Spring Semester Underway in the Forest
As Spring Break is just around the corner make sure you have all of the details all CLA students living in CLA Residence Halls must be out of their rooms by 7:00 p.m. on Friday, March 7, 2014. Here are the details.
Our 186 acre wooded campus is more than just a place to learn, it’s your home away from home. There are sixteen residence halls for first years to graduate/theological students. Plan to join us on your floor or in your halls for programs.
We provide students with an inclusive, healthy and welcoming home. We encourage our residents to positively connect to Drew University and become global citizens.
What We Do
ResLife 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.
Our staff is 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 is open during the fall and spring semesters from Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.