Diversity and Inclusion

Diversity Resources


LeBow has identified key institutional resources available to students, faculty and professional staff dedicated to enhancing diversity and inclusion within and around our community that we actively share with the LeBow community. This is not an exhaustive list – please contact Brian Ellis at bre23@drexel.edu if you would like your resource added.

Office of Equality and Diversity

The Office of Equality and Diversity is responsible for compliance with the University’s anti-discrimination policies. The office offers a broad array of educational programs to prevent and respond to bias incidents. Equality and Diversity engages on a wide variety of issues, including civil rights, domestic violence and sexual assault, being an effective ally, bystander intervention and healthy relationships. Reports of discrimination or harassment can be made to this office.

Student Center for Inclusion and Culture

The Student Center for Inclusion and Culture supports Drexel’s commitment to being a welcoming, inclusive, respectful, engaging and diverse community by educating students on issues of social justice and identity. The center provides resources that foster awareness, empower students with knowledge, tools and experiences that promote global citizenship and advocate for our diverse student population including but not limited to those whom identify as:

  • LGBTQA (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Ally)
  • ALANA (African, Latino/a, Asian and Native American)

LeBow College Underrepresented Minority Scholarship

Drexel University was founded on Anthony J. Drexel’s vision of education across boundaries, whether based on gender, ethnicity, race, or socioeconomic status. As a University, we are committed to achieving this vision, and we are proud of the efforts of the individual colleges, schools, and administrative units to support our diverse community. To demonstrate our commitment to the values of diversity and inclusion, the LeBow College of Business has allocated $150,000 in supplemental scholarships for MBA and MS applicants who identify as an Underrepresented Minority (URM) student.

All students who qualify are considered for the LeBow College URM Scholarship. However, members of our partnership organizations, National Black MBA Association - Philadelphia Chapter and Prospanica Philadelphia, are eligible for the LeBow College URM Scholarship in addition to any financial support and other resources available through these organizations, which may have their own respective deadlines.

Study Abroad Office

The Study Abroad Office offers a diverse range of programs around the world for students to live and learn in another country, including term-long programs and 1 to 2-week intensive courses abroad during term break periods. Study abroad options are available for all majors, and many have no language prerequisite.

Office of International Students and Scholars Services

International Students and Scholars Services (ISSS) offers a vast array of programs and services to the approximately 5,000 international students, scholars and faculty representing 117 different countries. ISSS works to promote meaningful interaction between domestic faculty. staff and students and nationals of other countries by organizing culturally enriching opportunities for all members of the Drexel community.

International Education Week

International Education Week encourages and celebrates international education and exchange worldwide by highlighting university-wide opportunities for exploration and engagement.

Additional Campus and Community Resources

An exhaustive list of campus and community resources are provided by the Student Center for Inclusion and Culture.

International Student Engagement Leaders

LeBow is excited to introduce our International Student Engagement Leaders – all international students themselves – who are looking forward to connecting with incoming international students before you come to campus.

International Student Leader Map


A learning community created to support underrepresented students and their success at Drexel and as professionals.