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Admissions Is Open for Admitted Students

Drexel's Admissions Visit Center is open to admitted students, by appointment only. View our Admitted Students Events to explore our in-person visit options and the many virtual event opportunities. Prospective students interested in learning more about Drexel may visit our Undergraduate Virtual Experience to connect live with admissions staff, view presentations, take a virtual tour, and more. You can also contact your Undergraduate Admission Representative and schedule a one-on-one chat.


Whether you're an incoming first-year or transfer student, we offer a variety of options to fit your schedule. Select the best option for you and sign up today!

Undergraduate Virtual Experience

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Our Undergraduate Virtual Experience is designed to let you chat with admissions counselors online and explore everything Drexel has to offer through tours, videos, stories, and more.

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Dragons Live: Virtual Open House

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These events are a great way to explore academic offerings, meet faculty and current students, learn about extracurricular opportunities, and see how you might fit in here.

Admitted Students Events

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These events are held exclusively for students who have been admitted to the University for fall 2021.

Transfer Instant Decision Days

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Prospective transfer students can make an appointment to meet with an admissions counselor and receive an admission decision that day.

Transfer Tuesdays & Thursdays Events

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Prospective transfer students can get all the information they need to apply to Drexel, along with the opportunity to meet with an admissions representative for a Transfer Instant Decision appointment.

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Application Preparation Workshop Series

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Join an upcoming webinar to gain expert advice on essay writing, financial aid, portfolio preparation, and many other topics.

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Academic Connections

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Join for an engaging series of events that illustrate how the University is using interdisciplinary learning to address modern problems and encourage new ways of thinking.

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