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The Drexel community is excited to recognize the achievements of graduating Forever Dragons this June at each of the virtual college- and school-specific ceremonies — as well as at this year’s University-wide Commencement ceremony at Citizens Bank Park, where the historic 2020 and 2021 graduates will be honored.
Learn More Commencement information including dates and locations.
President Fry has shared that the University expects that, by the fall, every student will be able to have face-to-face learning experiences, although some hybrid classes and other operational modifications may remain based on public health guidance. We are ready!
Learn More President’s Fry announcement about being back on campus in the fall.
Admitted students, you have been waiting for your chance to make an impact on the world around you — and now it has arrived. View a special virtual experience built just for you and take advantage of all of the many unique admitted student events this month to see how Drexel will help you push beyond all expectations and turn your ambition into achievement.
Learn More About student experiences at Drexel as a New Dragon.
Drexel combines academic rigor with a transformative cooperative education program, preparing students to address the challenges of a changing world. Charles D. Close School of Entrepreneurship alumnus Evan Ehlers ‘19 founded Sharing Excess, a nonprofit startup that redistributes unused food to at-risk community members across the Philadelphia region.
Learn More About Drexel's cooperative education program
Philadelphia — the city we proudly call home — is a town full of energy, excitement, pizza, and opportunity that allows our students to explore the world. Discover a city of brotherly love and sisterly affection.
Learn More About the city of Philadelphia
While the tuition cost for the 5-year and 4-year co-op programs are the same, the experience is not. Learn how you can leave Drexel with up to 18 months of full-time professional experience before you even graduate.
Learn More About the Drexel co-op experience.