Going into Drexel, I expected to get my degree without working too hard to get it. Let me tell you after a year of experience, that will NOT be the case if you come to school here! Regardless of your major, you will study and learn a lot! We're on a ten week quarter system so our classes are very fast-paced, but still manageable.
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A very elite school in downtown Philly, Drexel is an extremely rigorous University with the trimester/quarter schedule on top of balancing co-ops that they offer. Drexel is always expanding majors and class options to offer a broad range of courses, and to accommodate that, campus is continuously expanding with new buildings as well! Overall, Drexel is one of the top learning communities in the nation who actually prepares you for the real world!» Read More
This school uniquely combines the traditions upon which Drexel was built and the innovativeness of teachers and research to actively engage and foster its students. Students that attend this college is excellent in the various forms of teaching that it provides and its captivation of its students is unrivaled. This university's prestige is not displayed superfluously but with pulchritudinous stature.» Read More
Drexel is a great university with a stellar reputation. Their focus is on churning out students that are prepared and competitive in the workplace - however, their commitment truly lies not in what they can do for their students, but what their students can do for them. I do not believe this is unique to Drexel, however it is dichotomous to allow the politics of the university to supersede what is best for a student.» Read More
Drexel is no pushover, since they're on the quarter system everything is really fast paced and sometimes you feel like you can't catch your breath between the all work. But if you can deal with that it's a really good school, the teachers may be crazy but they're knowledgeable about the subjects they teach and they're willing to help you understand if you don't get something. They're good at preparing you for the real world.» Read More
The courses here are a bit tough but that is expected because they are accelerated to 10 week terms instead of being in 15 week semesters. The community here at Drexel is fantastic for the most part. Overall, I am happy to attend this university.» Read More