McClintock Hall is one of the four co-ed Residence Halls in the Suites Complex.  Practically identical to Foster and Hurst Halls, McClintock stands to the left side of the Complex towards McLendon Hall.  McClintock houses 3 floors, 12 suites, 12 rooms per floor, and a total of 67 residents.  In front of McClintock Hall, the university sets up a small picnic area, where residents are allowed to use a grill during the summer months. The laundry room is located on the first floor.  Also, this area houses a microwave that is accessible to all residents for their convenience.The Suites Complex is nestled in the back of the campus.  Offering upper-classmen the opportunity to escape the traditional styled Residence Halls, the Suites Complex boasts more of a smaller community.  Each suite consists of a common room, bathroom and houses 5 to 6 residents (2-3 bedrooms).  Drew supplies limited furnishings for the common room and bedroom, and the residents are responsible for cleaning their bedrooms, common room and their bathroom.

While each building takes on a personality of its own, the overall environment allows for a social atmosphere to complement the educational offerings of the university.  Each residence hall houses a washer and dryer unit. All of the buildings in this complex are air-conditioned.

 

McClintock Hall Facts:

Description Capacity Room Type Room Size Window Size
  • Suite Style Building
  • Co-Ed by Suite
  • 65 Residents
  • 2 Resident Assistants
  • 54 Doubles
  • 2 Singles
  • 1 Triple
  • 11’6″x13′ (Approximately)
  • 56″ wide
  • 80″ high
    (Approximately)

Other Information

  • Common Room & Bathroom per suite
  • Houses washer, dryer, and microwave
  • Garbage shed located behind Complex

History

McClintock Hall is named after John McClintock, first president of Drew’s seminary later to become Drew University.