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 Red Cross Club provides the opportunity for students to interact with the community through blood donation efforts, disaster awareness, and other community service events in collaboration with the American Red Cross Southeastern
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."
The Drexel University Club Swimming Team practices together and competes against other local university club teams. We welcome all swimmers!
The Community Student Association is designed to create and support programming for students commuting and living in our local community. This organization is the programmatic branch of the Commuter and Off-Campus Communities Office.
Dragons After Dark (DAD) is an effort funded by SAFAC to provide exciting evening programs and activities on Drexel University’s campus throughout the term.
DUBSU promotes unity, cultural competence and campus involvement, pertaining especially to the University’s African Diaspora Student Body. DUBSU also provides forums for cooperation and expression amongst students of culturally diverse backgrounds.
To encourage academic excellence that fosters opportunity to network for professional development and cultivate leaders in health care management, as well as create a heightened awareness around the healthcare issues in our community and a global scale
The mission of E.A.S. is to foster an artistic community by assisting in the development, promotion, and management of arts and entertainment events or cultural activities to benefit or celebrate Drexel students.
The Foundation of Undergraduates for Sexual Equality (FUSE) is a welcoming and inclusive space for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer/Questioning, Intersex, Asexual/Ally, and Pansexual (LGBTQIAP) students to be themselves.