Drexel University’s LeBow College of Business is home to students, faculty and staff from diverse backgrounds, cultures and experiences. The LeBow community values each member and supports student organizations, alumni groups and affinity groups that promote programming organized around cultural, religious, racial, economic and environmental issues. These organizations have missions that provide the model for relations within our community by championing diversity, equity and inclusion.
For a full list of resources offered by the University, visit the Student Center for Diversity and Inclusion (SCDI).
Committed to developing the next generation of Asian American leaders.
Empowering and developing Latino men and women as leaders of character for the nation, in every sector of the global economy.
The Drexel LeBow Black Alumni Network (DLBAN) is an official college chapter under the Drexel Black Alumni Council (DUBAC). DLBAN helps foster strong and meaningful relationships with the Black LeBow alumni community and connects members in efforts that support current business students.
Drexel Women in Business strives to provide its members with the essential resources and opportunities to succeed in today’s business world, with a focus on the female professional.
¡HOLA! is an organization for Drexel alumni from all colleges and academic programs who identify as Hispanic, Latino and Latinx.
A learning community created to support underrepresented students and their success at Drexel and as professionals.
The premiere leadership organization for Asian professionals.
Representing the interests of more than 100,000 people of color in furthering their educational, professional and career aspirations in the related business fields of accounting, consulting, finance and information technology.
National Black MBA Association is dedicated to empowering members throughout their careers as students, entrepreneurs and professionals.
Out 4 LeBow is an LGBTQ+ student support resource in the LeBow College of Business.
Prospanica (formerly known as the National Society of Hispanic MBAs) serves as a professional development association for Hispanic graduate students.
Reaching Out MBA is a professional association for LGBTQ+ graduate students.