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Although we won't have the opportunity to welcome you on campus this April for Drexel's Admitted Students Days, we'd like to invite you to take part in a special virtual experience for our new Dragons: the exclusive This Is Your Moment website. And we encourage you to return to the website throughout April, as we will be continually adding new features to help you explore what your future as a Dragon will look like.
This Is Your Moment
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 email@example.com, or reach out directly to your undergraduate admissions representative.
Drexel offers a number of part-time options to fit your schedule:
For students who require more flexibility, Drexel offers several undergraduate degrees on a part-time basis, including several evening programs.
Take a closer look at the criteria Drexel takes into consideration when determining admission, including previous experience and academic performance in relation to your desired major and essay.
We know there are many factors to consider in the college selection process, not the least of which is the financial investment you are soon to make. We realize this investment in your future requires careful planning.
Take a tour of Drexel before you even set foot on campus.
Get a firsthand glimpse of what it's like to be a Drexel Dragon.
If you have any questions, we’re here to help. Contact the Office of Admissions via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone at 215.895.2400.
Drexel provides an individualized path that allows students to achieve their personal goals. Check out the stories below to see where a Drexel education can take you.
Alex Uboldi (Marketing) knew that a college degree wasn't enough to prepare him for the media world.
Alexis China (Product Design) chose Drexel to complement her variety of interests and to be prepared for life after graduation from the start.
Chanel Miller (Health Sciences) chose Drexel to help people reach their best health potentials while enriching her education with diverse opportunities.
Josue Manjarrez (Biomedical Engineering) values the cultural knowledge he's gained because of Drexel's diverse student body.
Orcel Kounga (Computer Engineering) decided Drexel would be the right step toward his end goal.
Tauheed Baukman (Materials Science and Engineering) delved into research as a first-year student through Drexel's Students Tackling Advanced Research (STAR) Scholars program.