Drexel University is a private institution that was started in 1891. It has a undergraduate enrollment of 15,346, its environment is urban, and the campus size is 96 acres. It uses a quarter-based academic calendar. Its tuition/fees are $56,238
learners at Drexel University can get a mix of in-class education and extensive on-the-job experience before graduation. Drexel operates a cooperative education program, sending learners to more than 1,600 employers worldwide for six months at a time. Most co-ops are paid, and the average salary a Drexel student will take home is more than $16,000. learners who complete three co-ops generally graduate in five years. learners who participate in a single co-op experience or no co-op experience can graduate in four years.
When learners arent working, there is plenty to do on the schools main campus in Philadelphias University City. They have more than 300 student clubs and organizations to get involved in, including more than 30 fraternities and sororities. The Drexel Dragons participate in the NCAA Division I Colonial Athletic Association. The neighborhood is also home to the University of Pennsylvania and the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia. The city’s central hub of public transportation, 30th Street Station, is two blocks from campus, and Center City Philadelphia is a 10-minute walk away. In total, more than 70 percent of Drexel learners commute to school.
Drexel offers well-regarded programs through the College of Engineering, and it has a medical school and a law school. Notable alumni of Drexel University include Michael Anderson, a former professional basketball player, and Earle I. Mack, a former ambassador to Finland.