The AAGA exists to enhance the Drexel Arts Administration program academically, professionally, and socially by supplementing it with learning, networking, and extracurricular opportunities.
Since 2005, Ascend has been growing its presence throughout the US - with more than 30 student and 17 professional chapters in and around major business hubs. Our growing number of Professional Chapters, with over 60,000 members from 200 companies.
Drexel Asian Baptist Student Koinonia (ABSK) is a campus group committed to studying the Word of God and building Christ-centered relationships. We strive to learn more about God through the Bible and share God's love with all in the Drexel community.
The full-time undergraduate student body of Drexel, through the ratification of this constitution, created the ASA. Officers of the ASA are empowered to work on behalf of the students in order to promote the general interests of the Asian community.
Beta Alpha Psi is an honorary organization for Financial Information students and professionals. The primary objective of Beta Alpha Psi is to encourage and give recognition to scholastic and professional excellence in the business information field.
TriBeta is a biological honor society that promotes the advancement of scientific research and enhances understanding and advancement of biological knowledge, with a focus on creating a community amongst its members and the faculty.
The purpose of Beta Chi Theta, Inc. shall be to assemble college students in a fellowship of the founding principles of this fraternity, the most important being brotherhood."
Founded in 1839, Beta Theta Pi's motto is to develop Men of Principle for a Principled Life. Beta puts a stress on Academics, Leadership and Brotherhood.
The Biddle Law Society seeks to unite Drexel University students who share an interest in Law, to provide an opportunity for further education in the area of Law, and to participate in activities relating to the area of Law.
The BGSA is an organization dedicated to building a strong social and academic community through the unification of graduate students from the Department of Biology and the Department of Biodiversity, Earth, and Environmental Science.