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With comprehensive health care and counseling services, a vibrant array of student organizations, and outstanding athletic programs at all levels, your well-being is front and center at Drexel University. We strive to ensure that every student can access the opportunities and supports that best meet their unique needs and preferences.


If you or a companion need immediate medical attention or are in crisis, please call 911, or visit an emergency room or an urgent care facility.

For additional information on psychological crisis, including local psychiatric crisis centers, sexual assault response, and more, view crisis resources for students.

Public Safety

Drexel and the Department of Public Safety works diligently to foster a safe environment for our community. Take advantage of the many resources that are available for students while on campus, throughout the neighborhood and in the city.

Public Safety


The Student Health Center, located at 3401 Market Street, is open Monday through Friday and provides students with a wide range of medical services, from vaccination to treatment for injury and illness, to women's health and physical exams.

To schedule a Student Health appointment, or for other health questions or concerns, call 215.220.4700 24 hours a day.

Student Health Center


The Counseling Center offers group and individual counseling for students, along with wellness workshops, online and in-person peer counseling, self-help resources, referrals, and more. Located at suite 201 in the Creese Student Center (3210 Chestnut Street), the Counseling Center is open Monday–Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; co-op students may be able to obtain evening appointments on request. Contact the Counseling Center at 215.895.1415 or email

Counseling Center


Drexel’s Disability Resources team works with individuals who have documented disabilities to provide any accommodations necessary for academic, employment, and other success while you are at Drexel.

For current students, the Drexel Autism Support Program (DASP) provides a person-centered experience with mentorship, orientation courses, workshops, planned social events, and more available to support you in your Drexel experience and beyond.

Drexel Autism Support Program overview

Equity and Inclusion

The Office for Institutional Equity and Inclusive Culture cultivates a culture of belonging by working in partnership with members of the University community to integrate diversity and inclusion throughout the organization, in our efforts to maintain a people-centered, welcoming, and accessible campus. Learn more about the resources and opportunities available to you.

Equity and Inclusion

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Engaging with others is a vital part of health and well-being. Maybe you want to mix with like-minded people or find community with those who share similar backgrounds. Perhaps you want to harmonize, advocate or build your career network. From gaming to creative arts to religious groups, you can find opportunities for leadership, support, activities and socialization with Drexel student organizations.


Drexel has a wide range of physical fitness and recreation options to help you stay healthy, active and balanced. Whether you want to take a yoga class, find a place to work out, get a fitness assessment, or play sports, take a look at what we have to offer.


Health insurance and immunization policies help us maintain a healthy Drexel community. Learn more:


Campus life can be both rewarding and challenging for people in drug and alcohol recovery. Drexel offers support including educational resources for students and parents about alcohol and drug use, and a residential collegiate recovery community.

Alcohol, Drug and Recovery Resources

Feed A Dragon

Through Feed a Dragon, it is our hope that all Drexel students can succeed without having to worry about food through resources such as the Student Meal Swipe Donation Program and an open food pantry — Mario's Market.

Feed A Dragon