The Daskalakis Athletic Center has extensive facilities: a nice pool, a stocked weight room, and well-maintained basketball and squash courts. However, some of the buildings desperately need some renovations and haven't been kept up. Nevertheless, the DAC is a great place to work out, take a dip, or engage in some friendly competition on the court. There are also outdoor soccer fields and volleyball courts near the dorms for students to utilize.
The Creese Center offers a lot, but delivers little. There really is nothing there but a few comfy chairs and some overpriced food. It's a good place to talk, but a bad place to study, as it's normally very busy and loud—particularly during peak hours (12 p.m. to 6 p.m.). The fireplace is nice in the winter, though. Downstairs in the Greenawalt Student Development Center, there are conference rooms and offices for Drexel student organizations. This area has been recently renovated and remains popular for commuting students. Lounge 101, in the basement of Main Building, also attracts a crowd for its free video game usage, pool tables, and table tennis. Ross Commons is fairly new and stylish. This is a good place to hang out, as it's good-looking, spacious, offers Sabrina's Café food downstairs, but is still pretty quiet and underutilized by students.