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 Caitlin Mahon at email@example.com 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.
Student Center for Diversity and Inclusion
The Student Center for Diversity and Inclusion supports Drexel’s commitment to being a welcoming, inclusive, respectful, engaging and diverse community by educating students on issues of social justice and identity.
Office of International Students and Scholars Services
International Students and Scholars Services (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.
Study Abroad Office
The Study Abroad Office offers a diverse range of programs for around the world for undergraduate students to live and learn in another country, including term-long programs and one to two-week intensive courses abroad during term break periods.
LeBow College Underrepresented Minority Scholarship
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 to uphold Anthony J. Drexel’s vision of education across boundaries.
Additional Campus and Community Resources
An exhaustive list of campus and community resources are provided by the Student Center for Inclusion and Culture.