Campus and Community Resources for Veterans

Campus Resources

These are some of the additional websites and offices you may need to access at Drexel.

  • AskDrexel – A searchable database with answers to common questions about registration, financial aid, billing, and technology
  • Bookstore – Drexel's Barnes & Noble bookstore
  • Activities and Involvement – Your connection to organizations and activities at Drexel
  • Counseling and Health – Information about counseling services, health insurance and immunization policies, and the Drexel Student Health Center
  • Dining Services – Meal plan options, dining locations, and nutritional information
  • Disability Resources – Support for students with documented disabilities, ensures equal treatment and on-campus access to a variety of resources
  • DragonCard Office – The Drexel University ID enables access to the libraries, athletic center, checking out laptops, and more
  • Drexel Central – Your one-stop service for managing student finances and registration
  • Drexel Co-op (Steinbright Career Development Center) – Information on Drexel Co-op and career counseling
  • DrexelOne Portal – Register for classes, pay your eBill, check your email, and much more through DrexelConnect Multi-System Access
  • Information Technology – Answers for your technology and computing questions
  • Libraries – Information about Drexel's libraries and access to electronic resources
  • Office of the Provost – Oversees all academic programs at Drexel, sets academic calendars and policies, and manages the University Catalog
  • Parking Services – Parking locations and permits
  • Public Safety – Tips on campus safety and security
  • Student Life – Services that enhance intellectual, personal, professional and social development
  • University Housing – Details on housing options, policies, and the housing application process

Community Resources

Information and Services for veterans and their families:

  • GI Bill® – The Department of Veterans Affairs website for GI Bill® benefits.
  • Student Veterans of America – A nonprofit coalition of student veterans groups from college campuses across the United States.
  • Military OneSource – Military OneSource is provided by the Department of Defense at no cost to active duty, Guard and Reserve (regardless of activation status), and their families. It is a virtual extension of installation services.
  • Philadelphia VA Medical Center – Located less than a mile from Drexel's University City Campus.
  • The Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic – Located just a few blocks away from Drexel's University City Campus.
  • The Veterans Multi-Service Center – Serving those who served, this community works to provide programs, opportunity, and advancement for local Pennsylvania, Delaware, and South Jersey veterans.