Explore how you can enhance your academic experience at Drexel:
- Laurence A. Baiada Center for Entrepreneurship in Technology – The Baiada Center sponsors workshops, lecture series, and the annual Venture Fair and Business Plan Competition, where teams compete for awards of up to $15,000 and gain exposure to Philadelphia venture capitalists.
- Lindy Center for Civic Engagement – Volunteering your time and talent is a rewarding experience. If you're looking for ways to give back to the community, the Lindy Center for Civic Engagement can help you match your interests with available volunteer opportunities around Philadelphia.
- Great Works Symposium – This series of courses is designed to take an interdisciplinary approach to a single subject, such as the Statue of Liberty, Frankenstein, and the Brooklyn Bridge. Taught by professors from across the University, as well as guest lecturers, and featuring special exhibits and film screenings, these classes guarantee that you'll never look at a great work the same way again.
- STAR Scholars – Students Tackling Advanced Research (STAR) allows students to participate in research projects in their field as early as the freshman year. Students who take part in these research opportunities may be eligible for stipends or academic credit for their work. The program also pairs students with faculty mentors, who can answer questions or offer advice on an informal, one-on-one basis.
- Study Abroad – Gain an international perspective on your major and on life itself. With the Drexel Study Abroad program, you can experience the world in programs that span 24 countries.
- Undergraduate Research Opportunities – Research projects are a valuable addition to many courses of study. At Drexel these opportunities are extended to dedicated undergraduates. Research projects are conducted in many of Drexel's colleges and schools, including the Colleges of Engineering and Information Science and Technology.
- Writing Program – The Writing Program was introduced to give students the opportunity to refine their writing skills both in and out of the classroom. The program sponsors writing classes and houses WITS, Writing Intensive Tutors, who can assist students with all aspects of their written work, from term papers to fiction.