Your Virtual Campus

  • Alumni Association

    Even though you're no longer a student, you will always be part of the Drexel family and, for that reason, we want you to remain as connected to the university as possible. Expand your personal network, track down an old friend or simply stay tuned into life at the university. Whatever the reason, this is the place to go to keep that Drexel connection strong.
  • AskDrexel

    This is a searchable database with answers to common questions about registration, financial aid, billing, and technology.
  • Bookstore

    Drexel's University's bookstore for all your textbook needs.
  • Campus Activities

    Your connection to organizations and activities at Drexel.
  • Colleges & Schools

    Your College or School may provide additional resources on their website.
  • Counseling and Health

    Information about counseling services, health insurance and immunization policies, and the Drexel Student Health Center.
  • Disability Services

    Ensures that online and blended students who happen to have disabilities are provided the resources and supports they need, including: academic, co-op, and co-curricular accommodations, advocacy in working with professors and other staff, referrals to supporting agencies and organizations in their physical areas, and general guidance throughout the students’ academic careers.
  • DragonCard Office

    The Drexel University ID enables access to the libraries, athletic center, checking out laptops, and more.
  • Drexel Career Services

    The Steinbright Career Development Center provides information on Drexel Co-op and career counseling.
  • DrexelOne Portal

    Register for classes, pay your eBill, check your email, and much more.
  • Information Resources and Technology

    Information Resources and Technology supports the use of computing services at Drexel University, the main helpdesk can be reached at 215-895-2020 or consult@drexel.edu. On the IRT website you can find a number of valuable resources including information about free software provided to all students, hardware discounts, email services, and additional support services.
  • Libraries

    Find information about Drexel's libraries and access to electronic resources, as well as their resources for distance learners.
  • Provost

    The Office of the Provost oversees all academic programs at Drexel, sets academic calendars and policies, and manages the University Catalog.
  • Student Life

    Student Life provides services that enhance intellectual, personal, professional, and social development.
  • Student Resource Center

    Clearinghouse for information about registration, financial aid, and more.
  • University Registrar

    The Office of the University Registrar oversees course offerings and scheduling, academic records, and FERPA compliance.