Drexel University is a major research institution that is ranked a Top 100 University and 8th among Most Innovative Schools. 

Drexel offers comprehensive, integrated academics and world-class faculty. Our students immerse themselves in research and cooperative education, during which students can gain up to 18 months of professional experience before graduation.

Drexel’s 16 colleges and schools offer Undergraduate, Graduate, Professional, Online, and Adult Education in Arts and Sciences, Biomedical Engineering, Business, Computing and Informatics, Education, Engineering, Entrepreneurship, Hospitality and Sport Management, Law, Media Arts and Design, Medicine, Nursing and Health Professions, Professional Studies, and Public Health. Drexel is located in historic Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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Basic details

  • Region: Northeast
  • Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Campus setting: Urban
  • Type of institution: Private

Admissions information and areas of study offered

  • Percentage of students admitted: 47%
  • Average ACT range: 27-30
  • Average SAT range: 1220-1360
  • Test optional? No
  • Common Application accepted? Yes
  • Areas of study offered include: Accounting/Finance; Anthropology; Architecture; Art History; Arts; Biology; Biomedical Engineering; Business; Chemistry; Communications; Computer Science; Criminal Justice; Dance; Drama/Theatre Arts; Design; Economics; Education; Engineering; English; Environmental Sciences; Film/Cinema Studies; Geology; History; Information Sciences/Systems; International Relations; Journalism; Law; Literature; Management; Marketing; Mathematics; Medical Sciences; Music; Nursing; Nutrition; Paleontology; Philosophy; Physics; Political Science; Psychology; Public Health; Public Relations/Affairs; Sociology
  • Full list of majors availablehttp://drexel.edu/undergrad/academics/majors/

Finances

  • International students are eligible for: Merit-based scholarship; Need-based aid
  • Estimated yearly cost (including tuition, board, room and student fees): $66,854

Athletics

  • Athletic association for the majority of sports: NCAA - Division I
  • Varsity sports: Women's Softball; Men's Basketball; Women's Basketball; Women's Field Hockey; Men's Football / Soccer; Women's Football / Soccer; Men's Golf; Men's Lacrosse; Women's Lacrosse; Men's Rowing; Women's Rowing; Men's Swimming and Diving; Women's Swimming and Diving; Men's Tennis; Women's Tennis; Men's Wrestling

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