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Who We Are

Drexel University's Dornsife School is a diverse community in many ways and our School is committed to ensuring that our School is a welcoming community to all who join us!

Who Are Our Incoming and Continuing Students?

This table reflects data from the undergraduate and graduate students for academic year 2022-2023 at the Dornsife School of Public Health.

Percent (out of 567 total)
American Indian or Alaska Native 1.4%
Asian 27.2%
Black or African American 22.8%
Hispanic 1.2%
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander 0%
Unknown 3.4%
White 44.1%

Our student population is geographically diverse. We have students from over 35 states and international students from countries across the globe, including Afghanistan, Armenia, Brazil, Canada, China, Ethiopia, Ghana, Guatemala, India, Jamaica, Kenya, Lebanon, Mexico, Nepal, Nigeria, Pakistan, Peru, South Korea, Vietnam, and Zambia.

Racial Demographics of Dornsife Faculty and Staff

In 2018 the Dornsife School of Public Health administered a survey to get a snapshot of, among other things, who we are as a school community. The following is what we discovered.

Faculty (64) Staff (56)
Asian/Asian American 5% 5%
Black/African American 14% 29%
Hispanic/Latino/Latina/Latinx 6% 4%
Native American/American Indian - -
White 67% 55%
Multi-ethnic/multi-racial 5% 5%
Choose not to disclose 3% 2%

Gender Demographics of Dornsife Faculty and Staff

Faculty (63) Staff (56)
Male 35% 11%
Female 63% 86%
Transgender Male - -
Transgender Female - -
Genderqueer/Gender Non-Conforming 2% 2%
Choose not to disclose - 2%

Note that the first chart is from 2022 enrollment data, and the second and third charts are from a 2018 survey.