Campus Engagement believes that an incredibly valuable aspect of Drexel University’s education happens outside of the classroom. Participation in student organizations is where leadership is developed, community engagement occurs, and intellectual, religious, and social interests are met. These opportunities enrich and enhance your Drexel experience, while the interpersonal and organizational skills you exercise will prove invaluable in your co-op and when you graduate.
Through Campus Engagement and DragonLink, our online student organization directory, get connected to student organizations that interest you. And if you cannot find a group that meets your needs, then we will help you start a new one. Visit DragonLink to get started.
Student Organization Recognition and Directory
Student organizations must be recognized annually – the cycle begins in June and ends in November.
Updated information for recognized student organizations can be found on the BOLD DragonLink page.
For non-Drexel individuals who would like to view DragonLink, the organization list can be accessed here.
Student Organization Leadership Development
Student organizations provide wonderful opportunities to learn, develop and put into practice leadership skills. Skills like time management, guiding and motivating others, financial stewardship, effective communication, listening, teamwork and inclusion are all competencies that students learn from participating in and leading student organizations. Campus Engagement implements leadership sessions and workshops geared toward student organizations. Information on student organization leadership development can be found on the BOLD DragonLink page.
What Drexel students are saying about their student organization experience
“I have been able to improve my career performance by learning about multi-tasking and time management.”
“I have grown immensely from being involved in many different organizations, most notably in time management and event organization skills. I have also learned about being a leader in general and the importance of communication.”
“I think I’m a drastically different person than when I started at Drexel. I credit a lot of that to my time in student organizations.”
“It has made me more involved in Drexel’s campus life and student activities. It has also allowed me a deeper understanding of how organizations are run.”
“It has transformed me into the person that I am today, building character and teaching responsibility and commitment.”
“I have learned a great deal about responsibility, time management and networking.”