On-Campus Housing Options

Find a Home That Meets Your Needs

With approximately 4,000 students, the residential community at Drexel University is composed of several housing options for first-year, transfer, returning, and graduate students. These options include traditional, hybrid, or suite-style living and all provide mailboxes for each student, free laundry, and communal spaces for entertaining guests. Plus, all Drexel and Drexel-affiliated housing options offer flexible co-op agreement options.

First-Year Housing at Drexel

Drexel offers multiple unique housing options for first-year students to satisfy the 2-Year Residency Program requirements that cater to individual needs and lifestyles. First-year students may choose from Bentley Hall, Caneris Hall, Millennium Hall, North Hall, Race Street Residences, Towers Hall, or Van Rensselaer.

Upper-class and Transfer Housing Options

Caneris Hall and Stiles Hall are available for both returning upper-class and transfer students. In addition, Bentley Hall is available to upper-class students who opt into the Honors Living Learning Community. And, a Drexel fraternity or sorority house (invitation from the organization required) or the affiliated-housing properties operated by American Campus Communities are other options for this population. 

Graduate Housing

Graduate students live on the Center City Campus in Stiles Hall, where residents enjoys the privacy of their own single bedroom and share a common room, kitchen, and bathroom with one or two roommates.

Drexel-Affiliated Housing

Chestnut Square, The Summit, and University Crossings are Drexel's affiliated-housing properties operated by American Campus Communities (ACC). Leasing with ACC provides independent living options for our upper-class students.