Student Activities and Organizations
Drexel students have the best of both worlds — a booming campus culture located near the heart of one of America's best cities. There's no one type of Drexel student and our clubs and activities reflect our diversity. There's something (probably two or three "somethings") for everyone. Check out the complete list of Drexel's clubs and organizations.
A Year in the Life
Welcome Back Week – Each September before fall classes begin, the University kicks off Welcome Back Week. Designed to acquaint freshmen to college life and to welcome returning students back to campus, it's the perfect time to join a club or meet new friends.
Homecoming – One of Drexel's biggest traditions, students come together in the ultimate display of school spirit. A weekend of activities is capped off with our annual semi-formal Crystal Ball dance.
Spring Jam – Once the trees begin to flower and the weather gets warmer, Drexel students can look forward to the University's annual rite of spring. Spring Jam is a weekend-long festival that features games, friendly competitions, and a concert by a major recording artist. This year's concert was headlined by Major Lazor and B.o.B. With good times and great music, Spring Jam is the ideal way to end the academic term.
Greek Week – Take a stroll down Greek Row and ask any member of a fraternity or sorority and they'll tell you that the seven days that comprise Greek Week make up the most exciting week of the year. Fun for the entire campus community, students enjoy everything from charity events to the famed Chariot Races.