Why Attend College?
A college education is an investment in you and your future. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, college-educated individuals earn more and find greater economic success in their futures. In fact, Higher Ed Dive found that the estimated median lifetime earnings for an individual with a bachelor’s degree is $400,000 more than those with no college. It’s important to note that every University has their own outcomes, learn more about the value of a Drexel education today.
Is Drexel the Right School for You?
At Drexel, students build a strong foundation of knowledge under the guidance of our expert faculty while our dynamic cooperative education program, known as Drexel Co-op, provides them with opportunities to gain up to 18 months of real-world work experience with respected organizations from around the globe. This unique combination of advanced academics and real-world experience truly sets our students apart. Yet, the college experience isn’t all about academics and a future career, here at Drexel, our first-year Dragons are constantly getting involved in student life activities, making new friends from around the world, and enjoying everything the great city of Philadelphia has to offer.
Take a look at our first-year application instructions to acquaint yourself with the steps to apply. You’re also encouraged to explore our financial aid opportunities for undergraduate students. Don’t forget: Drexel offers three different admission plans: Early Decision, Early Action, and Regular Decision.
If you think Drexel is right for you, then apply today!
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At A Glance: The 2020-2021 First-Year Class
Visit our First-Year Student Population Profile to read more about Drexel's most recent incoming first-year students
Still Have Questions?
Our admissions representatives can provide you with everything you need to know about your admission to Drexel. You can also contact the Office of Admissions via email at email@example.com or phone at 215.895.2400. Finally, you can find quick answers to commonly asked questions and helpful links to additional information with our frequently asked questions.