Drexel Campus Ministers
In the midst of a highly technological University, the Drexel campus ministries provide essential support to the community as they foster the expression, understanding and practice of faith and cultivate mutual respect for the variety of faith traditions represented by the members of the Drexel academic community.
The Campus Ministers reside in the Paul Peck Problem Solving and Research Building (101 N. 33rd St.) and share spaces for services, fellowship and programming.
Campus Ministers are committed to connecting their students with representatives from Spiritual and Religious organizations and Student Affairs colleagues to host campus gatherings that focus on interfaith; a sampling of activities have included: Welcome Back Week “Lunch on the Lawn”, Alumni Weekend “Cake, Coffee and Culture”, Accepted Students Days and Orientation Dragon Expos, Interfaith Lunches and Interfaith Baccalaureate. The Campus Ministers facilitate both interfaith and social justice programs in conjunction with other departments and faculty members.
The following individuals are affiliated campus ministry leaders:
Rev. Brian Musser
Baptist Campus Ministries
David Piltz, CLM
Director, Open Door Christian Community
Rabbi Isabel de Koninck
Director, Hillel at Drexel
Assistant Director of Newman Catholic Campus Ministry