Return to Campus

Drexel Engineering Return to Campus

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Students who visit campus are required to wear masks.

Updated January 11, 2021

Welcome to a new year with Drexel Engineering. We start this year grateful for our ability to conduct our business operations, research, work and learning both in both remote and hybrid fashions. We acknowledge the work of our facilities team, lab managers, IT and other central support who have positioned us for success. And while nearly all engineering courses will still be delivered remotely, we have support options for all students, weather online or hybrid. Please review the links below and check back often for information on space planning, academic resources and other important announcements.

--Sharon L. Walker, PhD, Dean


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International Co-op from Home

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An Essential Co-op Employee

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Innovation in Remote Engineering Coursework

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Co-op During COVID

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