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Drew University houses five undergraduate unique and creative Theme Houses that embrace various cultures and characteristics.
All of our Undergraduate Theme Houses are located in The Townhouses and contains its own distinct community that programs for the campus on a regular basis.
Each Undergraduate Theme House has a House Assistant (HA). Their role is to build community, be a resource to house members, and serve as a liaison to Residence Life and their faculty/staff advisor.
All Theme Houses have a faculty/staff advisor. This position allows for contextual learning to occur outside of the classroom as the faculty adviser may serve as a facilitator to house members. The Faculty Advisor also serves as a consultant on topics of interest to the house, and as a resource to help house members plan programs based on the House’s theme. For questions, comments, or concerns about the Theme Houses, contact the Faculty Advisor Monica Madera (email@example.com).
2022-2023 Theme House
Please contact the Residence Life Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 973-408-3394, or the House Assistant of the specific house for information about the Theme House(s) and the Theme House Application. Applications will begin late February in the Spring Term of 2023 for New Theme House / Theme House Renewal and for Theme House Member(s).
LA CASA LATINA
La Casa Latina — HA Tattyanna Morales-Vega ’24
La Casa Latina is a community for those who believe that Latin culture is rich, alive, and worthy of recognition inside and outside of Drew University. We seek to inspire hope, empowerment, and a genuine appreciation for diversity by making accessible community service and learning opportunities available for everyone on campus.
Email email@example.com for more information!
WOCO: A FEMINIST HOUSE
WoCo: A Feminist House – HA Abi LeBlanc ’23
WoCo, or the Women’s Concerns House, is a house focused primarily around intersectional feminism, and creating a positive, inclusive, and uplifting environment on Drew’s Campus for everyone, regardless of identity. Don’t be fooled by the name, we also work on a number of LGBTQIA+ related events on campus. We believe in equity, and strive to enforce that both within the house and on campus at large. We host a number of events every year revolving around a wide array of topics. In the past, some events sponsored by WoCo have been: trips to the Women’s March in New York City, Trans Day of Remembrance, These Hands Don’t Hurt (an anti-domestic violence campaign on campus), Take Back the Night (an event to raise awareness and educate about sexual violence and assault on and off of campus). We aim to educate people, both on and off campus, about issues concerning inequality in our world, and resources for students to use if they need help, information, guidance, or anything else! Our door is open to all, so stop by for some tea if you’d like to know more!
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information!
ABC: AFRICAN BLACK CARIBBEAN HOUSE
ABC: African Black Caribbean House – HA Eden Linton ’24
ABC House, which stands for African Black Caribbean House, is a theme house that is dedicated to provide a safe space for students who identify within the diaspora, as well as celebrate the different identities within the community. ABC House aims to push students to be themselves within the larger Drew Community.
Email email@example.com for more information!
Art House – HA Eme Brennan ’25
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information!
Spirituality House – HA Nate Roark ’24
Spirituality House, originally established in 1996, has always been a community of people who wish to promote open and honest conversation of religious and spiritual life, each individual’s connection to their spirituality or creator, and to explore and learn the religious and spiritual practices of cultures around the globe. Through campus wide and in-house programming, we wish to learn about and celebrate the spiritual diversity on Drew’s campus. We also wish to help cultivate a safe place to practice one’s spirituality outside of our campus’ religious spaces and hours.
“Spirituality House is peace. It is a place of respect, of acceptance, of openness. A place of love, of self-love, of support. A place of understanding, of learning, of honesty. A place to converse, to discuss, to laugh, to cry, to be. A place to eat together. A place to soul search. A place to help and to be helped. Spirituality house is a Home.”
– Spirituality House Members 2015-16