inclusive communities

Inclusive Communities

Drexel students come from various backgrounds and places around the world, and it is the shared vision of our many inclusive communities that every student feels welcome and supported during their entire time here. After all, as a Drexel Dragon, you are empowered to take hold of your journey, uncover a path to success that works for you, and learn from the rest of the Dragon community by connecting through understanding.

Get Connected with DragonLink

DragonLink helps you stay in the know and connect with student organizations, attend upcoming events, and even track your student life involvement.

Center for Black Culture

The Center for Black Culture (CBC) at Drexel serves as a hub of information, activity, and community for Black students, faculty, staff, and alumni. All programs and services offered through the CBC are open to any Drexel Dragon who wants to gain a greater understanding of the Black experience and support a wholly inclusive campus environment.

Student Center for Diversity and Inclusion

Within Drexel's diverse community, the Student Center for Diversity and Inclusion (SCDI) facilitates dedicated spaces and resources for specific populations to help make sure that every Dragon feels that their whole identity is included and respected during their time here at Drexel.

Center for Inclusive Education and Scholarship

The Center for Inclusive Education and Scholarship (CIES) provides support for programs which serve traditionally underrepresented and underserved populations. The Center also works to foster an inclusive community of scholars empowered to impact change through supporting the academic experience of Drexel students, from pre-college access programs to graduation and beyond.

Center for Military and Veteran Services

As a Yellow Ribbon School, the Center for Military and Veteran Services (CMVS) is an important hub for ensuring that all of Drexel's active duty and veteran students have access to high-quality campus services and programs.

Finding Your New Home: Transferring to Drexel
Drexel is committed to ensuring that all incoming transfer students experience the transfer process as seamlessly as possible, and enter a community that already feels like home.

Support for All

Through Feed a Dragon, it is our hope that all Drexel students can succeed without having to worry about food through resources such as the Student Meal Swipe Donation Program and an open food pantry — Mario's Market. And the Office of Equality and Diversity (OED) is committed to promoting, supporting, and providing resources to sustain a University environment committed to diversity, equality, fairness, inclusion, and respect — where all members of the Drexel community are valued.