The Drexel Student Centers' mission is to enhance Drexel University and its academic objectives by offering programs, services, and activities that meet the dynamic needs of our students, faculty, professional staff, alumni, and the entire Drexel community.
Drexel Student Centers encourage student involvement and development opportunities through employment and mentoring that promote learning beyond the classroom. It is in these facilities, programs, and retail spaces that we create an environment supportive of academic life and social interaction.
Drexel Student Centers
Drexel Student Centers include Rush Building, the Creese Student Center, Ross Commons, the Perelman Center for Jewish Life, the James E. Marks Intercultural Center, and the Korman Center. These centers exist as community spaces for students, faculty, staff, and guests to utilize. Drexel Student Centers are well-staffed to provide services such as standard customer service to technical event support to building management and security maintenance.
To learn more about Drexel Student Centers, call the Creese Information Desk at 215.895.2515 or Rush Building at 215.895.1000. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Creese Student Center
The Creese Student Center houses the Student Centers' Information Desk, as well as administrative and academic offices, lounges, meeting rooms, retail dining locations, a fully-equipped theater, and more for students to utilize. The center is also home to administrative and academic offices, as well as student organizations.
Ross Commons is a unique facility that offers dining on the first floor (with Sabrina's Cafe) and student areas including lounges, game rooms, and study areas on the second and third floors.
Rush Building (Rush)
Rush is the center of it all! The Center for Black Culture, Student Center for Diversity and Inclusion (SCDI), the Student Organization Resource Center (SORC), Student Conduct, Event Services, and both Student Life staff and organizations can all be found in Rush. Mario's Market, Drexel's food pantry, is located on the second floor.
James E. Marks Intercultural Center (JEMIC)
The James E. Marks Intercultural Center (JEMIC) is home to many of the spiritual and religious life groups. Among other spaces, the Muslim prayer rooms and interfaith chapel provide areas for many to practice their religious traditions. The Office of Equality and Diversity is also housed in the JEMIC.
Perelman Center for Jewish Life
Open to all members of the Drexel Community, the Perelman Center for Jewish Life has meeting rooms, a kosher cafe, and outdoor spaces for studying or group meetings.
Korman Center provides individual and small group study spaces, as well as a reservable multipurpose room for other meetings and events.