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Residential Living

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Visit the Resident Assistant (RA) page for information about the 2018–2019 application process.

Creating residential communities that facilitate engaged learning for all students

The Office of Residential Living and Student Conduct (RLSC) creates a home away from home for Drexel's residential students. While living on campus, students will learn the value of living in a diverse community, engage with their peers, gain a greater sense of self-awareness, and form a better connection to the Drexel campus. The strength of RLSC is in its ability to help Drexel students find success on campus, both inside and outside of the classroom. RLSC strives to establish innovative and creative ways to cultivate residential communities to assist the students in achieving these goals.

Drexel's on-campus residential communities span every level of the institution, from first-year students through those in graduate school. RLSC ensures that each residential community meets the developmental needs of its specific population. 

Find out more:

Note: If you have questions regarding your housing assignment, housing application, billing, the self-selection process or the two-year residency program, please contact University Housing at 215.895.6155

Melissa DePretto Behan

Executive Director
Residential Living and Student Conduct

Towers Hall
101 N. 34th St.
Philadelphia PA 19104

Phone: 215.895.6154
Fax: 215.895.6225
med87@drexel.edu