Academic advisors within the colleges and schools are ready to work remotely with students, using Microsoft Teams and Zoom, in addition to corresponding by phone and email. Students can continue to schedule appointments with their academic advisors as before; scheduling appointment technology is available through the DrexelOne portal on the My Success Team Channel.
The Learning Alliance and its network of offices will continue to provide University-wide academic support services remotely, including:
The Office of Disability Resources will continue to provide accommodations for students remotely. Students should contact the office to renew their AVLs or to request any additional accommodations they need to be successful this spring.
During these challenging times with COVID-19, the Office of Global Engagement and Education Abroad will continue to monitor COVID-19 and provide updates that may impact international programming. Read FAQs for International Travelers from the Office of Global Engagement.
Review the Center for the Advancement of STEM Teaching and Learning (CASTLE) guide for students moving online.
The Center for Learning and Academic Success Services (CLASS) provides helpful documents to help guide students during this remote online learning process.
All Drexel athletics and recreational programming has moved to a Virtual Rec Center.
Drexel will continue to support its 300-plus student organizations by moving organization processes and supports online, including student organization recognition, student organization advisement for event planning and operations, officer training, and student organization funding (SAFAC). Check DragonLink for updates.
Counseling Center therapists are able to conduct teletherapy using a HIPPA-compliant, confidential Zoom platform to preserve students' privacy. To schedule an appointment with a therapist, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 215.895.1415. An after-hours emergency line can be reached at 215.416.3337. Counseling Center staff offer virtual workshops and other self-help modules, downloadable at the Center's website. Another valuable digital resource we launched earlier this year, 7Cups , is available to all students who want to anonymously reach out for peer counseling. Finally, for students in recovery or seeking support around substance-use issues, the Haven is hosting virtual meetings every day at 8 p.m. EST at HavenRecoveryMeeting or by phone at 872.240.3412 (661-666-741 access code).