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A message from Drexel University President John Fry.

Drexel Undergraduate Courses to Remain Remote for the Fall

Drexel has made the decision that undergraduate courses will continue remotely for the fall quarter and University housing will remain closed to undergraduates during the fall term.

Graduate students will continue in the currently planned hybrid modality for the fall term, with some limited activities and with strict health and safety protocols in place that adhere to city and state guidelines.

The shifting nature of the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on other colleges and universities has necessitated a change of course for Drexel. The work of the Return Oversight Committee will continue as the University strives to provide the safest, most beneficial and inclusive path to welcome the entire Drexel community to campus. Read Full Message

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In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, undergraduate courses will continue remotely for the fall and University housing will be closed to undergraduate students during the fall term.

Drexel will cancel its tuition increase and implement a tuition freeze for all on-campus undergraduate students for the fall 2020 term.

The hybrid operation model will remain in place for graduate students in the fall.

The Kline School of Law, College of Medicine, clinical programs in the College of Nursing and Health Professions and specific health sciences and clinical graduate programs will continue to be conducted on campus.

Key Facts

  • Undergraduate courses will continue remotely for the fall quarter term.
  • University housing will remain closed to undergraduate students.
  • Graduate students will continue in the currently planned hybrid modality for the fall term.
  • Drexel will cancel its tuition increase and implement a tuition freeze for all on-campus undergraduate students for the fall 2020 term.
  • Masks are required in all campus buildings, facilities, leased properties and outdoors when social distancing of 6 feet or more is not possible.
  • Research, scholarly and creative activities will continue as per our research ramp-up protocol.
  • Varsity athletics teams will not be participating in intercollegiate athletics this fall.