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Welcome Admitted Students

Congratulations on your acceptance to Drexel University!

In the College of Arts and Sciences, you'll find a community of inspired students and renowned faculty who are impacting the world now. But don't just take our word for it. Meet some of our students, explore what life on campus is like, visit a class and learn more about the exciting community you'll join at Drexel!

We are proud to welcome you as a Drexel Dragon, and can't wait to see the amazing things you will accomplish here.

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Request A Class Visit

We encourage admitted students to visit an in-person class. Come meet College of Arts and Sciences students, engage in course discussions and learn firsthand about our time-honored liberal arts education. Our faculty are eager to connect with you and to answer any academic questions you may have about the Drexel experience. Please be sure to submit your request 10 days prior to your desired visit date. All visitors must comply with the Visiting Drexel policy outlined in the University’s Response to Coronavirus website.

We look forward to meeting you!

Meet Our Students

Drexel’s College of Arts and Sciences embraces a fast-paced, practical model of education. With 10-week courses and an emphasis on experiential learning, research across disciplines and global connectivity — you won’t have to wait four years to make an impact. Make the most of your Drexel experience with opportunities to expand your knowledge, enhance your skills and position yourself for greater career potential.

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President Joe Biden with Lakshmi Parvathinathan

Biological Sciences Major Lakshmi Parvathinathan Dreams of a More Inclusive Future

Lakshmi Parvathinathan has dedicated herself to fight for Documented Dreamers—students who have grown up in the United States as child dependents of long-term visa holders but who will age out of their dependent status and face deportation on their 21st birthdays.

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A copy of the book A Legacy to Share held up on Drexel's campus

Student Interns in Drexel Publishing Group Produce Book Honoring Black Alumni Experience

During Homecoming Weekend, the Drexel Black Alumni Council (DUBAC) launched a special collection of essays. Titled A Legacy to Share, the new book honors over 50 years of history since the first wave of Black students arrived on Drexel's campus in the late 1960s. Student interns in the Drexel Publishing Group were responsible for copy editing, proofreading and applying styles for formatting the book.

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Headshot of Carlie Relyea

Biological Sciences Major Carlie Relyea Contributes to Vaccine Trials Through Co-op

During her co-op, Carlie Relyea assisted with the Pfizer pediatric and adolescent vaccination trial at the Pediatric Clinical Research Center in Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital. The experience helped clarify her dream of being a pediatric doctor.

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Jamie Clifford

A Passion for Research: Meet History and Art History Major Jamie Clifford

From the small class sizes and personal attention from professors to the research opportunities, co-op and flexibility in course selection, studying history at Drexel has been a great experience for Jamie Clifford. Learn how these experiences have prepared Clifford for a future in graduate school and museum curation.

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Chris Bolden-Newsome and Lessons of Da Land participants gather in the picnic area and read passages from The Cooking Gene by Michael Twitty

Resilience & Joy: Lessons of Da Land

Led by environmental science major Alexis Wiley, a twelve-week cocurricular program introduced Drexel students and community members to food sovereignty and land justice issues in Black Philadelphia. The course worked with community partners and explored a wide variety of sources to deliver Lessons of Da Land.

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The Student Advisory Board

The College of Arts and Sciences Student Advisory Board (SAB) is a community of motivated undergraduate students who serve as liaisons between the student body and the College administration. Representing all majors in the College of Arts and Sciences, SAB members share their Drexel experiences with prospective students, assist with marketing and communication efforts, advocate for student interests and provide valuable feedback on College initiatives.

Meet your board members

Drexel Bucket List

What does it take to become a #ForeverDragon? Beyond the classes, co-ops and research, there are a few things that are quintessentially Drexel. Ready to experience all that Drexel has to offer? Find out how many of these experiences you can check off your list before you graduate!

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