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"The identify of that wonderful person is what I'm committed to supporting … because the entire you belongs at Drexel." – Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer Kimberly Gholston is moving the University forward by celebrating our students for who they are and ensuring that they have the support to thrive at Drexel. Learn more about our Center for Black Culture.
While the tuition cost for the 5-year and 4-year co-op programs are the same, the experience is not. Learn how you can leave Drexel with up to 18 months of full-time professional experience before you even graduate.
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Fans from across Philadelphia and beyond, experience electrifying Division I action as our champion men’s and women’s basketball teams face off against rivals from around the country right here on Market Street. Join us at the DAC and become a part of our Drexel basketball tradition. Because the excitement can't wait.
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The College of Nursing and Health Professions challenges students to rewrite the guidelines for care with innovative research, graduating confident and compassionate health care providers who stand out. Explore academic programs at Drexel and find your fit.
Drexel combines academic rigor with a transformative cooperative education program, preparing students to address the challenges of a changing world. Charles D. Close School of Entrepreneurship alumnus Evan Ehlers ‘19 founded Sharing Excess, a nonprofit startup that redistributes unused food to at-risk community members across the Philadelphia region.
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Philadelphia — the city we proudly call home — is a town full of energy, excitement, pizza, and opportunity that allows our students to explore the world. Discover a city of brotherly love and sisterly affection.
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