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Campus Overview
In the wake of a 2007 Master Plan, a constant stream of construction trucks have transformed this Philadelphia campus, not only aesthetically but also academically and athletically. There is the Papadakis Integrated Science Building, the URBN Center for the College of Media Arts and Design, and a new home for the Lebow College of Business. The new Daskalakis Athletic Center houses a resurgent basketball team and impressive new fitness facilities. Drexel will continue to celebrate this renaissance in the years to come as it continues to build itself into a leading city university.

Be Sure to Check Out…
The Drexel Co-op. Potential employers want to see education and experience. Through its unique co-op program, Drexel provides its undergraduates with both. Students have the option of one co-op in four years or three co-ops over five years. Each co-op consists of a six-month block (the same as two quarters) of full-time employment in a field related to the student’s major. A co-op can take a student to other states or countries and to such prominent companies as Microsoft, Comcast and GlaxoSmithKline. 3141 Chestnut St.,
Philadelphia, Pa., (215) 895-2000, drexel.edu

the numbers

  • 12,004 full-time undergraduates
  • Median SAT score of 1780 (comparable to ACT score of 26)
  • $33,800 annual tuition (about $13,200 annual room and board fees)
  • Approximately 200 degree programs
  • No. 83 national universities by U.S. News & World Report
  • 57.5 percent acceptance

See also: Temple University, Saint Joseph’s University

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