Drew University houses nine CLA unique and creative Theme Houses that embrace various cultures and characteristics.
The houses are made up of CLA residents and two of the theme houses are made-up of graduate/Theological houses. Six of our CLA Theme Houses are housed in Haselton Hall (Earth House, Euro Zone, La Casa, Music Appreciation, Open Source, and WaZoBia Mana) and three in Eberhardt Hall (Asia Tree, Spirituality and WoCo). Each Theme House contains its own distinct community that programs for the campus on a regular basis.
Each of the CLA Theme Houses have a House Assistant or HA. Their role is to build community, be a resource to house members, and serve as a liaison between ResLife and their house while enforcing the rules and regulations of ResLife.
All Theme Houses have a faculty advisor. This position allows for contextual learning to occur outside of the classroom as the faculty adviser may serve as a facilitator to house members as well as serving as a consultant on topics of interest to the house, and also serves as a resource as house members plan programs based on the theme of the house.