Housing at Drexel
- Caneris Hall (University City Campus) or Stiles Hall (Center City Campus) – operated by Drexel Housing and Residence Life
- Chestnut Square, The Summit, or University Crossings – operated by American Campus Communities
Applying for Housing in a Drexel Residence Hall
Apply by May 15 for Priority Consideration
Housing assignments are not guaranteed for transfer students. Full-time transfer students are encouraged to apply for housing by May 15 to be considered for any available room assignments for the fall term. Room assignments will be made no later than August 1. Transfer students should complete the following steps to be considered for a housing assignment:
- Submit the enrollment deposit and housing deposit by May 10.
- Complete the housing application by May 15.
All transfer students who indicate an interest in living on campus by submitting required deposits and the housing application after these deadlines will be considered on a rolling basis.
Drexel's affiliated-housing properties operated by American Campus Communities — Chestnut Square, The Summit, and University Crossings — offer more great housing options on campus. Please contact each American Campus Communities residence directly for availability and application information.
Off-Campus Housing Options
Students seeking off-campus housing options may find the Off-Campus Housing Website a valuable resource.
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