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There's no one type of Drexel student and the University's clubs and activities reflect its diversity.
Located in a city known for its museums, murals and music, Drexel encourages students to work on their own art and seek inspiration through classes, organizations and esteemed art collections and galleries.
Drexel athletics are a big part of campus culture. Each year, more than 9,000 students participate in club or intramural sports.
Living on campus is a big part of the college experience.
Involvement in student life is essential in making Drexel's campus life a valuable experience. We encourage students to participate in out-of-the-classroom activities, become involved, and learn from those experiences.
Drexel strives to educate students to embrace good health practices.
Civic engagement not only unites neighborhoods—it also educates students in problem solving, understanding diversity, good citizenship, and leadership.
Organizations work to provide social, cultural and educational opportunities that promote student involvement outside of the classroom.