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Swing into Summer with Drexel Alumni!

This spring and summer, hit the road with the Alumni Association as Drexel alumni gather in ballparks around the country to watch their hometown teams take on league rivals. More

Come out and win!
All Drexel alumni who register and attend any of our Drexel Alumni Association Nights (or Days) at the Ballpark that feature a match-up with the Philadelphia Phillies (or their Triple-A Affiliate, the Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs) this spring and summer, will be automatically entered into a raffle drawing for the chance to win a personalized, official Phillies jersey! The drawing will take place, and the winner with be notified, at the close of the spring/summer baseball series in late September. Good luck, and go, Phillies! More

New Student Send-offs

2014 New Student Send-Offs

The Alumni Association will travel to 17 cities and towns across the country this summer to welcome the newest members of the Drexel community, our incoming students.

Each reception will give the students and their families a chance to meet other students from their area, chat with Drexel alumni about their experiences, and ask any last-minute questions before they arrive on campus in September.

New Student Send-offs are open to all incoming students, however, space for alumni guests is limited. If you are a Drexel graduate and you would like to attend a New Student Send-off in your area, please contact the Office of Alumni Relations at 1.888.DU.GRADS.

For a complete list of New Student Send-off receptions, click here.


Alumni Spotlight

Chris Owens

Chris Owens
BS 2003 Chemical Engineering

Throughout his childhood, Chris Owens '03 has held a deep interest in science and technology. After encouragement from his chemistry professor at community college, Owens decided to transfer to Drexel to pursue the rigorous path toward a degree in chemical engineering.

"Engineering is about going through a problem-solving process in order to achieve the desired outcome," said Owens. "And that process has always been very exciting to me." More



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