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Forms

The forms below are also available at the Housing and Residence Life office, located on the first floor of Towers Hall open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday – Thursday, and 10 a.m. to 1 p.m on Fridays.

Completed forms may also be faxed or scanned. Please fax completed forms to 215.895.6225 or scan the completed form and email it as an attachment to housing@drexel.edu.

Forms

Request for Release from Residence Hall: Request for Release from Housing Agreement [PDF]

Use this form to request release from your housing contract. If you have withdrawn from Drexel, obtained an out of the area co-op position or are going to study abroad you must complete this form within five business days of the aforementioned event.

Request for Release from 34th Street Greek Housing: Request for Release from Housing Agreement [PDF]

34th Street Housing residents only. Use this form to request release from your housing contract. If you have withdrawn from Drexel you must complete this form within five business days of the withdrawal. Please note: depending on your Greek organization, your request for release may need to be approved by chapter leadership.
Request for Appellate Board Review [PDF]
Students who have experienced a significant, uncontrollable change that has caused them to cancel their Housing Agreement may appeal to have cancellation fees waived by the Housing Appellate Board. Students who wish to have their fees waived due to a medical or financial situation should participate in different processes and should contact Housing and Residence Life directly to discuss their options.
Premise Alert System Enrollment Form [PDF]
Resident students who have serious impairments or disabilities can receive specialized assistance during emergencies. To enroll in this program, please complete this form and return to The Department of Public Safety.
Partners for Good Housing Booklet [PDF]
Partners for Good Housing outlines the responsibilities of owners, tenants, and landlords for maintaining houses and apartments in a safe and clean condition.

Additional information, including on-line access to this booklet in multiple books and to the Building Construction and Occupancy Code is available at the Department's web site, phila.gov/li