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Due to increased demand, COVID-19 testing will be extended through Monday, November 23.

Student Update: COVID-19 Testing Extended to Monday

Due to increased demand, COVID-19 testing will be extended through Monday, Nov. 23.

A rendering of the Powel Elementary & Science Leadership Academy Middle School.

Q&A: PILOTs and SILOTs— What Is Drexel’s Responsibility?

Every year Drexel contributes a wide range of services and resources to the City of Philadelphia that benefit residents, public schools, the local economy and Drexel students’ own learning experience.
Blue background with words CBC Virtual Kickback

Drexel to Launch New Center for Black Culture With Virtual Event

Drexel University will celebrate the virtual opening of its new Center for Black Culture Nov. 12, with a "Virtual Kickback" to welcome Black students, faculty, professional staff, alumni and allies.  The Center will serve as a resource for the University community to gain a greater understanding of the Black experience and support a welcoming and wholly inclusive campus environment.

To maintain the health and safety of everyone in our community, Drexel is continuing to provide—and in some cases require—ongoing COVID-19 testing for students on campus.

Student Update: Expanded COVID-19 Testing

To maintain the health and safety of everyone in our community, Drexel is continuing to provide—and in some cases require—ongoing COVID-19 testing for students on campus.

Where to Eat Near Drexel’s University City Campus

Where to Eat Near Drexel’s University City Campus

If you’re spending time on campus this fall, these restaurants are nearby and open for pick-up, online ordering and/or indoor or outdoor dining.
Socially distant seating in the Hahnemann Library on Drexel's Center City Campus.

How Drexel Campus Amenities Will Operate This Fall

Though fall term classes and programming will be held mostly online, these student-oriented campus amenities will be up and running to assist you whether you’re living on or near campus or would like to access them remotely.

A praying mantis eating a spotted lanternfly outside of Race Hall and the adjacent Library Learning Terrace. Photo credit: Scott Dunham.

Q&A: Protecting Trees From the Spotted Lanternfly

You’ve probably heard about the invasive species or seen them for yourself — but do you know how to help protect your environment from them?
Nina Henderson Provost Paul E. Jensen, PhD, and Senior Vice President for Student Success Subir Sahu, PhD, share pandemic-related guidelines for both in-person and remote classes this fall at Drexel.

Return to Campus: A Safe Return to the Classroom

In a message to Drexel students on Aug. 14, Nina Henderson Provost Paul E. Jensen, PhD, and Senior Vice President for Student Success Subir Sahu, PhD, share pandemic-related guidelines for both in-person and remote classes this fall at Drexel.
The Powel Elementary/Science Leadership Academy Middle School site in late June. Photo courtesy Quatrefoil Consulting, LLC.

Construction Projects Paused by the Pandemic Resume with New Timelines

After the state lifted stay-at-home orders in May, work resumed on construction projects on the University City Campus, some of which are related to Drexel’s focus on the health sciences
Drexel University Return to Campus: Safety Is a Shared Responsibility

Return to Campus: Safety Is a Shared Responsibility

In a message to Drexel students on Aug. 4, Senior Vice President for Student Success Subir Sahu relayed the importance of student participation in all safety measures and guidelines put forth for the return to campus this fall, including completing the COVID-19 Student Training course and Dragon Pledge which will become available 24 hours after fall registration.
In a message to Drexel students on July 31, Senior Vice President for Student Success Subir Sahu provided more information on the mandatory COVID-19 Student Training course and the online Dragon Pledge.

Return to Campus: COVID-19 Student Training and Pledge

In a message to Drexel students on July 31, Senior Vice President for Student Success Subir Sahu provided more information on the mandatory COVID-19 Student Training course and the online Dragon Pledge.
In a message to Drexel students on July 28, Senior Vice President for Student Success Subir Sahu outlines student guidelines for fall.

As Campus Reopens, Student Safety is Priority

In a message to Drexel students on July 28, Senior Vice President for Student Success Subir Sahu outlines student guidelines for fall, including a new information hub about the return to campus, face covering and social distancing rules, the Drexel Health Tracker app and a mandatory COVID-19 training course.