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Put on your best blue and gold gear and show your Drexel pride at Homecoming 2019. Meet friends old and new at the Young Alumni Social, the Pregame Rally, the brand new Alumni Wine Pairing and more! REGISTER

Turkey Project 2018

Join the Dragon community to witness the firsthand impact of the Alumni Turkey Project and distribute holiday meals to our community partners on Thursday, Dec. 13. Learn more


We are excited to announce 18 new trips for the 2019 season! From the Wonders of Vietnam and Cambodia, to the Southwest National Parks, to Dazzling Down Under — there’s something for everyone! Learn More

Fly Eagle Fly

The Philadelphia Eagles are hitting the road (to victory) and Drexel alumni are along for the ride! Cheer on the Super Bowl LII Champions with fellow Dragons at a watch party nearest you! Register

Do You Have an Alumni Story to Share?

Our alumni leave Drexel and go on to do incredible things. We love highlighting our outstanding Dragons within the Drexel community — whether it be on social media, in the Drexel Magazine or on our website — but we can’t do it without your help! If you know of an interesting alumnus (maybe it’s you!), who has a noteworthy or unique story to tell, let us know by filling out this brief form.

convocationSpeakers Celebrate the Power of Scientific and Artistic Wonder at 2018 Convocation

In Drexel University’s 2018 Convocation ceremony held Sept. 27, Dragons were encouraged to take full advantage of the opportunities and resources at the University to understand, research, prepare and communicate the problems and solutions of the future.

Drexel’s historic and lauded co-op program, its academic and interdisciplinary offerings and its research opportunities are all opportunities to support this endeavor — and so are, as highlighted in this year’s ceremony, its four archival collections and the Academy of Natural Sciences’ museum, collection and library. In his speech, Drexel President John Fry highlighted these collections by describing “just how important they are to our mission as a research university.” MORE