Orientation for new students will be held on Thursday, August 21 and Friday, August 22 in the Olmsted Center. Additional information regarding transfer orientation will be emailed to new students in July. RSVP information will be available in July.
Meeting other transfer students and learning about the following areas will help with your successful transition to Drake.
Take care of these important tasks:
Iowa law requires all college students to have a Health Form completed by a physician and returned to the University Health Center. Click here to complete your health form .
Once you have decided to attend Drake University, you can register for classes. Please contact your college/school representative as soon as possible for registration for spring classes.
Depending on your needs and circumstances, your appointment may be in person or by telephone, fax or e-mail. You can call direct or use Drake’s toll-free number, 1-800-44-DRAKE, and ask for the representatives below.
College of Arts and Sciences and School of Fine Arts
Jenny Tran-Johnson, Assistant Dean, Student Support
515-271-3917; fax 515-271-2558
College of Business and Public Administration
Karen Pomeroy, Academic Support Specialist
515-271-3142; fax 515-271-4518
School of Education
Catherine Gillespie, Associate Dean
515-271-4602; fax 515-271-4140
School of Journalism and Mass Communication
David Wright, Associate Dean
515-271-4527; fax 515-271-2798
College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Jill Batten, Director of Student Programs
515-271-1803; fax 515-271-4171
In addition to registering for classes, your appointment will include the following:
Student Accounts, Old Main — payments & parking stickers