An organization dedicated to integrating undergraduate and graduate Drexel University students of all disciplines with curiosity, enthusiasm and motivation to explore aeronautics.
A sorority for Engineers and Technical Majors that is social and professional in scope. Our mission is promote friendship, leadership, and professionalism to all members of the organization, the community, and our professions.
The ACS will provide students with opportunities to gain information about chemistry and "Green Chemistry" both through published materials and tours and trips, potential networking opportunities with peers and professionals, and community service.
AIAS is a national, non-profit and completely student led organization, that focuses on the culture of architectural education and practice. The Drexel Chapter focuses on advancing leadership, design, and service among architecture students.
The American Institute of Chemical Engineers is a globally recognized organization for the chemical engineering profession. For over 100 years AIChE has been working to distinguish and define chemical engineering as a profession.
The American Marketing Association Drexel aims to further students’ knowledge of all applications of marketing, while also providing the extracurricular opportunities needed to make students competitive in today’s job market.
A club recognized nationally by the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB) with the purpose of advancing undergraduate science research.
We are an organization that fosters professional development, academic excellence, and leadership. We bridge the gap between students and professionals by serving as a connection to City, Regional, and National sections of ASCE.
We offer events such as competitions, socials, networking opportunities, and tours. Being involved with ASME gives you that edge over any other student when competing for a job. So get involved today to reap the benefits of being an active member.
An organization that spotlights research and facilitates discussion in the four distinct subfields of anthropology. We allow for collaboration between Drexel University students with an interest in the social sciences.