• Drew Hall Details

    Drew Hall is located on Hewitt Avenue opposite Bush Memorial Library. Drew Hall was named after Charles M. Drew, a United Methodist and generous donor to Hamline University. Originally a men’s residence hall built in 1946, Drew Hall is home to a close-knit coed community of 200 undergraduate men and women. Students live in double rooms and singles. Drew is home to two Special Interest Housing floors. Third floor Far East wing of Drew Hall is the Transfer Student Floor.

    Transfer students connect to one another and the greater Hamline community through special programming on the Drew Hall transfer floor. Transfer students often have unique needs. Living together with other transfer students and engaging in special activities and outings helps assist the transition process.

    Second floor Far East wing is home to the Advocacy and Action floor. The advocacy and action floor is a community of first year and returning students interested in learning about issues of social justice that include women’s rights, the GLBT community, race, and other areas of diversity such as religion, class, and internationalism. Students living on this floor commit to furthering their knowledge of social justice.

    Drew Hall Council

    The Drew Hall Council provides residents with activities and programs designed to enhance the residential life experience. Every year, the Drew Hall Council creates T-shirts and provides them to the residents of the building.

  • Drew Residence Hall Staff

    The Resident Advisors, Assistant Area Coordinator and Area Coordinator who are committed to building and maintaining a positive community environment. They plan social, educational, recreational, and cultural programs for residents. A Resident Advisor is lives on each floor. The Resident Advisor staff host a variety of social program during the first week of classes. These programs are designed to provide residents the opportunity to meet, mingle, and build community. The staff also plans a variety of activities throughout the year. 

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    Features and Furnishings

    Room furnishings include a desk, desk chair, window coverings, bed, bureau, MicroFridge unit and closet space for each student. In some configurations, some of these items may be shared between roommates.

    Furniture in Drew is stackable, meaning that furniture pieces can be set on top of each other and beds can be bunked.  Students are not allowed to use homemade lofts. Mattresses are extra-long twin 36" x 80".

    You will need to provide your own pillow, blanket, linens, desk lamp, phone, and wastebasket. Furniture placed in lounges and public areas is for the use of all residents. In order to be fair to all, you are asked not to move lounge furniture. There will be a penalty to any student who is found with lounge furniture in their room.

    Please note:  Furniture may not be moved from student rooms. Even if a student is occupying a double room alone, furnishings for a second student may not be moved from the room.  

    Hall Features  

    •    Advocacy and Action interest floor
    •    Transfer Floor
    •    Co-ed living environment
    •    Resident Advisor located on each floor
    •    Community bathrooms
    •    Free laundry facilities
    •    Resident kitchenette
    •    Vending machine
    •    Security card access into building
    •    24-hour surveillance cameras
    •    Office of Safety and Security on lower level
    •    Renovated study/social lounges
    •    Single (very limited) and double rooms 

    Room Features  

    •    Set of furniture for each resident (extra-long twin bed, desk & chair, bookcase)
    •    Window blinds
    •    Individual closets or wardrobes
    •    Ethernet and wireless internet access
    •    Satellite cable tv service with premium channels
    •    MicroFridge

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