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College of Arts and Sciences

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Congratulations, Class of 2022!

Dear Class of 2022,

On behalf of the faculty, staff and alumni of the College of Arts and Sciences, I congratulate you on your graduation! It has been our great honor and privilege to teach, work with, and mentor you. We are thrilled for your achievement and proud of you.

After two years of virtual events, we are overjoyed that we can send you off in person this year. I look forward to celebrating you at the CoAS Commencement ceremony, scheduled for Wednesday, June 8, at 5 p.m. at the Mann Center for the Performing Arts.

You have worked hard and overcome much to reach this point. I hope you can take the time to savor this special accomplishment. Hope to see you June 8!


Kelly Joyce, PhD
Interim Dean
College of Arts and Sciences

Interim Dean Kelly Joyce

Hats Off to the Class of 2022!

Before you turn your tassel to the left, always remember that you, our new #ForeverDragons, are an essential part of the College’s future and we are immensely proud to be a continued part of your success. Congratulations to the Drexel College of Arts and Sciences Class of 2022!

Please join us in welcoming distinguished commencement speakers Jayatri Das, PhD, chief bioscientist at The Franklin Institute; and fellow 2022 graduate Jeannine A. Cook, MA, recipient of a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing from Drexel University.

Don’t Miss the University-wide Commencement on June 9!

We look forward to celebrating our graduates at Citizens Bank Park on Thursday, June 9. The University-wide Commencement ceremony will feature American educator, author, civil rights advocate, and mathematician Freeman A. Hrabowski III as our keynote speaker. Following his remarks, our Forever Dragons will turn their tassels to the left and the exciting evening will conclude with a fireworks display!