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30th Street Station

2955 Market Street

30th Street Station

Located just a few blocks from campus, 30th Street Station is Philadelphia's largest transportation hub and one of the busiest in the nation. Serviced by more than 100 daily SEPTA, Amtrak, and New Jersey Transit trains, along with numerous Megabus and BoltBus lines, the station puts Philadelphia easily within reach of destinations up and down the East Coast and throughout the West. The station also serves as a major connection point for inner-city travel via SEPTA buses and the Market-Frankford Subway Line.

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3D Printing Lab

3501 Market Street

3D Printing Lab

Drexel has multiple 3D printing labs. From engineering to product design, Drexel professors incorporate the use of 3D printers as a part of the curriculum. The uses of a 3D printer are limitless. Thus far, Drexel’s 3D printers have been used to produce models of cancer cells, bones of the dinosaur Dreadnoughtus schrani, brand-new inventions created by Drexel students, and more.

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The Academic Bistro

101 North 33rd Street

Academic Bistro

The Academic Bistro is a hot spot of creativity. It’s where student chefs learn from faculty and top chefs in the industry to come up with original recipes. You can also stop by for a hand-crafted lunch during the fall, winter, and spring.

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Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University

1900 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy

Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University

Since its opening in 1812, the Academy of Natural Sciences has been famous for its exhibits of fearsome dinosaurs, live butterflies, and historic dioramas. Recognized as the oldest natural sciences institution in the Western Hemisphere, the Academy is a leader in research and education, presenting world-class exhibitions and interactive events. It also offers free admission to Drexel students, along with reduced rates for special exhibits, and is considered a favorite among local co-op opportunities.

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Bachelors Barge Club

1 Boathouse Row

Bachelors Barge

The home of Drexel’s prestigious crew team, Bachelors Barge Club is the oldest continuously operating boathouse in the country. Located at #6 Boathouse Row, it is one of the 15 boathouses affixed with LED lights that create the iconic nighttime view along the east bank of the Schuylkill River.

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Baiada Institute

3218 Market Street

Biada Institute

The Baiada Institute is the cradle of entrepreneurship at Drexel. Students from any academic discipline get their own space, mentoring, and resources in this incubator to start their first or next big thing. Entrepreneurship students automatically receive a space here while on co-op.

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Behavioral Lab

3220 Market Street

Behavioral Lab

The Behavioral Lab, located on the lower level of Gerri C. LeBow Hall, is a research facility for business-related topics. The Lab allows for test-subject privacy when conducting studies, along with flexibility to easily customize the space and settings according to the researcher’s needs.

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Ben Franklin Parkway

Benjamin Franklin Parkway

Ben Franklin Parkway

The Ben Franklin Parkway stretches from City Hall to the Philadelphia Museum of Art. The Parkway is lined with an incredible array of museums and collections containing world-class artifacts and exhibits, including the Franklin Institute Science Museum, the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, the Rodin Museum, and the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University.

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Bloomberg Terminal Room

3220 Market Street

Bloomberg Terminal Room

Our Trading Lab has 42 computers that have cutting-edge, industry-standard software. Students have access to financial news and research technology they’ll encounter after graduation. This is also home to the Dragon Fund, a student-managed equity portfolio of over $1 million.

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Boathouse Row

Boathouse Row

Boathouse Row

Boathouse Row, which consists of 15 historic 19th-century Victorian boathouses lined along the Schuylkill River, serves as the heart of rowing for the Philadelphia community. Outlined in lights that dance across the water, this stretch of buildings has been designated as a National Historic Landmark and is listed in the United State’s National Register of Historic Places, ensuring it will be preserved and enjoyed by generations to come.

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Broad Street

480 S Broad Street

Broad Street

Broad Street is regarded as the artistic and cultural center of Philadelphia. Here you’ll find Philly’s premier locations for music and stage performance, including the renowned Kimmel Center, which houses Verizon Hall, the Perelman Center, the Innovation Studio, and the Merck Arts Education Center. It is also the main route for city’s world-famous New Year’s Day Parade, as well as the un-official celebration point for the city’s professional sports teams.

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Buckley Green

North 33rd Street

Buckley Green

With its fully lit sand volleyball courts, BBQ grills, picnic tables, and open-grass areas, Buckley Green is a popular student meet-up and hangout spot. Just across the street is Buckley Recreational Field, which is outfitted with a Sprinturf synthetic grass surface, allowing for a wide variety of athletic fun.

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Center for Interdisciplinary Clinical Simulation and Practice (CICSP)

1601 Cherry Street

Center for Interdisciplinary Clinical Simulation and Practice (CICSP)

Our courses aim to give a comprehensive experience, preparing students for the kind of work they may encounter after their time at Drexel. Many degrees require experience in a clinical setting. That’s where the Center for Interdisciplinary Clinical Simulation and Practice (CICSP) comes in. At CICSP, students can experience real-world scenarios through simulation labs, which utilize computerized mannequins to assist students. It’s the closest thing to being in the field, and students can experience it all before graduation.

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Chestnut Square

3200 Chestnut Street

Chestnut Square

Chestnut Square is a living space complete with multiple food options. You’ll find Shake Shack for burgers, hot dogs, and fries; Joe for coffee and pastries; coZara for Japanese and Chinese cuisine; Yogorino for organic frozen yogurt; and Zavino for artisan pizza, salads, and gluten-free meals!

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Counseling Classrooms

1601 Cherry Street

Counseling Classrooms

The College of Nursing and Health Professions trains students to care for both the physical and mental health of their patients, and its programs, including those in Creative Arts Therapy, Behavioral Health Counseling, and Couple and Family Therapy, utilize special rooms like these to practice the skills they need to care for our world. These facilities help our students develop an excellent foundation on which to build their future careers.

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Dilworth Park

1 South 15th Street

Dliworth Park

Dilworth Park, which sits at the foot of City Hall, serves as a public meeting plaza, event space, and transportation hub. Known for its unique water fountain, which shoots dancing streams of water into the air, the park also hosts the city’s most picturesque ice-skating rink in the winter months.

The park also features a grand, glass-enclosed entrance to the intersecting Broad Street and Market-Frankford transit lines that lie below, making it an energetic and bustling location at all times of the day.

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Dragon Statue

33rd and Market Streets

Dragon Statue

Mario the Magnificent is Drexel’s official mascot. The Mario statue is a point of pride for the Drexel community and an iconic spot for a photo opportunity. It’s located at the corner of 33rd Street and Market Street.

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Drexel Park

3100 Powelton Avenue

Drexel Park

Drexel Park is a 2.5-acre open green space that serves as a recreational park for the Drexel and Powelton Village communities. A prime spot for large outdoor activities, it’s also a great place to relax, unwind, and meet up with friends.

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Drexel Tennis

34th Street and Lancaster Avenue

Drexel Tennis Courts

Drexel’s two outdoor tennis courts are open-use for students and feature full lighting, allowing play throughout the evening. In between sets, you can check out one of the grandest views of Philly’s iconic skyline our campus has to offer.

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Drexel Volleyball Courts

North 33rd Street

Drexel Volleyball Courts

Volleyball courts in the middle of the city? You heard us right. Beach volleyball awaits within close distance to the residence halls and classrooms so you can have a quick game with friends between classes.

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ExCITe Center

3401 Market Street

ExCITe Center

The Expressive and Creative Interaction Technologies (ExCITe) Center believes that everyone has the potential to be creative and be an innovator. The Center unites design, technology, and entrepreneurship in many forms, but especially in the App Lab. Students learn the power of smartphone applications with the ability to create, design, and test them in a multidisciplinary environment.

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Gait Lab

1601 Cherry Street

Gait Lab

The Gait Lab, which is part of the College of Nursing and Health Professions, houses technology used for medicinal purposes. For instance, the motion-camera system allows study of athletes for tracking and treating overuse running injuries.

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Buckley Green

North 33rd Street

Buckley Green

While some might think our urban location is just skyscrapers and paved sidewalks, Drexel's University City location provides a range of outdoor experiences. Our students enjoy time on The Quad and Lancaster Ave, and if they're up for some team sports, they can join Drexel intramural, recreational, and club teams. Buckley Green is Drexel's outdoor volleyball court. Just across the street is the Buckley Recreational Field, outfitted with a Sprinturf synthetic grass surface.

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Daskalakis Athletic Center (DAC)

3301 Market Street

Daskalakis Athletic Center (DAC)

Drexel students have a lot to choose from when it comes to being active. We have 18 Division I teams, from basketball to crew to field hockey. Students can also take part in club and intramural sports, a great way to meet other Drexel Dragons and have some fun. The Daskalakis Athletic Center, also known as the DAC, is the home of Drexel Athletics. Here, students can take a swim, play some squash, scale an indoor rock-climbing wall, and more.

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Drexel Residence Halls

Drexel Residence Halls

Your on-campus housing is where you'll be spending a fair amount of time. Whether you're studying, hanging out with friends, or getting a good night's sleep, you want it to be as comfortable as home, if not more. Drexel offers a range of options, from multi-person suites to double rooms to College Learning Communities. No matter what you're looking for, you'll find it here. Kelly Hall, Meyers Hall, and Millennium Hall are just three of our residence halls on the University City Campus. They're just a short walk away from classes, restaurants, and the DAC.

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Main Building

3141 Chestnut Street

Main Building

Founded in 1891, Drexel University was built on the cornerstone that a university needs to meet the needs of a rapidly growing society, preparing students for careers in every industry. Today Drexel is a world-renowned research university with three campuses in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and over 26,000 students. The Main Building was the original location of Drexel University and still serves as a place for classes and administrative offices.

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Mandell Theater

3201 Chestnut Street

Mandell Theater

With over 300 student clubs and organizations, Drexel Dragons are always having fun. If you can't find a club that's right for you, we always encourage students to create their own — because you'll definitely find other students who love your favorite activity just as much as you do. The Mandell Theater is the primary performance venue for our performing arts programs as well as Drexel events and special events from outside organizations.

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Mario the Dragon

33rd and Market Streets

Mario the Dragon

Drexel University has been in the great city of Philadelphia for over 120 years. Founded by Anthony J. Drexel, the University has rapidly evolved into the institution that it is today. Drexel is focused on innovative research, committed to the community and a leader in higher education in the U.S. and the world. Mario the Magnificent is Drexel's official mascot. The Mario statue is an iconic spot for a photo op.

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Papadakis Integrated Sciences Building

33rd and Chestnut Streets

Papadakis Integrated Sciences Building

At Drexel, we encourage our students to pursue multidisciplinary research opportunities, working hands-on in and outside of the classroom. Thanks to the passion and ingenuity of our students and staff, we've made groundbreaking discoveries to the creation of new ideas, products, and services in sectors such as public policy, energy, health care, education, and information technology. The Papadakis Integrated Sciences Building's biowall, the largest biofilter in North America, is not only beautiful, but also purifies the indoor air.

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Steinbright Career Development Center

3201 Arch Street

Steinbright Career Development Center

During your time at Drexel, you'll see that our educational model is centered around your post-graduation plans. And the Steinbright Career Development Center, our world-class cooperative education and career development resource, will be here to help you every step of the way with preparatory classes, skill-focused workshops, and a dedicated team available for one-on-one and counseling sessions. Steinbright also facilitates our renowned co-op program, where you can gain real-world professional experience.

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Urban Eatery

34th Street and Lancaster Avenue

Urban Eatery

Philadelphia is known for its exceptional restaurants, which are diverse in cuisine and rich in history. Drexel's campus is not without its own variety of restaurants and dining halls. From sushi to burgers to vegetarian specialties, you're sure find something you've been craving and/or maybe even find a new favorite food. The Urban Eatery is a new landmark on campus, offering Mediterranean food, sandwiches, coffee, and more.

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URBN Center

3501 Market Street

URBN Center

Drexel University has a diverse number of programs — over 80 undergraduate majors and as many minors, 100 graduate programs, and over 40 doctoral programs. Our degrees prepare students for their future careers, providing hands-on learning opportunities as well as a history of the industries and their impact on the world. The URBN Center is just one of our academic buildings. This 140,000-square-foot facility houses a state-of-the-art motion capture studio, music recording studios, a video game design lab, and more.

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Greek Row

Greek Row

Greek Row is an entire street of most of the sorority and fraternity houses on campus. Greek Row is also home to many popular brother and sister campus events throughout the year.

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Handschumacher Dining Center

3201 Chestnut Street

Handschumacher Dining Center

The Handschumacher Dining Center, also known as the “Hans,” is home to various kinds of cuisine including a Philly favorite, the make-your-own cheesesteak bar. Asian, American, and Italian dishes are also served up, as well as fresh fruit and salads. Low-calorie and gluten-free options are also on the menu.

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Health Administration Training

1601 Cherry Street

Health Administration Training

The Health Administration Department offers programs for students seeking employment in administrative or managerial positions in the ever-expanding health care sector. Graduates from these programs go on to work in hospitals, clinics, managed-care companies, health-insurance companies, law, and health-marketing firms. With space to meet, present, and discuss the administrative challenges facing the healthcare industry, they’re well-prepared for whatever challenges they may face.

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iCommons

30 North 33rd Street

iCommons

While in college, everyone needs a place to study and collaborate. Among other study and lab areas, College of Computing and Informatics (CCI) students and staff use the iCommons. The iCommons is located in the Rush Building and has computing equipment, information systems software, audio-visual presentation equipment, and select bibliographic resources. In addition to the state-of-the-art lab, the iCommons also has a collaboration space that’s made for group projects.

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Libraries

33rd and Market Streets

Library

Since Drexel’s founding in 1891, we’ve had a library; in our first year, the library had nearly 8,000 volumes. Over the decades, a lot has changed. In addition to a different location, our collection of resources has grown immensely. Today Drexel has multiple libraries — four physical locations and a dynamic online presence. Students have access to over two million items and the assistance of 61 full-time employees.

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LOVE Park

1599 John F. Kennedy Boulevard

Love Park

LOVE Park, officially known as John F. Kennedy Plaza, receives its unofficial moniker from the iconic LOVE statue, which was first erected in 1976. The statue has become one of Philly’s most iconic picture-taking spots and is a “can’t miss” attraction for visitors to the city.

The park’s circular layout of granite stair sets and benches have made it a legendary location within the skateboarding community (fueled by the fact that skateboarding at the site is highly illegal), prompting Philadelphia to be chosen as the host city for multiple Summer X Games.

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Midtown Village

Midtown Village

Midtown Village is a forward-thinking neighborhood that has developed a unique, city-village feel. Filled with independently owned and operated businesses, Midtown boasts fascinating architecture, restaurants and eateries, antique shops, and art galleries of all styles.

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Millennium Hall

223 North 34th Street

Millenium Hall

Millennium Hall is as impressive on the inside as it is on the outside. This is Drexel’s tallest building; its 17th floor has beautiful views of Philadelphia’s skyline. All rooms are double-occupancy, but the unique design of the rooms allows for private bathrooms. When you’re not studying, the first floor of the hall has a television and gaming equipment.

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North Hall

3200 Race Street

North Hall

North Hall has four- and six-person suites. Each wing has a full kitchen, while each suite has a kitchenette. Students can take advantage of another sweeping view of Philadelphia in the sixth-floor study lounge/classroom. There are study areas on the first floor with dry erase boards and a game room with table games for all residents.

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Northside Dining Terrace

34th and Race Streets

Northside Dining Terrace

In the heart of Drexel’s residential area is the Northside Dining Terrace. There you’ll find Currito for traditional and non-traditional burritos and bowls, as well as Chick-fil-A Express, Subway, and Southern Tsunami Sushi.

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Nutrition Labs

1601 Cherry Street

Nutrition Labs

Drexel's Center for Nutrition & Performance provides students a hands-on learning experience through classroom experience and the development and implementation of nutrition education programs for members of the Drexel community. Students are able to see how diet and exercise affect the human body through tests they perform right here at our Center City Campus.

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Old City

Old City

Old City is a unique pairing of The Old and The New, presenting a combination of art galleries, boutiques, theatres, restaurants, and historical attractions. The majority of Philadelphia’s colonial landmarks can be found here, including Independence Park, the National Constitution Center, the Liberty Bell, and the Betsy Ross House.

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Paine’s Park

North 24th Street

Paine's Park

Opened in 2013, Paines Park is a skateboarder’s dream, built in direct partnership between local business leaders and stalwarts of the Philly skating community. Designed to replicate the distinctive features of the city’s non-skating public parks and squares, the park provides over 30,000 square feet of skate-friendly benches, rails, and pipes. It also hosts a variety of outdoor events, including live music performances, film screenings, and skill demonstrations.

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Papadakis Integrated Sciences Building Teaching Lab

33rd and Chestnut Streets

Papadakis Integrated Sciences Building Teaching Lab

When you walk through our hallways, each classroom looks a little bit different. For those taking science courses, the Papadakis Integrated Sciences Building is home. From lecture halls to teaching labs, students work on their own research and alongside professors.

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Physician's Assistant Classrooms

245 N 15th Street

Physicians Assistant Classroom

The College of Nursing and Health Professions provides students with opportunities that go well beyond even an undergraduate degree. Our Physician's Assistant program, where students have a chance to go in depth with medicine, practice patient interaction, and prepare themselves for an exciting career, is one great example of the prestigious graduate-level programs we offer.

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Product Design Program

3501 Market Street

Product Design Program

Our product design students constantly create and improve new and existing products in the URBN Center. Glasses that make you happier and a respiratory inhaler seamlessly synced to a smartphone app are just a few of the latest student innovations.

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Race Street Residences

3300 Race Street

Race Street Residences

Race Street Hall is just one of our residence halls. Race Street Hall offers 4-person suites, 9 on each floor. Each suite has two showers and a private bathroom and a kitchen area with fridge, sink, and cabinets. The suite’s lounge is a great place to get some homework done and hang out with friends. If you’re looking for a residence hall that allows you to have more than one roommate, this is a great option for you.

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Race Street Walk

Race Street Walk

Race Street Walk is located in the center of some of our residence halls, including Race Street Residences, Myers Hall, and Kelly Hall. In the heart of this student residential district is the Library Learning Terrace. When you want to get away from your room and have the ability to study alone or in groups, the Terrace is a great option for you. The Terrace has a projector and private hub station for tutoring or coaching, whiteboards, and adjustable seating areas.

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Rittenhouse Square

18th and Walnut Streets

Rittenhouse Square

Thought of as the city’s most prestigious and desired real estate, the Rittenhouse Square area centers around a gorgeous open-space park at 18th and Walnut streets. Its park benches, flowing fountain, greenery, and classic architecture make the park one of downtown’s most popular meet-up and people-watching destinations. Rittenhouse is also seen as the heart of the city’s business district, with over 300,000 people employed in the area.

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Ross Commons

229 North 34th Street,

Ross Commons

Ross Commons mixes classic style with modern convenience. It features two family-owned restaurants, Sabrina’s Café and Spencer ETA Burger. Both offer delectable fresh food choices.

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Saxby's

65 North 34th Street

Saxbys

Saxby's is a local favorite, known for its quiet atmosphere for coffee-sipping and enjoying pastries. Just a short distance away from the Recreation Center, finish your exercise routine with some caffeine. Drexel students even have the option to do co-op at Saxby's.

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The DAC

3301 Market Street

The DAC

The Daskalakis Athletic Center, also known as the DAC, is named after beneficiary and Drexel alumnus John A. Daskalakis. It is a multipurpose recreation facility for students with swimming pools, basketball courts, a rock-climbing wall, and more, while serving as home to many of Drexel’s indoor varsity sports teams.

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Three Parkway

1601 Cherry Street

Three Parkway

Three Parkway is a key part of Drexel's Center City Campus. Home to a variety of the College of Nursing and Health Profession’s programs, including physical therapy, nutrition, and others, it provides our students with state-of-the-art facilities where they can learn and hone their craft.

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Urban Eatery

34th Street and Lancaster Avenue

Urban Eatery

The Urban Eatery is a new landmark on campus, offering Mediterranean food, sandwiches, coffee, and more. It's also got more convenient hours than most places on campus — 7 a.m. to 1 a.m. on weekdays.

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Vidas Athletic Complex

4300 Powelton Avenue

Vidas Athletic Complex

Located on the northeast end of campus, the Vidas Athletic Complex is the home of Drexel’s outdoor varsity athletics. It features a Sprinturf-surfaced soccer and lacrosse field, an Astroturf-surfaced field hockey venue, a natural grass multipurpose field, nine tennis courts, and a softball field.

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WKDU: Drexel’s Radio Station

WKDU: Drexel’s Radio Station

WKDU is Drexel’s student-owned and -run radio station. It’s the only free-format non-commercial FM station in Philadelphia and can be found by tuning your radio to 91.7FM.

1. 30th Street Station

30th Street Station
30th Street Station

Located just a few blocks from campus, 30th Street Station is Philadelphia's largest transportation hub and one of the busiest in the nation. Serviced by more than 100 daily SEPTA, Amtrak, and New Jersey Transit trains, along with numerous Megabus and BoltBus lines, the station puts Philadelphia easily within reach of destinations up and down the East Coast and throughout the West. The station also serves as a major connection point for inner-city travel via SEPTA buses and the Market-Frankford Subway Line.

2955 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104

2. 3D Printing Lab

3D Printing Lab
3D Printing Lab

Drexel has multiple 3D printing labs. From engineering to product design, Drexel professors incorporate the use of 3D printers as a part of the curriculum. The uses of a 3D printer are limitless. Thus far, Drexel’s 3D printers have been used to produce models of cancer cells, bones of the dinosaur Dreadnoughtus schrani, brand-new inventions created by Drexel students, and more.

3501 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104

3. The Academic Bistro

Academic Bistro
Academic Bistro

The Academic Bistro is a hot spot of creativity. It’s where student chefs learn from faculty and top chefs in the industry to come up with original recipes. You can also stop by for a hand-crafted lunch during the fall, winter, and spring.

101 North 33rd Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104

4. Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University

Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University
Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University

Since its opening in 1812, the Academy of Natural Sciences has been famous for its exhibits of fearsome dinosaurs, live butterflies, and historic dioramas. Recognized as the oldest natural sciences institution in the Western Hemisphere, the Academy is a leader in research and education, presenting world-class exhibitions and interactive events. It also offers free admission to Drexel students, along with reduced rates for special exhibits, and is considered a favorite among local co-op opportunities.

1900 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy, Philadelphia, PA 19103

5. Bachelors Barge Club

Bachelors Barge
Bachelors Barge

The home of Drexel’s prestigious crew team, Bachelors Barge Club is the oldest continuously operating boathouse in the country. Located at #6 Boathouse Row, it is one of the 15 boathouses affixed with LED lights that create the iconic nighttime view along the east bank of the Schuylkill River.

1 Boathouse Row, Philadelphia, PA 19130

6. Baiada Institute

Biada Institute
Biada Institute

The Baiada Institute is the cradle of entrepreneurship at Drexel. Students from any academic discipline get their own space, mentoring, and resources in this incubator to start their first or next big thing. Entrepreneurship students automatically receive a space here while on co-op.

3218 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104

7. Behavioral Lab

Behavioral Lab
Behavioral Lab

The Behavioral Lab, located on the lower level of Gerri C. LeBow Hall, is a research facility for business-related topics. The Lab allows for test-subject privacy when conducting studies, along with flexibility to easily customize the space and settings according to the researcher’s needs.

3220 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104

8. Ben Franklin Parkway

Ben Franklin Parkway
Ben Franklin Parkway

The Ben Franklin Parkway stretches from City Hall to the Philadelphia Museum of Art. The Parkway is lined with an incredible array of museums and collections containing world-class artifacts and exhibits, including the Franklin Institute Science Museum, the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, the Rodin Museum, and the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University.

Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia, PA 19130

9. Bloomberg Terminal Room

Bloomberg Terminal Room
Bloomberg Terminal Room

Our Trading Lab has 42 computers that have cutting-edge, industry-standard software. Students have access to financial news and research technology they’ll encounter after graduation. This is also home to the Dragon Fund, a student-managed equity portfolio of over $1 million.

3220 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104

10. Boathouse Row

Boathouse Row
Boathouse Row

Boathouse Row, which consists of 15 historic 19th-century Victorian boathouses lined along the Schuylkill River, serves as the heart of rowing for the Philadelphia community. Outlined in lights that dance across the water, this stretch of buildings has been designated as a National Historic Landmark and is listed in the United State’s National Register of Historic Places, ensuring it will be preserved and enjoyed by generations to come.

Boathouse Row, Philadelphia, PA 19130

11. Broad Street

Broad Street
Broad Street

Broad Street is regarded as the artistic and cultural center of Philadelphia. Here you’ll find Philly’s premier locations for music and stage performance, including the renowned Kimmel Center, which houses Verizon Hall, the Perelman Center, the Innovation Studio, and the Merck Arts Education Center. It is also the main route for city’s world-famous New Year’s Day Parade, as well as the un-official celebration point for the city’s professional sports teams.

480 S Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102

12. Buckley Green

Buckley Green
Buckley Green

With its fully lit sand volleyball courts, BBQ grills, picnic tables, and open-grass areas, Buckley Green is a popular student meet-up and hangout spot. Just across the street is Buckley Recreational Field, which is outfitted with a Sprinturf synthetic grass surface, allowing for a wide variety of athletic fun.

North 33rd Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104

13. Center for Interdisciplinary Clinical Simulation and Practice (CICSP)

Center for Interdisciplinary Clinical Simulation and Practice (CICSP)
Center for Interdisciplinary Clinical Simulation and Practice (CICSP)

Our courses aim to give a comprehensive experience, preparing students for the kind of work they may encounter after their time at Drexel. Many degrees require experience in a clinical setting. That’s where the Center for Interdisciplinary Clinical Simulation and Practice (CICSP) comes in. At CICSP, students can experience real-world scenarios through simulation labs, which utilize computerized mannequins to assist students. It’s the closest thing to being in the field, and students can experience it all before graduation.

1601 Cherry Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102

14. Chestnut Square

Chestnut Square
Chestnut Square

Chestnut Square is a living space complete with multiple food options. You’ll find Shake Shack for burgers, hot dogs, and fries; Joe for coffee and pastries; coZara for Japanese and Chinese cuisine; Yogorino for organic frozen yogurt; and Zavino for artisan pizza, salads, and gluten-free meals!

3200 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104

15. Counseling Classrooms

Counseling Classrooms
Counseling Classrooms

The College of Nursing and Health Professions trains students to care for both the physical and mental health of their patients, and its programs, including those in Creative Arts Therapy, Behavioral Health Counseling, and Couple and Family Therapy, utilize special rooms like these to practice the skills they need to care for our world. These facilities help our students develop an excellent foundation on which to build their future careers.

1601 Cherry Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102

16. Dilworth Park

Dliworth Park
Dliworth Park

Dilworth Park, which sits at the foot of City Hall, serves as a public meeting plaza, event space, and transportation hub. Known for its unique water fountain, which shoots dancing streams of water into the air, the park also hosts the city’s most picturesque ice-skating rink in the winter months.

The park also features a grand, glass-enclosed entrance to the intersecting Broad Street and Market-Frankford transit lines that lie below, making it an energetic and bustling location at all times of the day.

1 South 15th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102

17. Dragon Statue

Dragon Statue
Dragon Statue

Mario the Magnificent is Drexel’s official mascot. The Mario statue is a point of pride for the Drexel community and an iconic spot for a photo opportunity. It’s located at the corner of 33rd Street and Market Street.

33rd and Market Streets, Philadelphia, PA 19104

18. Drexel Park

Drexel Park
Drexel Park

Drexel Park is a 2.5-acre open green space that serves as a recreational park for the Drexel and Powelton Village communities. A prime spot for large outdoor activities, it’s also a great place to relax, unwind, and meet up with friends.

3100 Powelton Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19104

19. Drexel Tennis

Drexel Tennis Courts
Drexel Tennis Courts

Drexel’s two outdoor tennis courts are open-use for students and feature full lighting, allowing play throughout the evening. In between sets, you can check out one of the grandest views of Philly’s iconic skyline our campus has to offer.

34th Street and Lancaster Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19104

20. Drexel Volleyball Courts

Drexel Volleyball Courts
Drexel Volleyball Courts

Volleyball courts in the middle of the city? You heard us right. Beach volleyball awaits within close distance to the residence halls and classrooms so you can have a quick game with friends between classes.

North 33rd Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104

21. ExCITe Center

ExCITe Center
ExCITe Center

The Expressive and Creative Interaction Technologies (ExCITe) Center believes that everyone has the potential to be creative and be an innovator. The Center unites design, technology, and entrepreneurship in many forms, but especially in the App Lab. Students learn the power of smartphone applications with the ability to create, design, and test them in a multidisciplinary environment.

3401 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104

22. Gait Lab

Gait Lab
Gait Lab

The Gait Lab, which is part of the College of Nursing and Health Professions, houses technology used for medicinal purposes. For instance, the motion-camera system allows study of athletes for tracking and treating overuse running injuries.

1601 Cherry Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102

23. Buckley Green

Buckley Green
Buckley Green

While some might think our urban location is just skyscrapers and paved sidewalks, Drexel's University City location provides a range of outdoor experiences. Our students enjoy time on The Quad and Lancaster Ave, and if they're up for some team sports, they can join Drexel intramural, recreational, and club teams. Buckley Green is Drexel's outdoor volleyball court. Just across the street is the Buckley Recreational Field, outfitted with a Sprinturf synthetic grass surface.

North 33rd Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104

24. Daskalakis Athletic Center (DAC)

Daskalakis Athletic Center (DAC)
Daskalakis Athletic Center (DAC)

Drexel students have a lot to choose from when it comes to being active. We have 18 Division I teams, from basketball to crew to field hockey. Students can also take part in club and intramural sports, a great way to meet other Drexel Dragons and have some fun. The Daskalakis Athletic Center, also known as the DAC, is the home of Drexel Athletics. Here, students can take a swim, play some squash, scale an indoor rock-climbing wall, and more.

3301 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104

25. Drexel Residence Halls

Drexel Residence Halls
Drexel Residence Halls

Your on-campus housing is where you'll be spending a fair amount of time. Whether you're studying, hanging out with friends, or getting a good night's sleep, you want it to be as comfortable as home, if not more. Drexel offers a range of options, from multi-person suites to double rooms to College Learning Communities. No matter what you're looking for, you'll find it here. Kelly Hall, Meyers Hall, and Millennium Hall are just three of our residence halls on the University City Campus. They're just a short walk away from classes, restaurants, and the DAC.

26. Main Building

Main Building
Main Building

Founded in 1891, Drexel University was built on the cornerstone that a university needs to meet the needs of a rapidly growing society, preparing students for careers in every industry. Today Drexel is a world-renowned research university with three campuses in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and over 26,000 students. The Main Building was the original location of Drexel University and still serves as a place for classes and administrative offices.

3141 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104

27. Mandell Theater

Mandell Theater
Mandell Theater

With over 300 student clubs and organizations, Drexel Dragons are always having fun. If you can't find a club that's right for you, we always encourage students to create their own — because you'll definitely find other students who love your favorite activity just as much as you do. The Mandell Theater is the primary performance venue for our performing arts programs as well as Drexel events and special events from outside organizations.

3201 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104

28. Mario the Dragon

Mario the Dragon
Mario the Dragon

Drexel University has been in the great city of Philadelphia for over 120 years. Founded by Anthony J. Drexel, the University has rapidly evolved into the institution that it is today. Drexel is focused on innovative research, committed to the community and a leader in higher education in the U.S. and the world. Mario the Magnificent is Drexel's official mascot. The Mario statue is an iconic spot for a photo op.

33rd and Market Streets, Philadelphia, PA 19104

29. Papadakis Integrated Sciences Building

Papadakis Integrated Sciences Building
Papadakis Integrated Sciences Building

At Drexel, we encourage our students to pursue multidisciplinary research opportunities, working hands-on in and outside of the classroom. Thanks to the passion and ingenuity of our students and staff, we've made groundbreaking discoveries to the creation of new ideas, products, and services in sectors such as public policy, energy, health care, education, and information technology. The Papadakis Integrated Sciences Building's biowall, the largest biofilter in North America, is not only beautiful, but also purifies the indoor air.

33rd and Chestnut Streets, Philadelphia, PA 19104

30. Steinbright Career Development Center

Steinbright Career Development Center
Steinbright Career Development Center

During your time at Drexel, you'll see that our educational model is centered around your post-graduation plans. And the Steinbright Career Development Center, our world-class cooperative education and career development resource, will be here to help you every step of the way with preparatory classes, skill-focused workshops, and a dedicated team available for one-on-one and counseling sessions. Steinbright also facilitates our renowned co-op program, where you can gain real-world professional experience.

3201 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104

31. Urban Eatery

Urban Eatery
Urban Eatery

Philadelphia is known for its exceptional restaurants, which are diverse in cuisine and rich in history. Drexel's campus is not without its own variety of restaurants and dining halls. From sushi to burgers to vegetarian specialties, you're sure find something you've been craving and/or maybe even find a new favorite food. The Urban Eatery is a new landmark on campus, offering Mediterranean food, sandwiches, coffee, and more.

34th Street and Lancaster Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19104

32. URBN Center

URBN Center
URBN Center

Drexel University has a diverse number of programs — over 80 undergraduate majors and as many minors, 100 graduate programs, and over 40 doctoral programs. Our degrees prepare students for their future careers, providing hands-on learning opportunities as well as a history of the industries and their impact on the world. The URBN Center is just one of our academic buildings. This 140,000-square-foot facility houses a state-of-the-art motion capture studio, music recording studios, a video game design lab, and more.

3501 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104

33. Greek Row

Greek Row
Greek Row

Greek Row is an entire street of most of the sorority and fraternity houses on campus. Greek Row is also home to many popular brother and sister campus events throughout the year.

34. Handschumacher Dining Center

Handschumacher Dining Center
Handschumacher Dining Center

The Handschumacher Dining Center, also known as the “Hans,” is home to various kinds of cuisine including a Philly favorite, the make-your-own cheesesteak bar. Asian, American, and Italian dishes are also served up, as well as fresh fruit and salads. Low-calorie and gluten-free options are also on the menu.

3201 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104

35. Health Administration Training

Health Administration Training
Health Administration Training

The Health Administration Department offers programs for students seeking employment in administrative or managerial positions in the ever-expanding health care sector. Graduates from these programs go on to work in hospitals, clinics, managed-care companies, health-insurance companies, law, and health-marketing firms. With space to meet, present, and discuss the administrative challenges facing the healthcare industry, they’re well-prepared for whatever challenges they may face.

1601 Cherry Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102

36. iCommons

iCommons
iCommons

While in college, everyone needs a place to study and collaborate. Among other study and lab areas, College of Computing and Informatics (CCI) students and staff use the iCommons. The iCommons is located in the Rush Building and has computing equipment, information systems software, audio-visual presentation equipment, and select bibliographic resources. In addition to the state-of-the-art lab, the iCommons also has a collaboration space that’s made for group projects.

30 North 33rd Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104

37. Libraries

Library
Library

Since Drexel’s founding in 1891, we’ve had a library; in our first year, the library had nearly 8,000 volumes. Over the decades, a lot has changed. In addition to a different location, our collection of resources has grown immensely. Today Drexel has multiple libraries — four physical locations and a dynamic online presence. Students have access to over two million items and the assistance of 61 full-time employees.

33rd and Market Streets, Philadelphia, PA 19104

38. LOVE Park

Love Park
Love Park

LOVE Park, officially known as John F. Kennedy Plaza, receives its unofficial moniker from the iconic LOVE statue, which was first erected in 1976. The statue has become one of Philly’s most iconic picture-taking spots and is a “can’t miss” attraction for visitors to the city.

The park’s circular layout of granite stair sets and benches have made it a legendary location within the skateboarding community (fueled by the fact that skateboarding at the site is highly illegal), prompting Philadelphia to be chosen as the host city for multiple Summer X Games.

1599 John F. Kennedy Boulevard, Philadelphia, PA 19103

39. Midtown Village

Midtown Village
Midtown Village

Midtown Village is a forward-thinking neighborhood that has developed a unique, city-village feel. Filled with independently owned and operated businesses, Midtown boasts fascinating architecture, restaurants and eateries, antique shops, and art galleries of all styles.

40. Millennium Hall

Millenium Hall
Millenium Hall

Millennium Hall is as impressive on the inside as it is on the outside. This is Drexel’s tallest building; its 17th floor has beautiful views of Philadelphia’s skyline. All rooms are double-occupancy, but the unique design of the rooms allows for private bathrooms. When you’re not studying, the first floor of the hall has a television and gaming equipment.

223 North 34th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104

41. North Hall

North Hall
North Hall

North Hall has four- and six-person suites. Each wing has a full kitchen, while each suite has a kitchenette. Students can take advantage of another sweeping view of Philadelphia in the sixth-floor study lounge/classroom. There are study areas on the first floor with dry erase boards and a game room with table games for all residents.

3200 Race Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104

42. Northside Dining Terrace

Northside Dining Terrace
Northside Dining Terrace

In the heart of Drexel’s residential area is the Northside Dining Terrace. There you’ll find Currito for traditional and non-traditional burritos and bowls, as well as Chick-fil-A Express, Subway, and Southern Tsunami Sushi.

34th and Race Streets, Philadelphia, PA 19104

43. Nutrition Labs

Nutrition Labs
Nutrition Labs

Drexel's Center for Nutrition & Performance provides students a hands-on learning experience through classroom experience and the development and implementation of nutrition education programs for members of the Drexel community. Students are able to see how diet and exercise affect the human body through tests they perform right here at our Center City Campus.

1601 Cherry Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102

44. Old City

Old City
Old City

Old City is a unique pairing of The Old and The New, presenting a combination of art galleries, boutiques, theatres, restaurants, and historical attractions. The majority of Philadelphia’s colonial landmarks can be found here, including Independence Park, the National Constitution Center, the Liberty Bell, and the Betsy Ross House.

45. Paine’s Park

Paine's Park
Paine's Park

Opened in 2013, Paines Park is a skateboarder’s dream, built in direct partnership between local business leaders and stalwarts of the Philly skating community. Designed to replicate the distinctive features of the city’s non-skating public parks and squares, the park provides over 30,000 square feet of skate-friendly benches, rails, and pipes. It also hosts a variety of outdoor events, including live music performances, film screenings, and skill demonstrations.

North 24th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19130

46. Papadakis Integrated Sciences Building Teaching Lab

Papadakis Integrated Sciences Building Teaching Lab
Papadakis Integrated Sciences Building Teaching Lab

When you walk through our hallways, each classroom looks a little bit different. For those taking science courses, the Papadakis Integrated Sciences Building is home. From lecture halls to teaching labs, students work on their own research and alongside professors.

33rd and Chestnut Streets, Philadelphia, PA 19104

47. Physician's Assistant Classrooms

Physicians Assistant Classroom
Physicians Assistant Classroom

The College of Nursing and Health Professions provides students with opportunities that go well beyond even an undergraduate degree. Our Physician's Assistant program, where students have a chance to go in depth with medicine, practice patient interaction, and prepare themselves for an exciting career, is one great example of the prestigious graduate-level programs we offer.

245 N 15th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102

48. Product Design Program

Product Design Program
Product Design Program

Our product design students constantly create and improve new and existing products in the URBN Center. Glasses that make you happier and a respiratory inhaler seamlessly synced to a smartphone app are just a few of the latest student innovations.

3501 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104

49. Race Street Residences

Race Street Residences
Race Street Residences

Race Street Hall is just one of our residence halls. Race Street Hall offers 4-person suites, 9 on each floor. Each suite has two showers and a private bathroom and a kitchen area with fridge, sink, and cabinets. The suite’s lounge is a great place to get some homework done and hang out with friends. If you’re looking for a residence hall that allows you to have more than one roommate, this is a great option for you.

3300 Race Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104

50. Race Street Walk

Race Street Walk
Race Street Walk

Race Street Walk is located in the center of some of our residence halls, including Race Street Residences, Myers Hall, and Kelly Hall. In the heart of this student residential district is the Library Learning Terrace. When you want to get away from your room and have the ability to study alone or in groups, the Terrace is a great option for you. The Terrace has a projector and private hub station for tutoring or coaching, whiteboards, and adjustable seating areas.

51. Rittenhouse Square

Rittenhouse Square
Rittenhouse Square

Thought of as the city’s most prestigious and desired real estate, the Rittenhouse Square area centers around a gorgeous open-space park at 18th and Walnut streets. Its park benches, flowing fountain, greenery, and classic architecture make the park one of downtown’s most popular meet-up and people-watching destinations. Rittenhouse is also seen as the heart of the city’s business district, with over 300,000 people employed in the area.

18th and Walnut Streets, Philadelphia, PA 19103

52. Ross Commons

Ross Commons
Ross Commons

Ross Commons mixes classic style with modern convenience. It features two family-owned restaurants, Sabrina’s Café and Spencer ETA Burger. Both offer delectable fresh food choices.

229 North 34th Street,, Philadelphia, PA 19104

53. Saxby's

Saxbys
Saxbys

Saxby's is a local favorite, known for its quiet atmosphere for coffee-sipping and enjoying pastries. Just a short distance away from the Recreation Center, finish your exercise routine with some caffeine. Drexel students even have the option to do co-op at Saxby's.

65 North 34th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104

54. The DAC

The DAC
The DAC

The Daskalakis Athletic Center, also known as the DAC, is named after beneficiary and Drexel alumnus John A. Daskalakis. It is a multipurpose recreation facility for students with swimming pools, basketball courts, a rock-climbing wall, and more, while serving as home to many of Drexel’s indoor varsity sports teams.

3301 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104

55. Three Parkway

Three Parkway
Three Parkway

Three Parkway is a key part of Drexel's Center City Campus. Home to a variety of the College of Nursing and Health Profession’s programs, including physical therapy, nutrition, and others, it provides our students with state-of-the-art facilities where they can learn and hone their craft.

1601 Cherry Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102

56. Urban Eatery

Urban Eatery
Urban Eatery

The Urban Eatery is a new landmark on campus, offering Mediterranean food, sandwiches, coffee, and more. It's also got more convenient hours than most places on campus — 7 a.m. to 1 a.m. on weekdays.

34th Street and Lancaster Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19104

57. Vidas Athletic Complex

Vidas Athletic Complex
Vidas Athletic Complex

Located on the northeast end of campus, the Vidas Athletic Complex is the home of Drexel’s outdoor varsity athletics. It features a Sprinturf-surfaced soccer and lacrosse field, an Astroturf-surfaced field hockey venue, a natural grass multipurpose field, nine tennis courts, and a softball field.

4300 Powelton Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19104

58. WKDU: Drexel’s Radio Station

WKDU: Drexel’s Radio Station
WKDU: Drexel’s Radio Station

WKDU is Drexel’s student-owned and -run radio station. It’s the only free-format non-commercial FM station in Philadelphia and can be found by tuning your radio to 91.7FM.