There are several resources available to students. These student services are designed to enhance the Drexel experience and help students achieve their academic and career goals. The College of Medicine's services include financial planning, career counseling and more.
Drexel Central is a one-stop service for managing student finances and registration. Transcripts, financial aid, enrollment, and graduation information can all be found on Drexel Central's website.
WebCampus is a website designed for current students at the College of Medicine. Students can access course information and resources along with many other tools. WebCampus also provides several SGA and internal announcements.
The College of Medicine has a financial planner on staff full time to assist all students and their families with counseling and financial planning during and after their medical or graduate school years. Our financial planning services are designed to address the student's entire financial picture beyond financial aid. The office also provides news and updates regarding student loans and other financial planning topics on their financial planning updates website.
Career Development Center
The Career Development Center provides career counseling and resources to guide medical students in making informed decisions and successfully plan their careers. Career advising is available on an individual basis and through a variety of programs, workshops and specialty interest groups. The Career Development Center also keeps students informed of research opportunities.
Center for Academic Success
The Center for Academic Success located on the Center City Campus provides peer tutoring, professional academic counseling and workshops to assist all graduate school students with developing strategies and skills to increase their success at Drexel and beyond.
Drexel Writing Center
The Drexel Writing Center helps all members of the Drexel community develop as writers, primarily through one-on-one consultations with peer and faculty readers. The Writing Center offers a Graduate Tutoring Program, which includes graduate students from various disciplines available for in-person and synchronous online appointments.
Office of Disability Resources
The Office of Disability Resources offers a variety of services to ensure equal opportunities and equal access to education, employment, programs and activities for individuals with disabilities at Drexel University.
English Language Center
The English Language Center provides assistance to those students that are learning English as a second language (ESL). English courses and ESL test preparation are available to all students.
Counseling and Health Services
The Office of Counseling and Health Services offers free, confidential counseling services to all graduate students, including in-person care for full-time graduate students on campus on the University City and Center City campuses and remote services for all graduate students over the phone via peer counseling and other call services, and online via articles, videos, screenings and webinars. All students are welcome and encouraged to connect with the Counseling Center for assistance.
Drexel Student Health Center
The Drexel Student Health Center offers comprehensive health services to support the academic and social well-being of all students. The Student Health Center is available to all graduate students, including full-time, part-time and online students, who are enrolled in classes for the current quarter in which services are needed. Visit the website for information on how to schedule an appointment.
SupportLinc, a 24/7 confidential and professional service for support, guidance, counseling, and resources, is available to all graduate students and their families and household members at no cost. Click to download a brochure.
ComPsych® GuidanceResources® Program
The GuidanceResources® program, which is available to all graduate students, including part-time and online students, offers 24/7 confidential support, resources and information on a variety of work-life topics, including:
The Student Activity Center at Queen Lane features a fitness center complete with cardio and weightlifting equipment along with TVs, lockers and showers. Adjacent to the gym is an additional activity area that has a pool table, ping pong tables, slack line, and couches for students to utilize. Just outside the Student Activities Center, there's a basketball court and plenty of outdoor space for students to toss a Frisbee, kick a soccer ball, or just hang out by the garden in one of the hammocks. College of Medicine students also receive full access to Drexel University's Recreation Center in University City. This 240,000 sq. foot health and recreational complex promotes and encourages personal fitness and lifelong health through diverse programs.