What Is a Part-Time Student?
Part-time students are those who are permitted to schedule a maximum of 11.5 undergraduate credits per quarter at Drexel. These students could be pursuing an undergraduate degree, a continuing adult/professional education program or certificate, or taking classes as a non-matriculated student.
Non-matriculated students are those who are allowed to take certain courses but are not enrolled in a degree-seeking program. Note that these students can be on the non-matriculated path towards eventually transferring into a degree-seeking program, taking courses so that they can earn credit in prerequisites needed for future plans, or simply be pursuing a lifetime of learning and taking courses for their own enjoyment.
more than just be a student.
Is Applying to Drexel as a Part-Time Student Right for You?
Offering flexible online and on-campus opportunities for part-time students, Drexel has academic options to fit any busy schedule. Review our part-time student application instructions to acquaint yourself with the steps to apply as well as the criteria our admissions representatives take into consideration when determining your admission to Drexel. You're also encouraged to explore Drexel's financing options for part-time students, as matriculated students taking at least six credits may be eligible for federal and state aid. Plus, there are other options such as private scholarships and loans.
If you think transferring to Drexel is right for you, then apply today!