Once logged into MyHousing, select the Undergraduate 2014-2015 Fall to Spring application.
Complete all steps in the MyHousing Application. Your MyHousing Application is not submitted to University Housing until a Confirmation Email is sent to your Drexel University E-mail account.
Description of the Housing Application steps:
Read information provided by University Housing regarding the 2014-2015 academic year.
Complete a short survey which will be available to potential roommates, or will be used if University Housing assigns you. This survey will also display information to potential roommates who search for you via MyHousing.
Preferred Roommate Selection
The Preferred Roommate Selection page closed for editing on Tuesday, July 1, 2014. Students may no longer edit their preferred roommates. Roommates accepted prior to July 8th will be able to participate in Self-Selection together. Students applying after July 1st will not see the Preferred Roommate Selection step on their application.
University Housing will utilize the Living Style Questionnaire to assign students who choose not to participate in, or are not eligible for, Online Room Self-Selection. Please note that you are indicating preferences only. All preferences are subject to availability at time of selection or assignment. Students have several options when searching for roommates in MyHousing
- Search for a specific student using their Last Name and their Web Screen Name (which is defined by the student on the housing application).
- Browse for roommates by selecting answers to the Living Style Questionnaire
- Browse roommates who match the Living Style Questionnaire
Creating a Roommate Profile is optional. Students must mutually confirm each other. For example, if Bruce requests Clark, Clark must re-log back into MyHousing to confirm Bruce. The Preferred Roommate Selection page may be edited until July 1, 2014.
Use this page to indicate your housing preferences. University Housing will utilize the preferences indicated here to assign you to a space if you choose to not participate in Online Room Self-Selection or you are not eligible to do so. Please note that you are indicating preferences only. All preferences are subject to availability at time of selection or assignment.
College Learning Communities (optional)
Students in these colleges may apply for the College Learning Community operated by their College: Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts and Design (CoMAD), the College of Engineering, the College of Nursing and Health Professions, the College of Computing and Informatics, and the LeBow College of Business. Click here for links to more information about the College Learning Communities.
Note: ALL students will see this page, and once on the page, all college learning communities will be shown. If you are not part of one of these colleges, or you choose not to apply for the learning community, you may skip this page. All learning communities listed here are housed in Myers Hall. It is NOT possible to have a roommate who is not part of the same learning community.
The deadline to apply for the learning community is May 15, 2014.
Honors Program Learning Community
(If applicable)Students who have been selected into the Honors Program may apply to live in the Honors Program Learning Community. Note that only students who have been accepted into the Honors Program will be able to see this page. Further, participation in the Honors Program Learning Community precludes your participation in another College Learning Community.
Students who are part of the Honors Program Learning Community cannot select a Non-Honors Program Learning Community roommate.
University Housing requires all students to have a local Emergency Contact on file. Use this page to provide that information. On this page, information from your DrexelOne account is also provided, but cannot be updated. To update your permanent address or your official Emergency Contact, log into DrexelOne
Special Services or Accommodations
Indicate if you plan to contact the Office of Disability Resources with regards to special accommodations for the 2014-2015 academic year. It is the student's responsibility for contacting Office of Disability Resources; University Housing or Office of Disability Services will NOT automatically contact a student based on the information presented on this screen.
Dining Plan Selection (Required)
Freshmen must select a Blue or Gold Dining Plan.
Electronically sign the Individual Housing Agreement. If a student is under the age of 18 at the time the housing contract is completed, a parent or legal guardian will need to contact the Office of University Housing to receive a parent pin number.
Review additional information from Drexel University departments about your first year. Also, review a summary of the Housing Application here and press SUBMIT. You will receive an e-mail confirmation in your Drexel University e-mail account.