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3 College Freshman

Guys & Girls: The guys are very attractive but intimidating

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5 College Freshman

Guys & Girls: I met my significant other at orientation so I'm obviously thrilled with that!

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3 College Student

Guys & Girls: The guys are semi- attractive but a lot of them can have stuck up personalities.

3 College Senior

Guys & Girls: ...girls here...the girls here are....they're "meh"

I'm sure women would describe the men at Drexel the same way LOL.

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2 College Sophomore

Guys & Girls: Too many guys. As an engineer it's a struggle to get to know girls but, it's all major dependent. Nursing majors complain that it's only girls as do the COMAD kids.

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There are simply more guys than girls here. It is what it is. To be blunt, it's largely a tech school. There are a lot of relatively unkempt guys walking around in big hooded sweatshirts and baggy cargo pants or jeans, but this look also attests to the work ethic of Drexel students. However, that's more stereotypical of the University as a tech school. Guys that major in business and arts/sciences (even health, occasionally) will have a bit more style than average and generally a more "put-together" aesthetic. With the ratio of guys to girls, as well as the variety of majors at Drexel, the attractive girls are spread over curricula. This differs from guys, who are mostly split between "geeky" in computer science and engineering and "smooth" in arts/social science programs. "Bros" are kept to a minimum, as well. Drexel is a serious melting pot—students can find anything here.

It boils down to this: Drexel girls think the guys are geeks, and Drexel guys think the girls are stuck-up. Oddly enough, both occasionally turn to Penn for romance, and most of the time, it works out, and everyone's happy.

Facts & Statistics

Female Undergrads
Male Undergrads
Birth Control Available?
The Student Health Center has birth control, pap smears, and pregnancy testing.
Best Places to Meet Guys & Girls
  1. Dorms
  2. Downtown in Old City
  3. Frats and sororities
  4. Off-campus house parties
Best Places to Hook Up
  1. Empty classrooms
  2. Frats
  3. Off-campus parties
  4. Your apartment/dorm
Social Scene
Truthfully, it is incredibly easy to make friends at Drexel. With the array of majors pursued and the variety of activities, it's not difficult to find people who possess similar interests to yours. Admittedly, many of the friends you'll make freshman year will hail from your dorm, but much of that changes once you're in major-specific courses and begin to join student organizations. Additionally, many people make different friends every year (due to co-op, four-year/five-year programs, etc.)—contributing to a very relaxed social scene.
Hookups or Relationships?
Hookups are inevitable at any university, but it seems as though many Drexel students are involved in relatively low-key relationships. It is common for Drexel students to date amongst themselves, but it's also common for females to date older men or students from other universities.
Best Places to Meet Guys/Girls
Going out to the clubs and bars is almost always a sure fire way to meet desirable guys and girls. People usually stay in the West Philadelphia area for this, but it is fairly common for people to go downtown to Old City and party at the numerous bars and clubs in that district.
Dress Code
Considering the absurdly different majors Drexel offers—biomedical to design and merchandising—the dress code is going to vary substantially. Cargo pants and hoodies are commonplace amongst the more technical students, whereas the D&M students are expected to dress in a trendy, put-together manner to represent their major.

Student Polls

I would say girls on campus are    Based on 89 responses

Strongly disagree
Strongly agree
  • Attractive
  • Athletic
  • Creative/artsy
  • Friendly
  • Fun
  • Geeky
  • Hardworking
  • Into partying
  • Outgoing
  • Preppy
  • Religious
  • Smart
  • Stuck-up

I would say guys on campus are    Based on 88 responses

Strongly disagree
Strongly agree
  • Attractive
  • Athletic
  • Creative/artsy
  • Friendly
  • Fun
  • Geeky
  • Hardworking
  • Into partying
  • Outgoing
  • Preppy
  • Religious
  • Smart
  • Stuck-up

What kinds of relationships have you had since coming to school?    Based on 113 responses

  • 18% Casual dating at your school
  • 17% Random hook-up with someone at your school
  • 15% None
  • 12% Long-distance relationship
  • 10% Random hook-up with someone at a neighboring school
  • 9% Exclusively dating someone at your school
  • 8% Long-term relationship with someone at your school
  • 5% Casual dating at a neighboring school
  • 4% Exclusively dating someone at a neighboring school
  • 3% Long-term relationship with someone at a neighboring school

What one word or phrase best describes the typical student at this school?    Based on 36 responses

  • 33% Engineer
  • 28% Hard Working
  • 17% People at Drexel are either very smart or not
  • 8% Introverted
  • 8% Serious about being here
  • 6% Nerd

What are the best places to meet guys/girls?    Based on 29 responses

  • 31% Through friends
  • 20% Dorms
  • 19% Frats and sororities
  • 15% Downtown in Old City
  • 15% Off-campus house parties

What are the best ways to make friends at your school?    Based on 32 responses

  • 34% Join a sport or club
  • 26% Be friendly to the people on your floor
  • 21% Greek life, athletics, or a club
  • 15% communicate with others always
  • 4% Be friendly, but not goofy with honors kids

How accepting is LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender) dating life on campus?    Based on 36 responses

  • 31% There are lots of openly-dating LGBT couples. It is widely accepted.
  • 53% There are some openly-dating LGBT couples. A lot of people accept it.
  • 17% There are almost no openly-dating LGBT couples. Most people don't accept it.
  • 0% You won't see any LGBT couples on campus. It is widely not accepted.

How would you rate the social scene on campus?    Based on 113 responses

  • 25% Very vibrant, with lots of popular activities available almost every day.
  • 66% Active, with a handful of popular activities.
  • 7% Quiet, with few popular activities and chances to meet new people.
  • 2% Lacking, with almost no interesting or popular activities.


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