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Academic and Professional Support for Graduate Students


Complaint Resolution Form

Before seeking recourse from the formal Compliant/Grievance Process, a student must first exhaust more immediate means of resolution in the line of authority including any appeals processes provided for under the program or department policy. If necessary, students may file a Complaint Resolution.

Download the Complaint Resolution Form at http://drexel.edu/studentaffairs/community_standards/facultyStaff/file_complaint/.

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Educational & Academic Affairs

Through chairing the Academic Oversight Committee and the Policies & Procedures Committee, Associate Dean Dr. Jed Shumsky leads efforts to oversee the Graduate School's academic offerings. Associate Dean Shumsky helps students with unique situations navigate issues such as transitioning between programs, probation, re-admittance, and other specialized problems that graduate students may face on the path to their degree.

Jed Shumsky, PhD, Associate Dean of Educational & Academic Affairs

Jed Shumsky, PhD
Associate Dean of Educational & Academic Affairs, Graduate School, Research Associate Professor
2900 W. Queen Lane
Philadelphia, PA 19129
Phone: 215.991.8736
Fax: 215.843.9082
Email: Jed.Shumsky@drexelmed.edu

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Advising and Concierge Service

A Graduate School alumni herself, Patrice Worthy helps guide students to appropriate services. Ms. Worthy offers individual advising for students regardless of their program, degree level, or career path, helping them assess and achieve their goals.

Patrice Worthy, MS
Coordinator, Academic Support
245 N. 15th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19102
Email: Patrice.Worthy@drexelmed.edu

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Counseling or Psychiatric Services

The Counseling Center offers free, confidential mental health services to currently enrolled full-time undergraduate and graduate students on both the Center City and University City Campuses. Part-time students, as well as students living far from campus, may obtain an off-campus referral from the counseling center. 

Further information regarding our scope of services can be found at drexel.edu/healthservices/counseling-center/overview/. To schedule an appointment on the Center City Campus, visit Suite 315 of the Bellet Building, call 215.762.7625 or email counseling@drexel.edu.

 
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Students in the Graduate School for Biomedical Sciences and Professional Studies viewing slides under a microscope.