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Drexel 2-Year Residency Program
The Drexel University 2-Year Residency Program has been developed to provide a living environment that complements the student's educational experience and contributes to the student's growth as a member of the University community and beyond. To facilitate this experience, full-time undergraduate students whose permanent address, as stated in their official University Record, is approximately outside of a 10-mile radius of the University City Campus, are required to live in a Drexel Residence Hall for their first (freshman) year and in a Drexel Residence Hall or University-Affiliated Housing for their second (sophomore) year. A full listing of zip codes approximately within a 10-mile radius is available here as a PDF.
Under the program, First Year (Freshman) students live in a Drexel Residence Hall; Second Year (Sophomore) students may live in a Drexel Residence Hall or University-Affiliated Housing (American Campus Communities' The Summit, University Crossings or Chestnut Square). Sophomores may also live in a Drexel fraternity or sorority house with invitation from the organization.
Incoming First Year (Freshman) Students for Fall 2017 learn more information about your FIRST YEAR here and about your SECOND YEAR (Sophomore Year) here.
Students who are in their Second Year (Sophomores) in Fall 2017 learn more information here.
University Housing is in no way associated, affiliated with or connected in any way whatsoever to Good Food Flats or Cross Properties or any of their affiliates or related organizations. Furthermore, Good Food Flats is not an approved location for compliance with Drexel's 2-year Residency Program.