The Welch/Holloway Complex was renovated in 2013 (Welch) and 2000 (Holloway). These co-ed residence halls are located on the brim towards the backside of campus; bordering the Welch/Holloway encompasses a tight-knit community made up of first-years and upperclassmen.  Bridging the two Halls is the Welch/Holloway Lounge. This is located on the first floor and is home to a small kitchenette area where residents gather to study, watch tv, relax, and enjoy programs. The Welch/Holloway Complex patio.  is a small picnic area where residents hang out to socialize.

Holloway Hall contains three stories and a basement. This traditional style hall is co-ed by room. On each floor is a small lounge with a little kitchenette area that contains a sink and a microwave. Residents have access to these areas 24/7. The basement houses a laundry room for everyone’s use, as well as a TV room for public use. Also, Holloway has an attached annex that houses the Office of Residence Life and Health Services. Holloway contains one of three Drew University Substance Free Floors.

Holloway Hall Facts:

Description Capacity Room Type Room Size Window Size
  • Traditional Style
  • Co-Ed by Room
  • 135 Residents
  • 3 Resident Assistants
  • 23 Singles
  • 56 Doubles
  • Single: 7′x14′
  • Double: 14′x10′
  • 44″ wide
  • 66″ high

Other Information

  • Houses washers, dryers, and kitchen
  • Shares Large Lounge with Holloway
  • Substance Free Floor

History

Holloway Hall is named after Fred G. Holloway, the 7th president of Drew University. He served from 1949-1960.