew experience.
The Living Learning Communities provide residents the opportunity to share an academic course. This gives students easy access to study partners, floor programs focused on the living learning community, and additional access to faculty members. The Office of Residence Life partners with the Office of Civic Engagement, College of Liberal Arts, and INTO Drew.
Drew has a rich history of theme houses providing opportunities for upperclassman and transfer students to live in a community centered around a common theme.
Wellness/substance free floors are designed to support students’ decisions to refrain from the use of alcohol or other drugs while they pursue healthy academic and social experiences.
Drew offers housing to graduate and theological students for single, couples, and families. It also supports two theme houses, the Intentional Living Community (ILC) and the Masters in the Art of Teaching (MAT) to strengthen the community and educational benefit of living at Drew.