Hoyt & Asbury.
Hoyt-Bowne Hall, also known as Hoyt is one of our oldest Residence Halls. Hoyt is nestled towards the front of campus, giving it a sense of independence along with Asbury Hall.
This traditional style hall boasts high ceilings and spacious rooms, reminding us of the Drew University of past. Despite many of the rooms being singles, Hoyt remains one of the social buildings on campus for its upper-class resident students.
The first floor houses all male students, 2 bathrooms, and a Resident Assistant. The second floor is co-ed by room, houses a lounge, kitchen, bathrooms, and a Resident Assistant. The third floor, also co-ed by room has a kitchen and bathrooms. Our all female fourth floor has a Resident Assistant and bathrooms. Here is an example of a single room in Hoyt.
This residence hall is home to upperclassman. The co-ed building offers many single rooms with community bathrooms on each floor. Each floor has its own kitchen consisting of refrigerator, stove, microwave, and kitchen sink. The main lounge is on the first floor. The laundry room is on the first floor of the building. Please contact the Office of Residence Life for information regarding individual room width/length.