The following information should help you navigate Drew and be prepared for summer classes.
Classroom assignments can be viewed by reviewing the summer term course list.
Please be sure to double-check this site the weekend before classes begin as room assignments are subject to change.
Drew Network Accounts
Drew University network accounts are available to all visiting students registered for summer courses. As a Drew summer student, your network account gives you access to your Drew email account, TreeHouse Self-Service (your student information portal) and your personal network drive, as well as Moodle and other academic resources.
Summer students must activate their Drew accounts by visiting drew.edu/activate. Your uLogin ID (or username) was sent to the email address you provided on your summer registration form. If you misplaced that message, contact the Summer Term Office (973-408-3310 or email@example.com) to obtain your uLogin ID.
Please note that many professors use the campus computer network for their classes and you are responsible for making sure your network account is functional. If you have any questions about your account, please contact the CNS Helpdesk: 973-408-4357 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Summer Term bills are available through TreeHouse Self-Service. Drew does not mail paper billing statements to students’ home addresses; the only way you can view your statement is thought your student portal.
You can access your student portal by going to drew.edu/home. Click the Student tab on the top of the page and log-in. Once you are logged into TreeHouse Self Service, look for the “Statement and Billing History” under “My Statement” on the right-hand side of the page. That link also provides information on how to pay you bill on-line with a credit card or by check to Drew University.
If you have any questions about your billing or payment options, please contact our Business Office at 973/408-3114 or at email@example.com.
If you have not paid tuition and/or housing fees, you are required to report to the Business Office (located on the 1st floor of Tilghman House) before attending classes.
Withdrawal and Refund Policy
Drew reserves the right to cancel courses at any time. A full refund will be issued if a course is cancelled by Drew University.
All cancellations must be made in writing by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com. A full refund, minus a $50 processing fee, will be issued if the student withdraws two weeks prior to the scheduled start of classes. A 50 percent refund, minus a $50 processing fee, will be issued prior to the start of the second class meeting. No refunds will be issued after the second class meeting, and no exceptions will be made.
Cancellations & Changes in Registration
- All cancellations must be made in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
- Please review the academic calendar for deadlines regarding adding/dropping classes.
- Non-attendance does not constitute an official withdrawal. Failure to withdraw officially will result in a grade of “F” for the course. You will also be billed for the cost of the course.
- Drew reserves the right to cancel courses at any time. A full refund will be issued if a course is cancelled by Drew University.
Residential and commuter students are welcome to dine at the Ehinger Center or University Commons during SummerTerm. These services are open from 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Monday – Thursday. Please note that there is no meal plan for residential students and no regular food service outside of the days and times listed above during SummerTerm. Students may opt to walk to nearby downtown Madison (0.5 mile walk from campus) where there are many affordable dining options.
Health documents and vaccination records are required from all students attending Drew University SummerTerm classes (both on and off-campus). Health forms can be accessed at the “My Health Portal” through TreeHouse or by visiting the health services site and clicking on “MyHealth Portal.” Drew students who have already submitted health records are not required to re-submit them.
Failure to submit health forms will result in a health hold which will prevent you from subsequent registration, housing on campus and the release of your grades/transcript.
A parking permit is required for all students taking a summer class. The cost is $50 and must be paid ahead of time at the Business Office. The Department of Public Safety is open for the purchase of decals at any time. Bring the following items with you to Public Safety: student ID card,your parking fee receipt, your license, registration, insurance, and your vehicle. Put on your flashers and park in front of the Pepin Services Center. Go to the dispatch desk and tell them you are a student in Summer Term and complete a vehicle registration card.
Parking is available in the Main Lot, the Sitterly Lot, and the Tilghman Lot.
All students registered for Summer Term courses must obtain an ID card in order to gain access to the library and recreational facilities, request a parking pass, as well as network assistance from Computing & Network Services. You may secure an ID card from the Business Office located in Tilghman House after your Summer Term bill is paid.
Summer students are welcome to eat at Drew’s snack bar while on campus during the summer. The snack bar is located in the University Commons and operates as a cash cafeteria. The snack bar is open from 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Monday – Thursday. Please note that there is no board plan for residential students and no regular food service outside of the days and times listed above.