- Complete List
- Examples of Useful Software for Public Health Students
- EndNote: A Bibliography reference and citation manager
- Qualtrics: Survey maker
- SAS: Statistical programming
- SPSS: Statistical programming
- ArcGIS ESRI Business / Community Analyst: mapping and economic comparisons
- Tableau: Dashboard and Interactive Visualization
Free Shuttle Buses
These are Monday through Friday wheelchair accessible bus loops that have stopping points near Nesbitt Hall (Public Health Building). You only need to show Drexel Identification. They do not run during holidays or winter.
Free / Discounted Gym Membership
There are current COVID restrictions and hours and membership can be purchased online via the provided link.
- $28 for Graduate Students for a 3 month term
- Free for Undergraduates
Fellowship Advising Appointments
While not available for all classes, you can try to find online peer tutors through the Center for Learning and Academic Success Services (CLASS) which also offers academic coaching, remote learning resources, workshops, events, and academic engagement.
To see if a Dornsife class offers tutoring go to (1) Drexel One (2) “Academics” (3) “Academic Support” (4) “Accudemia” (5) “New Appointment” (6) “Center for Learning and Academic Success Services” (7)Choose Facilitated Study Groups or Online Appointment.
You can also apply to be a tutor too.
Free* Nutrition Counseling
These 30 minute telehealth sessions with a registered dietitian are potentially free if your insurance plan covers them. With Aetna and IBX insurance, 3 of these sessions are free. Appointments are made through email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
24-Hour Drexel Student Health Hot-Line
The Drexel Student Health Center (DSHC) has a 24-hour service line at 215.220.4700 for students with questions or concerns outside of normal business hours.