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Contact Us Digitally – Campus Currently Closed

Drexel's campus is currently closed as part of the University's response to the coronavirus (COVID-19); however, Drexel Admissions staff are working remotely and available to assist you!

You can connect during our all-day chats, email at, or reach out directly to your undergraduate admissions representative.

Thank you for your interest in Drexel University's full-time undergraduate programs. The instructions on this page apply to:

If you are a returning student who has previously enrolled in undergraduate coursework at Drexel, please refer to the Readmission Instructions for requirements. Part-time and non-matriculated students should refer to the Part-Time Application Instructions.

  1. Review Drexel's admission prerequisites and application deadlines

    Before beginning your application to Drexel, please review our Admission Prerequisites and Application Deadlines.

  2. Read the application instructions

    Be sure to submit all required materials before your application deadline.

  3. Complete your application

    We accept the following applications:

    • First-Year Applicants
      Drexel accepts both of the applications listed below for first-year students. Please submit either application.

      Common Application
      Coalition Application
    • Full-Time Transfer Applicants
      Drexel accepts both of the applications listed below for transfer students who wish to apply for full-time programs. Please submit only one application per term.

      Drexel University's Admission Application
      Common Application
    • Nursing Accelerated Career Entry
      Note: To be considered for our accelerated BSN program, you must already have a bachelor's degree. To apply for this program, select "Accelerated Career Entry Nursing" as your application. You should not use the Common Application, but instead use the link below. If you do not already have a bachelor's degree or are seeking our traditional BSN program, select "Undergraduate Transfer Full-Time" as your application.

      Drexel University's Admission Application
  4. Submit your supplemental materials

    Refer to the application instructions for first-year students and transfer students for specific requirements.

  5. Check your application status

    After your admission application has been processed, you will receive an email that gives you access to the Discover Drexel portal to check the status of your application.

Applying to Drexel

Learn about Drexel's three admission plans, two financial aid applications we use, and respective deadlines for each.