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Student Life - Center City

The Office of Student Life on the Center City Campus is an extension of the Drexel Student Life at University City Campus. The office, located in the New College Building (NCB), serves students in areas including: student governance and organizations, campus programs & communications, volunteer opportunities and leadership and professional development.

Student Life-Center City provides access to computers, Peer Advocate Leaders, space and a one-stop shop for campus life opportunities and information.


  • Orientation for Nursing and Health Professions and Public Health students
  • Welcome Week  
  • Family Weekend
  • Volunteer Fair & Activities Fair
  • Workshops


  • Hub for general information, event coordination and advocacy for students
  • Advisement for student-centered activities, leadership & organizations 
  • Orientation and transition programs for students
  • Locker rentals
  • Peer Advocate Leaders – peers who advise students and groups with co-curricular programs


  • Computers for general use
  • Tickets sales and promotion codes for discounts at local venues and movie theatres
  • Faxing  
  • Spaces -Student lounges on the first and third floors of New College Building

The Office of Student Life on the Center City Campus provides students an enriched collegiate experience through meaningful opportunities to learn and develop leadership, interpersonal, programming, and organizational skills so that they may connect and contribute to the University community. In addition, the Office of Student Life-Center City strives to provide the same engagement opportunities on the Center City Campus afforded to those students on the University City Campus.

Hours and Location

Monday to Friday, 8am to 5pm

Center City Campus
New College Building, Suite 1106
245 North 15th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19102

Getting to Campus

Dragon Route (Center City Loop)

Drexel shuttle schedules to campus can be found on University Facilities website

33rd & Market Streets at Nesbitt Hall to 15th & Race Streets at Center City Campus


Access to the 15 Street Station to Market-Frankford Line, Broad Street Line, and Trolley Lines