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Alumni & Friends

Drexel alums pose with the College's magazine cover model Gene Muller

Although Drexel's campus today may not look like the "Drexel" many alums remember — with its numerous new and LEED-certified buildings, new departments, and even a merger with America's oldest natural history museum — we are still the same, forward-thinking University we always have been. We are just evolving with the world around us, as we have done since AJ Drexel first founded the University in 1891.

The College of Arts and Sciences provides the knowledge and foundation that allows our students to make an impact on the world. As always, our students are not waiting to make this impact: they're leaving their mark in industries across the globe through the Drexel co-op program, which continues to provide students with hands-on career experience; and locally in Philadelphia through our community-based-learning courses, which enrich the classroom experience with the same hands-on approach. But in order to not only keep up with the changing world, but also to lead those changes, the College needs to continue providing varied and expanded opportunities for our students and faculty. To do this, we need your support: to serve as mentors, to advise us on what your sector needs in its future leaders, to provide co-op opportunities, and to financially support students who have limited resources.

Over the last 25 years, the College of Arts and Sciences has embraced the traditional Drexel values of science, art and industry. We invite you to be active participants in our journey as we continue to evolve with the world over the next 25 years.

Stay Connected

Stay up to date with the latest College news and events through our alumni newsletter and annual magazine, Ask. To be added to the mailing list for either publication, please email with your contact information.

We also encourage you to volunteer your time and expertise as a mentor for our students or programs. Want to learn more? Please contact Cricket Brosius.

Cricket P. Brosius
Associate Vice President, Liberal Arts
Drexel University Main Building, Room 310
3141 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104