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Traditional 3-Year JD

Schedule

We're excited to see you at Orientation on August 12, 2024! Be sure to read through the checklist below to prepare for the start of the school year.

Fall 2024 Schedule and Welcome Letter

Preparing for Orientation

Pre-Orientation Checklist
Deadline
Apply for Financial Aid (Priority Deadline) Mar. 1
Activate your accounts July 1
Set up your Drexel Zoom account July 1
Submit Final Transcripts to Law Admissions
If you did not submit your official final transcript with degree conferral as part of your law school admissions application, we need your official final transcript to be sent to Drexel Law Admissions. All transcripts must be official – mailed sealed or secure e-transcript directly from the institution – and must include degree conferral.
July 15
Make sure your laptop meets minimum hardware and software requirements ASAP
Review schedule on DrexelOne and use “Buy Books” link to see required materials - Schedule will be available mid-to-late July
ASAP
Complete Immunization Forms Aug. 1
Submit your photo for your DragonCard Aug. 1
The Week of Orientation
Bring a photo ID so you can get your DragonCard. You will not be able to get a DragonCard before the start of orientation as you are not yet an active student. We will be distributing the DragonCards at check-in; students should not go to the DragonCard office individually.
Bring items for classes for the week i.e., pens, paper, laptop, necessary books.
Dress for most of the week is casual, but not pajamas-casual.
Please dress in courtroom attire for the professionalism oath ceremony. Options include dark suits, dress shirt, tie, dress shoes, skirt or pant suits, dress and blazer, etc. We encourage you to come to class that day in your professional attire so you are not delayed to City Hall, but you will have some time to change.
Locker assignments will be available to you on the first day of orientation via the Locker Information Retrieval Form. Locks are provided, and you may not change or remove the locks. The lockers are yours for your entire time at the law school.