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University-Affiliated Housing

First Year (freshman) students are not eligible to live in University-Affiliated housing.

University-Affiliated housing refers to housing facilities who serve Drexel University students and which were developed under a direct agreement between Drexel University and a third-party owner or manager. Drexel University does not endorse any one property over another. Drexel University is not obligated to conduct physical inspections of University-Affiliated properties, nor is it obligated to independently review documents or records associated with such properties, for purposes of verification of the information contained in the granting of University-Affiliated housing status.

Second Year (sophomore) students who choose to live in University-Affiliated housing must contract with the property manager or owner directly and will be responsible for all applicable expenses, including but not limited to: deposits, damage fees, and cancellation fees. All expenses are paid directly to the property manager or owner by the student. Drexel University will not be a party to the individual lease agreement between the student and the property manager/ owner and will in no way be required to perform any obligations under such agreement on the part of the student or the property manager/owner, or enforce any individual agreement on behalf of the student or the property manager/ owner.

Second Year (sophomores) students are required to inform Drexel University of their housing location for academic year 2013/14 through the MyHousing portal via DrexelOne starting January 15, 2014 but no later than August 1, 2014. 

 

The following housing options are available to Second Year Students as University-Affiliated housing for 2014/2015. Drexel University does not specifically endorse any one University-Affiliated Property over another. All applicable expenses are paid directly to the property manager or owner by the student in accordance with the terms of the lease agreement.

American Campus Communities, one of the nation’s largest developers of student housing communities, owns, manages and operates Chestnut Square and University Crossings.

Housing rates vary by unit chosen and the number of roommates within the unit. For more information, please visit: 

Chestnut Square: www.livechestnutsquare.com
University Crossings: www.ucrossings.com

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