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Student Resources

Winter Term 2022 — Welcome Back, Dragons!

New students enjoying Welcome Week 2017 at the Drexel University College of Arts and Sciences

In response to public health factors including the highly transmissible omicron variant, the first two weeks of the winter quarter, from January 3 through January 14, will be conducted in a remote synchronous format. The wellbeing of our University community remains the utmost priority as we head into the spring term. Drexel University is committed to preserving and maintaining the health and safety of all members of its community. For the most up-to-date information on all University-wide measures, please visit Drexel’s Response to Coronavirus .

We encourage all students to make the most of their Drexel experience by exploring the university’s many student resources and support options. Consult with caring Dragons on academic preparedness, emotional wellbeing, exciting career and study abroad opportunities, and much more.


Academic Advising

Undergraduate Advising — College of Arts and Sciences (CoAS)
CoAS academic advisors are dedicated to the “Drexel difference” – individualized attention and unfaltering support to help our undergraduates navigate their academic journey. Our team encourages students to schedule an appointment with their adviser, or call 215.895.2689. When you call, please provide your University ID number and let us know how we can help.

Graduate Advising — College of Arts and Sciences (CoAS)
Whether you want to gain a new certification or fresh skillset, increase your earning potential, or cultivate your career, there are plenty of reasons to apply to graduate school. Graduate program advisors in the College of Arts and Sciences are committed to advancing your career by fostering autonomy and informed decision-making. Our advisors help with degree program selection, schedule planning, course registration, and actively review your progress toward successful completion of your degree program.

Academic Support

Chemistry Tutoring Resource Center
The Chemistry Tutoring Resource Center provides help with general, first-year and organic chemistry courses. For available hours and questions about General Chemistry, please email Craig P. McClure, PhD,

100 and 104 Korman Center
15 South 33rd Street

CLASS: Center for Learning and Academic Success Services
The Center for Learning and Academic Success Services (CLASS) empowers students to develop skills and strategies that foster academic success and personal growth through academic coaching, tutoring, workshops and more.

050 Creese Student Center
3210 Chestnut Street

Drexel Writing Center
The Drexel Writing Center helps all members of the Drexel community think through and develop their writing projects, primarily through one-on-one consultations with Peer Readers, Graduate Writing Consultants and Faculty Readers. The Center is part of the University Writing Program.

100-103 Korman Center
15 South 33rd Street

Math Resource Center
The Math Resource Center is open to all Drexel students who want assistance in undergraduate courses offered by the Department of Mathematics.

207 Korman Center
15 South 33rd Street

Physics Help! Center
The Physics Help! Center provides tutoring for all Drexel University students enrolled in introductory physics courses.

100 and 104 Korman Center
15 South 33rd Street

Steinbright Career Development Center
The Steinbright Career Development Center offers students assistance with co-op preparation, career counseling and employment search.

Cooperative Education: Suite 110
Career Services: Suite 250
3201 Arch Street

Study Abroad
The Office of Global Engagement offers a wide variety of resources for students who are interested in exploring study abroad programs.

201 Academic Building
101 North 33rd Street

Undergraduate Fellowships
The Pennoni Honors College supports Drexel students and alumni who are ready to explore opportunities for nationally and internationally competitive scholarships, funding and fellowships.

109 Disque Hall
32 South 32nd Street

Health and Well-Being

Drexel Student Health Center
Staffed by doctors and nurse practitioners, the Student Health Center supports the academic and social well-being of our students by offering a wide range of services in a confidential setting. The Center assists students in developing and maintaining a healthy lifestyle throughout their college journey and beyond.

105B University City Science Center
3401 Market Street

Drexel Counseling Center
Full-time undergraduate and graduate students are encouraged to email to learn more about meeting one-on-one with a center clinician. The Center offers flexible scheduling options to meet students' needs: same day appointments, scheduled appointments, walk-in hours and teletherapy.

201 Creese Student Center
3210 Chestnut Street

Drexel Office of Disability Resources
The Office of Disability Resources (ODR) team provides accommodations for students with documented disabilities to ensure equal opportunity and equal access to education, employment, programs and activities. If you are a student with a disability, you are encouraged to register with ODR to request reasonable accommodations. Students can contact the ODR team by phone or email; or they may visit the office from Monday through Thursday anytime between 1-2 p.m.

Main Building
3141 Chestnut Street, Suite 2281
Philadelphia, PA 19104

Drexel Office of Equality and Diversity (OED)
The OED provides support and resources to better sustain a living, learning and working environment that embraces diversity, equality, fairness, inclusion and respect.

011 James E. Marks Intercultural Center
3225 Arch Street

International Student Services

English Language Center (ELC)
The ELC offers dedicated programs and services to meet the academic, professional and personal needs of adult English language learners.

229 North 33rd Street

International Students and Scholars Services (ISSS)
The ISSS provides programs and services for international students, scholars and faculty.

222 Main Building
3141 Chestnut Street