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Admissions Blog

Our Admissions Blog gives you the insider's view of Drexel University. From helpful hints about the admissions process to a preview of life on campus and in Philadelphia, you'll learn more from those who know it best.

Contributors to the blog are part of the Drexel community and come from a variety of different backgrounds. Each one shares different insights that will help readers along the journey as a Drexel Dragon.

Philly Eats: The Tasty

posted by: Alyssa Overton

Calling all waffle lovers!

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I’m Albert, pleasure to meet you!

posted by: Albert Hanan

A little about me, where I’m from, and where I want to go.

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Meet Annie, future nurse and lover of food!

posted by: Annie Doren

Just a little bit of a background on myself, my passion, and how Drexel has shown me just how much I am capable of.

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My (SASE)ccessful Senior Project

posted by: Kathy Chen

Read more about Kathy’s senior project.

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Taking a Ride on SEPTA

posted by: Jennifer Brown

New to Philadelphia transit, or to public transportation in general? Not to worry! I was once in your shoes, and offer a remedy for your anxiety, as well as a challenge.

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What's Wrong with Average?

posted by: Sam Kulesa

Most people don’t aspire to be average – but after four years here, I’m actually very comfortable with it.

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Meet Nordin the Croatian Photographer and Materials Scientist

posted by: Nordin Catic

Nordin is a senior from Croatia who is studying Material Science and Engineering after growing up in Dubai.

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Have you met Shreya?

posted by: Shreya Desai

Just a little introduction about myself and a peek through my journey as I try to figure out what I want to be when I "grow up."

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My Journey to Drexel

posted by: Michaela Schuster

An insight on how I became a Drexel Dragon and why I continue to be a proud Drexel student.

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