Attention all Students:
It’s time to register for the Winter term. If you haven’t already done so, please do so by the first week of December. Under enrolled courses will be cancelled by December 7th.
For a full listing of Winter quarter courses, please go to theSchool of Education’s Schedule of Classes.
Please follow your plan of study in choosing courses to register for.
As a reminder: On-campus sections are 001 and online sections are 900 or above.
To find appropriate courses, click on:
- Teacher Education for EDUC courses
- Special Education to find EDEX courses
If the course has a restriction, please email your Advisor from your official Drexel email account requesting registration assistance. Please indicate exactly the course code, number and CRN# you want your Advisor to register you for.
Dear Students and Alumni –
Please be advised that the Greater Philadelphia Teacher Job Fair will be held on Wednesday, April 6, 2016. For those students who will be participating in student teaching during this event, attendance will be considered an excused absence.
Early on-campus registration will be open from December 1st – March 31st.
Please see the DVEC Job Fair 2016 flyer for more information. We look forward to seeing you there!
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Attention School of Education Students!,
The Drexel Student Council for Exceptional Children would like to invite you to attend the professional development event tomorrow, Tuesday, November 17, 2015. This workshop will provide an overview of the IEP process and document. We will also be discussing how to build positive relationships with families and how to write clear and measurable annual goals. The event will occur from 5-6:30 p.m. in One Drexel Plaza Room 004. Please register at http://goo.gl/forms/fYutJfGlzD
November 17, 2015
One Drexel Plaza Room 004
If you cannot attend in person, please join our virtual session from your PC, Mac, Linux, iOS, or Android device at www.zoom.us
Click on Join a Meeting and enter the ID: 233 275 9793
We hope to see you there!
DSCEC Vice President
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ATTN All Students:
This is just a friendly reminder that we are now in the 7h week of classes. If for any reason, you need to withdraw from your Fall courses, please be advised that the withdrawal period goes until TOMORROW only. The last day to withdraw from a course is Friday November 6th (4p.m. Eastern Time).
Fall Term Withdrawal Information
Any withdrawal requests will need to be sent to the School of Education before 4pm (Eastern Time) on or before Friday, November 6th. If you need to withdraw from a course, please be advised that a 6th or 7th week withdraw will entail the following:
- The course will appear on your transcript with a “W” as a grade
- Your GPA will not be affected by the “W”
- You will still be responsible for paying 100% of the tuition for the course
- You will not receive credit for a withdrawn course
- Withdrawing may impact your financial aid and your ability to receive financial aid in the future and impact your Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) for financial aid (contact Drexel Central for more information: 215-895-1600)
If you need to withdraw from your courses please follow the process below:
- First contact your instructor(s) to notify them that you will be leaving the course.
- Contact the financial aid office (if you are receiving loans) for guidance on how a course withdrawal may affect your financial aid, and how a withdraw may affect your compliance with federal financial aid guidelines for maintaining Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)
- Forward your advisor the email communication with your instructor(s) regarding the withdraw, or copy your advisor on the email.
- Fill out an add/drop/withdrawal form (this form can be obtained from the Forms page on the Drexel Central website: . http://drexel.edu/drexelcentral/about/forms/ Make sure the form is signed, and then fax it to the School of Education at: 215-895-5879, or you can scan/email it to your Advisor directly.
- You will be notified via email after you have been withdrawn from the course.
Blackboard Learn Reminder for all STudents remaining in Fall 2015 Courses:
Remember to save all coursework and course materials to a flash drive, your personal computer, and/or an external hard drive, as you will not have access to the course or the course materials after the term has completed. Information that you should be saving includes anything and everything that you think will be useful to you in your career, personal development, or for your capstone/co-op project. You will not have access to this material after the term has ended.
Should you have any technical issues, you can contact the Instructional Technology Group (ITG) at: 215-895-1224 (available 24/7, press option 2 to speak with a person off-hours) or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org directly.
Best of luck with the remainder of the term.
Attention SoE Students: Save the Date…
David Appleton will be leading a clearance work shop for all student in the School of Education who require background checks and clearances for field placements.
November 12th and 13th at 2:15PM -3:30PM each day.
All student must bring a valid ID and credit card or debit card and have knowledge of all of their personal information.
For more information regarding the required clearances, go to the School of Education’s Field Placement Office Website.