ALUMNI WEEKEND REGISTRATION OPENS MARCH 11
This year, celebrate Alumni Weekend from the comfort and safety of your home from May 20 to 23. While it may look different than years past, this remains the same: Alumni Weekend is a time to connect with classmates, celebrate everything you love about Drexel and the College of Medicine and see what your alma mater is up to, today!
So, save the date, tell your friends and get your favorite pair of sweatpants ready because this year, Alumni Weekend fun is just a click away!
Golden and Silver Dragon Reunions
Congratulations to our milestone reunion classes – the 50-year reunion Classes of 1970 and 1971, the 30-year reunion Classes of 1990 and 1991 and the 25-year reunion Classes of 1995 and 1996. This year we have special events planned for your classes and when you register, receive a box of reunion swag to help you get in the spirit!
When it is safe to do so, we hope to celebrate your reunions with in-person events.
Classes of 1971 Memory Book
If you’re a member of the Classes of 1971, the Memory Book is our reunion gift to you. Find out how to submit your entry for the Memory Book by the April 2 deadline. Looking for inspiration? Check out last year’s Classes of 1970 Memory Book.
SUBMIT YOUR MEMORY BOOK ENTRY
We hope to see you at one – or many – of our Alumni Weekend virtual programs. Here’s a sneak peek of what’s to come!
- Drexel InSites: Addressing Critical Issues Through Rapid Research and Innovation
This talk with Aleister Saunders, PhD, executive vice provost, highlights how faculty, professional staff and students have responded to COVID-19 and calls for social justice with cutting-edge research, scholarly inquiry and urgent action.
- Alumni Spirits Tasting: Pennsylvania Rye
Learn the history of rye whiskey and American-based distilling and participate in a virtual tasting of local ryes that are fulfilling the Pennsylvania tradition.
- An Afternoon at the Barnes: Experiencing Art for Personal and Professional Success
Learn critical work and life skills through techniques of observing and discussing art at the famous Barnes Foundation.
- Drexel’s Response to the 1918 Flu Pandemic
A panel will discuss how students and faculty from Drexel, Hahnemann and Woman's Medical College played a significant role in the 1918 Influenza pandemic that ravaged Philadelphia.