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Regional Networks

Whether you live close to campus or thousands of miles away, Drexel Alumni wants to keep you connected. Take advantage of all of the events and opportunities provided by our regional networks around the world -- bridging the gap between you and Drexel.

Below are some of the areas where we have network leaders and host events for alumni to connect. Want to connect with someone in your are, or don't see your city listed and want to get involved? Please contact the Office of Alumni Relations at alumni@drexel.edu to let us know.

How to Get Started

Here’s a list of simple ways to get involved with the regional network where you live or work.

  • Attend an event. Find your network from the list below and see if anything exciting is coming up in your area! Or check out the full calendar of alumni events online.
  • Volunteer or organize an event. A great way to meet Dragons in your area is to help organize an alumni event in your city or town. Contact Dave Lanza in the Office of Alumni Relations at DL467@drexel.edu to learn more.
  • Hire a co-op or graduate. We’d be happy to answer any questions you have about hiring a fellow Dragon for a co-op or full-time job. Contact Lauren Karch in the Office of Alumni Relations at lmk324@drexel.edu to learn more.
  • Make an annual gift. Your support can make a BIG IMPACT on the University and today’s students. You can make a gift to your college or school, former student organization, or student scholarships like the Alumni Impact Endowed Scholarship Fund
  • Volunteer as an Alumni Ambassador. Who better to tell the Drexel story to perspective students than you? Alumni Ambassadors visit college fairs and answer questions and share their experiences with students interested in Drexel. 
  • Advance Your Career Online. Drexel Alumni hosts online workshops and webinars so you can participate in some of our career and professional development programming from wherever you are.
Coming up: Fireside Chat Between Presidents on Thursday, Oct. 18
John Fry, president of Drexel University, and DJ Paoni, president of SAP North America, will address the critical need for career development in a rapidly changing economy, and the leadership prowess required to accommodate those changes.

GOLD ALUMNI NETWORKS

These are our top five groups in the biggest metro areas around the U.S. These networks have the most events throughout the year and are the cities and regions where the highest populations of alumni live and are also where the most Drexel students come from.

BLUE ALUMNI NETWORKS

These newer networks are in some of America’s fasting growing cities and regions. The alumni populations are a bit smaller than those in the Gold Networks, but there are still lots of events, programs and opportunities for Dragons to get involved and stay connected in these great locations!

INTERNATIONAL ALUMNI NETWORKS

Drexel alumni are truly everywhere! Whether you’re living abroad or just passing through, these groups help you connect with your fellow Dragons in some of the world’s biggest cities.