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Main Building interior facing steps with text faculty/staff update April 30

Update on Fall Planning & Course Scheduling

A message on fall term planning and course scheduling was sent to faculty and professional staff. Drexel will be returning to full on-campus operations in the fall to the maximum extent permittable.

Dragon statue masked with the words campus update April 23

Drexel Returning to Normal Grading

A message announcing that Drexel will end the Pass/No Pass option and return to normal grading beginning in the summer term was sent to the University community.

Drexel University leadership announced that COVID-19 vaccination will be required for all undergraduate and graduate students in full-time and part-time face-to-face programs this fall.

Student Update: COVID-19 Vaccine and Fall 2021

Drexel University leadership announced that COVID-19 vaccination will be required for all undergraduate and graduate students in full-time and part-time face-to-face programs this fall.

Main building interior facing steps with the text faculty/staff April 20

Pandemic Rebound to Include $11 Million Investment in Academics

A message was sent to Drexel faculty and professional staff about the University requiring student vaccinations and academic investments to support the strategic plan.

interior of Main Building facing steps with test faculty/staff update April 7

Planning for Fall Return to Campus

A message with updates on planning for a fall return was sent to faculty and professional staff. Based on available data, Drexel is currently working with Real Estate and Facilities and the Office of the University Registrar to plan for 3 feet of masked socially distanced in-person instruction in the fall term. Instructors will be able to distance 6 feet or more and the University will continue to follow guidance from public health authorities as it becomes available.
Dragon statue with the text campus update April 6

Drexel to Offer COVID-19 Vaccine to Students, Faculty and Professional Staff

An announcement about Drexel offering the COVID-19 vaccine to eligible students, faculty and professional staff was sent to the University community. Drexel will make vaccine available to eligible populations prioritized by Philadelphia’s phased distribution, Drexel’s return to campus phases and vaccine availability.

Dragon statue with the text campus update March 30

COVID Safety Reminders for Spring

A message with COVID safety reminders for the spring was sent to the Drexel community. Pandemic safety measures remain crucial as campus activity levels increase.
Dragon statue with text campus update March 15

Drexel Looking to a Full Return in the Fall

The University will be ramping up in-person and hybrid classes through the summer. Drexel expects that, by the fall, every student will be able to have face-to-face learning experiences, although some hybrid classes and other operational modifications may remain based on public health guidance.
Dragon statue with text campus update March 15

Enjoy a Safe Spring

A message by Janet Cruz, MD, Director, Student Health Services, and Marla J. Gold, MD, Director, Return Oversight Committee, on how to stay safe during spring was sent to the Drexel community.
update feb 27

New York Times Tracking COVID-19 Cases on College Campuses

A message by Marla J. Gold, MD, director of the Return Oversight Committee, about The New York Times tracking COVID-19 cases on college campuses.

dragon statue with the text campus update Feb. 12

Planning Ahead for a Safe Spring Break

A message by Janet Cruz, MD, Director, Student Health Services, and Marla Gold, MD, Director, Return Oversight Committee, with recommendations and resources to ensure a relaxing and safe spring break was sent to the Drexel community.
Dragonn statue with the text Feb. 11

Academic Plan for Spring Quarter

In a message to the Drexel community, Paul Jensen, PhD, Executive Vice President and Nina Henderson Provost, announced academic plans for the spring quarter.