Resources for College Counselors

Please explore our website to learn more about the value of a Drexel education.

Counselor Portal

Drexel's Guidance Counselor Portal allows you to track your students' admission statuses to ensure that they have submitted all necessary application materials. To begin, please visit the Guidance Counselor Portal and request access.

About Drexel

Find out more about Drexel, including Drexel Co-op:

  • About Drexel University – Drexel University at a glance.
  • Accelerated Degree Programs – Accelerated degree programs enable academically qualified students to earn both a bachelor's and an advanced degree, graduating sooner than they would in traditional programs.
  • Co-op Opportunities – Drexel students' opportunities to get real work experience before graduation.
  • Financing Options – Costs and aid information for new students entering in the upcoming academic year.
  • Freshman Class Profile – Statistics regarding the composition of our current freshman class.

Application Information

If submitting supplemental materials through the Common Application system for Early Action deadlines, please note:

The Common Application recently upgraded their application services, but there are a number of problems with the new system. As such, Drexel University may not have received all of the supporting materials you have submitted on behalf of your students.

We have sent an email to students who applied using one of Drexel's Early Action options advising them of the Common Application situation and asking that they check their application status on the Discover Drexel Portal to ensure it correctly reflects the documents they submitted. You may want to check with your students to make sure they have done this. They can log in to the Discover Drexel Portal using their Drexel student ID and personal identification number (PIN) found in the application status update emails they have received from us.

If a student has checked their application status on the Discover Drexel Portal, but is concerned that we did not receive documents that you submitted through the Common Application system, we strongly suggest that you resubmit the documents to us using one of the following methods:

Email: em_processing@drexel.edu
Fax: 215-895-1285
Postal Mail: Drexel University, Application Processing, PO Box 34789, Philadelphia, PA 19101

For detailed information on the application process, please visit the following links:

Application Deadlines

Deadline Material Due

November 1

Early Action I applications due; decisions released in mid-December

December 1

Extended deadline for the BA/BS/MD accelerated degree program – All application materials and College of Medicine Supplemental Application must be received by December 1.

December 2

Extended deadline for Early Action II applications; decisions released in mid-January

January 15

Regular Decision applications due; decisions released by April 1

February 15

Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) due (U.S. citizens and permanent residents only)

May 1

Tuition deposit and housing deposit due for accepted students

Important Codes

Remind your students to use Drexel's school codes when signing up for tests and completing the FAFSA.

  • ACT: 3556
  • College Board: 2194
  • FAFSA: 003256

Visit Drexel

Drexel hosts a variety of visit opportunities for both college counselors and prospective students.

Visits for College Counselors

Throughout the year, we host events designed to give you the information you need to help your students make the most informed choices about Drexel University.

Our next College Counselor Open Houses will be held from 10:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on:

Download a Sample Agenda [PDF] for our College Counselor Open House program. Please call 1-800-2-DREXEL for other counselor visit opportunities.

Undergraduate Events

The best way for prospective students to learn about Drexel is to visit our campus. Check out our Visit Drexel page for a list of available visit opportunities.

Group Visits

Drexel offers group visit opportunities to high schools and other organizations. View our Group Visit page to learn more and to request a group visit.

Summer Institutes

Drexel offers summer academic programs for highly motivated and talented high school students who wish to explore college life. Students gain a new understanding of the undergraduate experience in workshops led by Drexel faculty using our state-of-the-art facilities. View our Summer Institutes page for a list of available programs.