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Spring Orientation

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Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Spring Orientation is facilitated primarily online with opportunities to meet other transfer students in person during the first week of the spring term. There is no need to register for Orientation. Just review the information available on the Online Orientation Resources page and attend the in-person meetings to meet other transfer students. 

Online Orientation Resources

Visit the Spring Orientation Resources page to browse through information before classes begin on Monday, March 30.

Spring Orientation

Tuesday, March 31
4-7 p.m.
SkyView Room, MacAlister Hall, 6th Floor

Dinner will be provided.

International Students: A mandatory information session will be held for all incoming international students on the same day prior to the Spring Orientation from 3-4 p.m. with representatives from the International Students and Scholars Services (ISSS) office in the same location.

Although you may have attended an Orientation program at your previous institution, it is a critical part of your success at Drexel to attend this Spring Orientation. At this program, you will be officially welcomed and greeted by representatives from the Provost Office, Student Affairs and your student government association. In addition, you will hear from the Steinbright Career Development Center (co-op), Public Safety, Drexel Central,  the Office of Academic Advising, Retention and Diversity and the Office of Health Insurance and Immunizations.

Please use the link below to officially register for the Spring Orientation. We ask that you register as soon as possible, but no later than Wednesday, March 25 at 5 p.m.

Click here to register.

During these sessions, you will be able to:

  • Talk about next steps in weaving yourself into Drexel’s culture vs. your previous institution
  • Meet students and staff across campus, including your Undergraduate Student Government Association (USGA) representative
  • Find out how to get involved on campus
  • Learn more about Drexel’s academic and financial resources and support, co-op, campus safety, student conduct and health insurance and immunization requirements

New Student-Veteran Orientation

The Office of Veteran Student Services is a campus wide effort which supports military and veteran students throughout their time at Drexel. Visit the Office of Veteran Students Services website for more information.