As a Drexel graduate, you’re in a unique position to use your experiences, skills, and networks to make an impact on the University, as well as fellow alumni, and current and future students.
We’re here to help you maintain a lasting connection to Drexel. Come back to campus, attend events and volunteer your time and talents in a way that is the most meaningful to you.
Ways to Give Back and to Stay Connected
Dragon Network is Drexel University’s virtual professional community for alumni and students. Use it to share your expertise with current students or find your own mentor, browse helpful resources including a growing library of archived webinars, and discover alumni groups based on shared interests and affinities.
Drexel Alumni hosts hundreds of events each year, in person and online, for alumni and friends of the University. Faculty talks, career development workshops, museum tours, family-friendly outings, receptions at Drexel Athletic events…there’s something for everyone!
We are committed to providing you with meaningful volunteer opportunities that align with your experiences and interests. Some alumni volunteer opportunities include hosting an Alumni Career Services webinar or workshop, leading an alumni group or regional network, hiring or mentoring current students, or serving on the Alumni Board of Governors.
Alumni Career Services
With a focus on connecting alumni to alumni and alumni to students, the Drexel Alumni Career Services program can help you reach your professional goals or allow you to support others. Attend a professional development webinar, get involved with a professional affinity group, participate in a Dragons at Work gathering within your organization, or more!
Show your confidence and pride in Drexel while helping to support things like student scholarships, community initiatives, research projects, athletic teams, resources for teachers, and more. Make your gift to the Alumni Impact Endowed Scholarship, established by the Drexel Alumni Board of Governors to support civically engaged students in need, or to any area of Drexel that is the most meaningful to you.