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Student Lifecycle Management

  • Increase Drexel’s student population through retention by improving the student experience, creating a culture of student success and putting students in the best position to achieve
  • Align recruitment, advising and student affairs to foster student success and satisfaction
  • Recruit to retain as one critical factor in realizing a 6-year graduation rate of 80% for the class starting in fall 2015, with a first to second year retention rate of 90%
  • Improve the student residential experience, for example through residential learning experiences and the University Housing Capital Renewal Plan
  • Focus on access and affordability for potential students
  • Align the university capital campaign with need-based financial aid
  • Promote diversity and student engagement through intercultural activities and initiatives like the Raymond G. Perelman Center for Jewish Life and the Liberty Scholars Program
  • Continue to build excellence and national leadership in experiential and co-operative education