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Undergraduate
Life at LeBow

Life at LeBow gives undergraduate students the opportunity to take advantage of all that Philadelphia and Drexel have to offer through on-campus events, speakers, social activities, organizations and learning communities. Through these experiences, students will make friends, meet business connections and start their careers. With the city of Philadelphia at our doorstep and a thriving on-campus community, students have the tools to fully capitalize on their college experience.

Roger Kfoury

After Drexel, you will have the skills to network and take on big responsibilities in the workplace.

Consumer Assistant Brand Manager

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Jilan Liu

I loved my time at co-op because I was able to apply what I learned from class to the work projects.

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Chris Markowitz

I’m hoping I do well enough at NESN to have other Drexel students come there in the future.

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Sydney McCloud Headshot

I feel that without BRIDGE, I wouldn’t be in my current position today.

Incoming Technology Consulting Analyst

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Aquiera Halsey student photo

If it wasn’t for Drexel I wouldn’t have the confidence in such a high-stress, high reward environment.

Manager, Oncology Quality Data & Cancer Registry

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First-year Student Experience

The first-year undergraduate student experience at LeBow offers a strong foundation that promotes success not only during your first year but your entire college career.

Explore the first-year undergraduate student experience at LeBow

LeBow Launch

LeBow Launch is a two-day introductory leadership program designed to provide incoming LeBow College of Business first-year students with a head start on college.

Peer Leadership Program

The best way for incoming first-year students to learn the ropes is to learn from their peers who have just navigated the experience themselves.

First-Year Academic Advising

This is the place for students to learn about class scheduling during their first term, AP and transfer credits, placement exams and more.

Academic Discovery

Special first-year courses provide the exposure students need to choose the field of study that’s best for them, and prepare them for first real-world jobs.

LeBow Learning Communities

Each learning community has an academic focus and an experiential edge. Live, learn and support each other on this amazing academic adventure.

The Business and Engineering Learning Community is an academic learning community open to all first-year Business and Engineering majors.

The Business Living Learning Community is for ambitious and high-achieving students with leadership acumen and an interest in community service.

The Commuter Learning Community offers a great opportunity for students who live off-campus to make close friends with other business students who commute.

LeBow’s Global Learning Community provides students the opportunity to expand their perspective internationally while living and attending classes together.

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

LeBow Student Organizations
Undergraduate Students Networking

Get involved, build your network and enhance your student experience with other LeBow students.

Campus and Community

Gerri C. LeBow Hall from Pearlman Plaza Sunset

Our 12-story, 177,500-square-foot home, Gerri C. LeBow Hall, is located at the heart of the Drexel University campus, which is located in Philadelphia’s University City neighborhood, home to the city’s vibrant research and technology corridor. Being located in Philadelphia, and within a short distance of New York and Washington DC means Drexel LeBow students have access, not just to our 1700+ industry partners but also to a wealth of experience from leaders in the business, research and governmental fields.

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Connect with Us

Our staff is ready to help you with any questions you may have about the application process, including which program is right for you. We look forward to hearing from you.

Caitlin Brady

Associate Director, Undergraduate Programs and Recruitment

(215) 571-3570

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