Second-Year/Sophomore Housing Overview
Implemented in 2011, Drexel's 2-Year Residency Program was developed to provide First-Year/Freshmen and Second-Year/Sophomore students a wide range of learning and lifestyle housing options to customize their Drexel living experience.
As a Second-Year/Sophomore you have a variety of housing options to choose from. You must select one of the following:
Additional Information regarding the 2-Year Residency Program:
HOUSING EXEMPTION REQUESTS
A Second-Year/Sophomore student with a permanent address within a 10-mile radius (click here for PDF of zip codes) of the University City campus who wish to reside with a family member or legal guardian and commute to campus must complete the online Housing Exemption form.
Second-Year/Sophomore students who fail or refuse to comply with the 2-Year Residency Program and/or furnish false information to a university official or office will be assessed a housing charge equivalent to two academic quarters, posted to their student account at the beginning of week seven of the spring quarter during the student's second year. Non-compliant students will be charged the double-occupancy, suite-style rate within the applicable assessment year.
The University recognizes that there may be times when serious adverse circumstances, beyond a student's direct control, may occur. If you are experiencing an extenuating circumstance preventing you from complying with the 2-Year Residency Program, please submit the 2-Year Residency Program Exemption Request noting 'Other' as your reason and provide additional information regarding your extenuating circumstance in the text box provided.
A Second-Year/Sophomore student who secures co-op outside of a 10-mile radius of the University City Campus AND opts to live outside of a 10-mile radius of the University City Campus must register their housing location. To register, visit DrexelOne, click on the Campus + Community tab, then the Housing link and complete the "2nd Year Housing Location Registration" form. University Housing will then confirm the location of the co-op with the student's co-op advisor.
A Second-Year/Sophomore student who secures a study abroad opportunity must register their housing location. To register, visit DrexelOne, click on the Campus + Community tab, then the Housing link and complete the "2nd Year Housing Location Registration" form. University Housing will then confirm the study abroad status with student's advisor.