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Get Connected with DragonLink
As you begin your time as a Drexel Dragon, your schedule will soon be filled with dynamic classes. But you need more to lead you to success: Your Drexel experience will focus on student involvement, and that goes beyond the basics. Here at Drexel, you can expect to boost your leadership skills by taking a key role in your favorite club, meet new friends at one of many lively events on campus, and find a supportive community that shares your passions. There's a place for every Drexel Dragon to get involved.
Our Dragons are active in over 300 clubs and organizations throughout campus, which means there's a community for every interest. And if your ideal club isn't represented, we'll give you the tools to begin it yourself! Make sure to check out the Involvement Fair, held each fall and spring quarter: There, you can find out how to get connected on campus and check out over 150 of our campus organizations. Learn more about all of the current student-run organizations, as well as their upcoming events by visiting DragonLink. Just log in using your Drexel credentials!
Whether you're attending group exercise classes in the rec center, showing off your Drexel pride as part of the DAC Pack, or bringing our Dragons to victory during a game, staying active is a big part of campus culture! Our men's and women's Division I teams are active in basketball, soccer, crew, lacrosse, swimming, squash, and more. If you're looking to join the action yourself, then you could opt for joining one of our many club sports, like ultimate or paintball; entering an intramural sport team, such as flag football or soccer; or enjoying a casual beach volleyball game at Buckley Green. For more information on everything athletics, check out Drexel Athletics and Recreation Athletics.
Inclusion Opportunities at Drexel
Drexel's supportive community is built on celebrating diversity, equality, fairness, and inclusion, where every member is given opportunities to share their unique perspective with others and feel a sense of belonging. While Dragons come from all over the globe, we are united as one. Through numerous initiatives, programs, and offerings, we are cultivating a more inclusive university dedicated to fostering, celebrating, and protecting our diverse community of students, faculty, and professional staff.
You're also invited to learn more about:
- Support for international students – Professional staff members in the Office of International Students and Scholars Services (ISSS) advise international students, scholars, and faculty on immigration, cultural, and personal concerns, while making appropriate referrals when necessary.
- Getting around campus – In addition to taking SEPTA's public transit, signing up for a bike share program, or getting a parking permit, Drexel provides transportation across campuses through the free Drexel bus shuttle service.
- Our many Greek life options – Fraternity and Sorority Life serves over 30 recognized Greek-letter organizations, three councils, thousands of alumni members, and a multitude of undergraduate members who compose the fraternity and sorority community at Drexel.
- Student centers around campus – These centers exist as community spaces for students and are well-staffed to provide services such as standard customer service, technical event support, and more.
- Support you'll find within our residential communities – While living on campus, you will exist in a diverse community, engage with peers in meaningful ways, gain a greater sense of who you are and what you love to do, and form a better connection to our vast campus.
- Resources available to commuters – To further develop a sense of community for our commuters here at Drexel, the Community Student Association (CSA) helps foster a sense of belonging among commuters as it advocates for the needs of the commuter population.
- Dining options all on-campus – The Drexel Campus Dining team is dedicated to providing healthy and both vegetarian- and vegan-friendly options and even has a registered dietitian to assist students with navigating the campus dining locations.