Current Student Resources
Use the following resources to help you find information on everything from advising to graduation.
- Academic Calendars – Refer to these University calendars to ensure you meet academic and financial aid deadlines throughout the year.
- Academic Support – If you need help with classes, take advantage of these resources to make the most of your education.
- Advising – Academic advisors can help you plan your schedule, register for courses, change your major, drop/add/withdraw from a class, and review your progress toward graduation.
- Course Information – These resources will help you plan your schedule, register for classes, and meet the requirements for graduation.
- Registration – Use these resources to help you navigate the registration process.
- Final Exam Schedules – Access the final exam policy information and the final exam schedule for the current term.
- Forms and Brochures – Access academic forms, including add/drop/withdraw, admission to minor, change of curriculum, name change, participate in commencement, and transcript request.
- University Catalog – Drexel's online catalog lists the curricula, programs, and policies for all of the University's colleges and schools.
- Applying for Aid – These steps guide Drexel students through the financial aid process.
- Billing – Student Financial Services maintains over 23,000 student and departmental accounts through collection, billing, and financial counseling.
- Forms and Brochures – Access commonly requested financial aid forms and brochures, including the Institutional Financial Aid application and Financing Options Guides.
- Federal Work-Study Program – Federal College Work-Study earnings can help students pay for books, transportation, and personal expenses.
- Resources and Planning Tools – This is a collection of financing websites that can help you manage the cost of your education and locate additional funding opportunities.
Checklist for Continuing Students
This checklist will help you prepare for each term.
- If you are applying for financial aid, submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) (U.S. citizens and permanent residents only). For further information, please review Drexel's guide to the financial aid process.
- Graduate, part-time undergraduate, and online students: Complete the Institutional Financial Aid Application (U.S. citizens and permanent residents only). Download the the Institutional Financial Aid Application [PDF].
- Review your financial aid status on DrexelOne. New student loans will not be disbursed from the lender to Drexel until the promissory note has been signed.
- Notify the SRC/Financial Aid Office of any changes in your enrollment status. Visit AskDrexel to report changes to your enrollment status.
- If you are unsure how to finance your Drexel education, the SRC/Financial Aid Office will help you construct a financial plan. Call 215-895-2537 as soon as possible because transactions require several days to process.
- Review your eBill on your DrexelOne account. This should be done approximately two weeks before the beginning of the term. If you have questions regarding your bill once you arrive on campus, please visit Student Financial Services.
- Comply with Drexel's continuing student health insurance policies. For details, go to Health Insurance and Immunizations.
- Attend the Drexel Resource Fair for answers to questions regarding billing, financial aid, and registration. Visit the Student Resource Fair webpage for more information.
- Print your schedule. Log in to DrexelOne to view and print your schedule. Room assignments may change during the term break, so be sure to review your schedule for changes immediately before the first day of classes.