Transferring to Drexel
Transferring to Drexel
- Undergraduate Admissions is the first place to stop for students interested in transferring to Drexel. Admissions will provide you with:
- the steps for applying to Drexel
- transfer credit evaluation
- financial resource information
- steps to connecting with an academic advisor in your academic field of interest
- tips for transfer students in applying to Drexel
- Once you have been accepted to Drexel, please follow the check list provided to make sure you have all of your affairs in order before starting classes.
- In addition, a large step in coming to Drexel is reviewing your housing options:
New Transfer students who are entering Drexel University for the 2012-2013 academic year will be offered a housing assignment based on space availability. Transfer students are not guaranteed on campus housing.
To view important deadlines, application requirements and to apply for on campus housing, please go to the University Housing website.
Drexel also offers students the ability to search for Housing in the Philadelphia area through the University’s interactive Off Campus Housing website.
The website features:
- User friendly search features for off campus housing, including a google map, which relates the property to the University City, Center City Hahnemann and Queen Lane Drexel campuses.
- A roommate finder, which serves as an “eHarmony” for roommates
- Off Campus Housing resources concerning tenant rights, budgeting, roommate agreements, questions to ask when searching for housing and much more!
The Office staff also assists students by:
- Providing housing search assistance
- Reviewing lease agreements with students and family members
- Support for Landlord/Tenant Mediation and Roommate Mediation
To contact the Off Campus Housing Office, please email email@example.com or call 215-895-1328.
- Attend New Student Orientation for Transfer Students
You May Be College Savvy…But Are You Drexel Savvy?
CTSE and the Office of New Student and Family Programs hosts Orientation sessions for
incoming transfer students prior to the start of the Fall, Winter, and Spring terms.
It is very important for new transfer students to attend Orientation--although you are an experienced college student, Drexel is a unique place with its co-op program and ten week academic term. There is a lot you need to know to ensure your success as a Drexel Dragon! Plus, Orientation is a great opportunity to:
- Meet current students and other transfers
- Connect with your academic advisor
- Learn ways to become involved in the campus community
- Discover resources and services available to you
- Have fun!
Orientation for transferring students for the Winter 2013 academic term will be held in December. Specific dates to come.
To Register for Orientation and for more Specific information about what to expect during the program, please go to the New Student Orientation website.