Academic Reminders for Fall Quarter (Faculty)
Welcome to the fall quarter! This announcement contains key reminders to help faculty navigate the term.
Academic Reminders for Fall Quarter (Students)
Welcome to the fall quarter! This announcement contains key reminders to help students navigate the quarter.
New Health Sciences Building Officially Open
The beginning of an academic year is always a joyful and exciting time, as we reunite with friends and colleagues and welcome a new class of Drexel Dragons. Another momentous occasion marks the start of this fall quarter: The official opening of Drexel University’s new Health Sciences Building, which is already coming to life with the first classes of the year. Located at 36th and Filbert Streets, this 12-story, 460,000-square-foot building will serve as the academic home of the College of Nursing and Health Professions, the College of Medicine and the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences and Professional Studies, uniting many of Drexel’s health-related programs in one incredible space.
Accommodating Religious Observances
Drexel University is dedicated to an environment that respects and allows the free practice of the many faith traditions of our University community. As we prepare for the academic year and fall term — a term filled with numerous religious holidays and days of observation — this is a reminder that Drexel is committed to making every reasonable effort to accommodate the religious observances of our students, faculty and professional staff.
2022 Enterprise Learning and Performance Development
Each year, Drexel Human Resources (HR) provides enterprise learning modules to foster your professional development and growth, ensure the University’s compliance with legal and regulatory obligations, and strengthen the University’s commitment to ethics and integrity in everything we do. This message provides an overview of this year’s required online courses and annual Conflict of Interest and Commitment Disclosure process for faculty and professional staff, as well as the performance development process for professional staff.
Offices Merge to Create the Office of Institutional Research, Assessment and Accreditation
A centralized, integrated approach to data collection, analysis and sharing is central to many strategic efforts including the University’s accreditation, enrollment and recruitment efforts, continual improvement of our academic programs, enhanced diversity and inclusion and many more. Given this, two units in the Provost’s Office will be joined as the Office of Institutional Research, Assessment and Accreditation. Under the leadership of Vice Provost Sujoy Das, the new office will combine the functions of the former Office of Institutional Research and Office of Assessment and Accreditation to create a one-stop shop for data gathering and support for the University at large.