Slate Training

Slate training is available to staff and faculty participating in recruitment and admissions activities at the University. Training is required to gain access to the Slate system. At this time, Slate is used for recruit and applicant management for undergraduate programs for freshman and transfer admission and graduate programs excluding all online programs, the MD program at the College of Medicine, and the JD programs at the Kline School of Law.

There are three types of training offered:
  • General User Training: This training is designed for most staff and faculty seeking access to Slate. Attendees will learn general navigation and application review in Slate.
  • Readmission Training: This training is designed for academic advisors and faculty who participate in the readmission process for undergraduate and/or graduate students. Attendees will learn general navigation, application review, and the readmission process. This training is co-facilitated by AIS and Admissions.
  • EMSS Admissions/Operations/Related Units Training: Individual trainings are offered for staff members in Admissions, Operations, Events and Visit Relations, and Drexel Central. Please submit a training request to AIS Accounts to schedule a 1-hour individual training.

Visit the Slate training calendar to see available training dates and times.

Banner Admissions Training

For Enrollment Management staff only who will need hands-on training in reviewing, entering, and updating Recruit and Admissions Records. The following areas are covered in this training:


You will learn how to search for people who already exist in Banner. Learn how to enter and update demographic and contact information. Review of the SAAADMS Admissions record and associated pages.

Admissions Module – Entering Applications

  • Entering/updating checklist items
  • Entering/updating previous high school and college information
  • Entering/updating test score information
  • Updating decision codes

Training Schedule 

This training is available the first and third Wednesday of every month from 1 pm to 2 pm. The training is offered in the Main Building, Suite 318 Conference Room or remotely via Zoom. Additional training sessions may be available upon request. Email to register.