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Learn more about the culture of diversity and inclusion at Drexel from the Office for Institutional Equity and Inclusive Culture. 
Inclusive Communities
Discover the many inclusive communities that students call home here at Drexel. 
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Find out how Drexel's Disability Resources empowers individuals with documented disabilities.
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Explore the resources provided through this student-centered program for current neurodivergent Drexel students. 

William S. Pittman Graduation Ceremony

In honor of Drexel's first African American graduate, we celebrate the achievements and accomplishments of Drexel's graduating students of the African diaspora annually at our William Sidney Pittman Graduation Ceremony.
Fostering Student Success: Drexel’s Liberty Scholars Program
Hear from Drexel’s Director of Diversity Initiatives & Community Relations Bernetta McCall-Millonde and discover what makes the Liberty Scholars Program so impactful for the recent high school graduates admitted to the program each year. As part of the University’s commitment to social justice and college access for all, the Liberty Scholars Program enrolls 65 students from across the nation with demonstrated financial need who are also historically underrepresented or first-generation college students.
Drexel's Virtual Tour on Adora
Take our Adora Coalition for College tour focused on access, affordability, and student success, and learn more about the history of inclusion here at Drexel. 
Liberty Scholars Program
Since 2010, the Liberty Scholars program has been breaking down the barriers to higher education for more than 500 financially disadvantaged high school graduates.
Because advocacy can't wait.

Thomas R. Kline School of Law Professor Wendy Greene has co-crafted C.R.O.W.N. Acts and other legal reforms to fight grooming discrimination. The daughter of American civil rights activists, Wendy is a trailblazing law scholar, teacher, and advocate who has devoted her professional life’s work to advancing, racial, color, and gender equality in workplaces and beyond. Her “Free The Hair” campaign has attracted global awareness of this important conversation. Wendy’s work will forge a new path for generations to come.