Kevin Murray

Assistant Director, Undergraduate Admissions

Kevin Murray is an Assistant Director in Undergraduate Admissions at Drexel as well as an alumnus. He spends his free time drinking coffee and thinking about where in the world he wants to travel next.

Blogs

Student Lifestyle Welcome Week: Exploring Your New Home
Drexel's Welcome Week is your chance to explore all of the resources and opportunities available to you at Drexel and in Philadelphia without all of the pressure of classes; get to know University City and your new home.
Student Lifestyle Housing and Residence Life at Drexel
Drexel offers a variety of housing options meant to meet the needs and interests of all students.
Learning and Innovation Exploring Drexel's Academic Offerings
The First-Year Exploratory Studies program at Drexel gives students the opportunity to explore the large, diverse academic ecosystem at the University in a structured, personal way to determine what their best academic path is.
What's New at Drexel? Drexel's New Partnership With YouVisit
Drexel's new interactive campus tour, hosted by YouVisit, will give you an in-depth look into life at Drexel’s campus in Philadelphia.
Learning and Innovation Learn About the Pennoni Honors College
The Pennoni Honors College and Honors Program gives students the opportunity to explore their academics more thoroughly through unique courses, academic and social programming, and much more.
Application Tips Researching a College: Use All of Your Resources
Due to the rapidly changing COVID-19 situation across the world, the college search process has been disrupted. However, thanks to extensive technological resources, you can get so much information and learn so much about Drexel online.
Why Drexel Drexel's New Entrepreneurship and Innovation Program Is Here
Learn about how the Charles D. Close School of Entrepreneurship progresses A.J.Drexel's vision to innovate and change as the world changes.
Why Drexel Helpful Resources for Drexel Students with Disabilities
Drexel offers a wide range of offices, programs, accommodations, and networks for students with disabilities, learning differences, and any other hurdles to their success as a Dragon.