Student Advising

Drexel Advising is a dedicated resource to our students throughout the journey to graduation. Our dedicated advisors work with every one of our students to promote academic growth and success at the College and the larger Drexel Community.

Student meeting with an advisor

At Drexel Academic Advising is a collaborative effort. You will take an active role in academic planning, with an assigned advisor, so that you can make the most of your whole experience.

Advisors will help you with designing plans of study, scheduling classes, transferring credits to Drexel, personal support and can explain university policy and procedures. Our staff can also play a key role in aiding our first-year and transfer students with adjusting to the university – including teaching the UNIV E101 course designed to help get to know Drexel, which incoming students take during their first quarter on campus.

Academic Advising also oversees the Academic Center for Engineers, otherwise known as ACE. This is a student-to-student tutoring center for just about every subject. If you need help with a tough course, this is a great place to get it.

Current students can visit Advising in Student Resources for more information, including a list of advising assignments.

Admitted Students

Welcome new Dragons! In addition to the pages on this College of Engineering site, please visit the undergraduate admissions website for ways to celebrate your big achievement and prepare you for life as a Drexel Dragon.

Drexel Engineering is excited to welcome our incoming class of 2022! Check back soon to see important information about what happens between now and the beginning of the fall term, as well as resources to help you prepare for your first year at Drexel.

Once you confirm your intent to attend Drexel Engineering in May, you will begin receiving information from your academic advisor throughout the summer. It will contain the essentials for preparing to start at Drexel this fall, such as schedule information, AP and Transfer Credits, Welcome Week, new student opportunities, and much more.

Please check your Drexel email frequently so you can receive this important information as well as other official University communication. You can direct any questions before you’ve been assigned an advisor to

We look forward to seeing you on campus soon!