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2012-2013 Rates and Agreement

Individual Housing AgreementsM

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When signing your Housing Agreement, please remember that this is a serious decision that requires considerable forethought. The following topics should be considered before applying:

  • Review your budget for the coming year. Have you determined how you will pay for housing? Have you looked at whether your co-op earnings will impact your expected family contribution/financial aid?
  • Discuss your decision with your family (or whomever pays your tuition bills). You are the one ultimately responsible for your housing contract. It's better to discuss this before you apply than after you have already signed the Housing Agreement, which is a binding contract.
  • Think about where you may spend your co-op. Some students move home during the six months they are on co-op while others prefer to live on campus. Many students know in advance if they intend to conduct a job search outside the area. Try to determine in advance if you will need housing while you are on co-op.

Housing rates are established each year by the Board of Trustees and appear on the tuition bill at the beginning of the academic year as part of your Annual bill. Unless otherwise noted, all halls listed below are furnished. All rates are per academic quarter, per student.

Fall 2012 to Summer 2013

Residences Halls Available

Eligible Residents

Cost per quarter per resident

Local Phone/ Basic Cable/Internet/Laundry

Calhoun Hall - double occupancy bedroom

New 1st year students

$2,810

All Included

Calhoun Hall - converted lounge (3-5 residents)

New 1st year students

$2,810

All Included

Kelly Hall - double occupancy bedroom

New 1st year students

$2,810

All Included

Kelly Hall - converted lounge (3-5 residents)

New 1st year students

$2,810

All Included

Myers Hall - double occupancy bedroom

New 1st year students

$2,810

All Included

Myers Hall - converted lounge (3-5 residents)

New 1st year students

$2,810

All Included

Towers Hall - triple occupancy bedroom

New 1st year students

$1,875

All Included

Millennium Hall - Hybrid between traditional hall and suite-style

New 1st year students (Honors Learning Community)

$3,000

All Included

Van Rensselaer - suite-style

New 1st year students

$3,190

All Included

Race Street Residences

Returning, transfer, and new students

$3,190

All Included

North Hall - double occupancy bedrooms within a 4 or 6, or 7-person suite

Returning and transfer students

$3,190

All Included

North Hall - triple bedroom within a 7-person suite

Returning and transfer students

$2,130

All Included

Caneris Hall - double occupancy bedrooms within a 4 or 6, or 7-person suite

Returning and transfer students

$3,190

All Included

Caneris Hall - triple bedroom within a 7-person suite

Returning and transfer students

$2,130

All Included

The Axis - double occupancy bedroom

Returning students and transfer students

$3,000

Laundry: Not included
Phone: Not available
Cable/Internet: Included

University Crossings - double occupancy bedroom in a 2 bedroom apartment

Returning students and transfer students

$3,190

Laundry: Not included
Phone: Not included
Cable/Internet: Not included
Stiles Hall - Located on Center City Campus, unfurnished. Single occupancy bedrooms. Rates are per quarter and per person. Returning, Transfer, and
Graduate students

1 bedroom: $3,990
2 bedroom: $3,400
3 bedroom: $2,985

*Quarter Rates*

Limited furnished apartments are available for an additional $165/quarter

Laundry: Not included
Phone: Included
Cable/Internet: Included
The Courts double occupancy bedrooms in a 1 or 2 bedroom apartment Returning students and transfer students $3,190 Laundry: Included
Phone: Not Available
Wired Internet: Included
Cable: Included

Housing Deposit

All students are required to submit a $200 housing deposit in order to finalize their online housing application. In order to be guaranteed a housing assignment, along with an application, new students should submit their deposits by May 1st and returning students should submit their deposits by January 31st. Deposits should be submitted to the Cashier's Office using one of the following three methods: Online: Via DrexelOne, select the student's tab, then "eBill." Select "Deposits" from the top menu bar. Select "Fall Quarter 2012" from the drop down menu, then "Housing Deposit" from the second drop down menu, and proceed with instructions. Please note that only "Fall Quarter 2012" will process. In person: With a check, cash or money order, go to the Cashier's window in the Office of Student Accounts located on the first floor of the Main Building. The office is open 8AM to 5PM Monday - Friday. Credit Cards are not accepted at the Cashier's window. By mail to the following address:
Drexel University
Cashier's Office
3141 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Checks should be payable to Drexel University and include the words "housing deposit" in the memo section and the student's ID number.