Parents and Families
We Are All Dragons
Welcome parents and families, and congratulations on your student’s admission to Drexel University!
This moment would not be possible without you and all you have done to bring them to this point. Their years of hard work and dedication have resulted in a truly great reward: Your child is ready to make an impact in the world and we’re ready to prepare them. It’s time for you to celebrate your Dragon’s achievements as part of our Drexel family.
We encourage you to utilize our resources for parents and families as we work together to ensure that your student feels supported at Drexel from day one through graduation. We’re incredibly excited for you to join our community and hope that you utilize these resources and play an active role in your student’s time at Drexel. Welcome to the family.
The Value of Drexel
An important way to measure the value of a Drexel degree is by the success of our graduates. Drexel grads earn $62,710 in average full-time annual salary one year after graduation.
Graduates working or enrolled in graduate or professional education
Graduates whose full-time work relates to their field of study
Satisfied graduates working full-time
*Data from alumni one-year-out survey, 2019.
Drexel’s cooperative education program allows our Dragons to gain the professional experience they need to succeed within their chosen fields after graduation. Through Drexel Co-op, students can gain up to three six-month, full-time professional work experiences. Even better, they can earn a salary while doing so, as over 80% of positions are paid and carry a gross median six-month salary of over $18,000.
While on co-op, you'll have the opportunity to develop relationships with individuals and organizations across our constantly growing community of employers and partners, allowing you to build a robust professional network of your own. Through co-op, you'll graduate not only with the skills you need to succeed, but with the connections that will help you build a career path.
Drexel undergraduate students enrolled in the co-op program.
Co-op students that found their experience relevant to their career objectives.
Co-op employers who say they would consider rehiring their co-op student for a future co-op or full-time position.
*Data from academic year 2018-2019 co-op data
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