Drexel University

Drexel University Overview

Drexel University is located in Philadelphia, PA. The organization was established in 1927. According to its NTEE Classification (B43) the organization is classified as: Universities, under the broad grouping of Education and related organizations. As of 06/2020, Drexel University employed 13,307 individuals. This organization is an independent organization and not affiliated with a larger national or regional group of organizations.

For the year ending 06/2020, Drexel University generated $1.3b in total revenue. This represents relatively stable growth, over the past 5 years the organization has increased revenue by an average of 0.5% each year. All expenses for the organization totaled $1.3b during the year ending 06/2020. While expenses have increased by 0.8% per year over the past 5 years. They've been increasing with an increasing level of total revenue. You can explore the organizations financials more deeply in the financial statements section below.

Since 2015, Drexel University has awarded 701 individual grants totaling $94,222,112. If you would like to learn more about the grant giving history of this organization, scroll down to the grant profile section of this page.

Mission & Program ActivityExcerpts From the 990 Filing

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2020

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INTEGRATED ACADEMIC OFFERINGS ENHANCED BY TECHNOLOGY, COOPERATIVE EDUCATION AND CLINICAL PRACTICE

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INSTRUCTIONDREXEL IS A COMPREHENSIVE NATIONAL RESEARCH UNIVERSITY DEDICATED TO PROVIDING QUALITY UNDERGRADUATE, GRADUATE AND PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION FEATURING EXCELLENT ACADEMICS, STATE-OF-THE-ART TECHNOLOGY AND A FOCUS ON REAL-WORLD LEARNING AND SERVICE. THE UNIVERSITY'S RESEARCH ENTERPRISE WAS RECENTLY ELEVATED TO R1 STATUS IN THE CARNEGIE CLASSIFICATION OF INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION--A RANK THAT DENOTES THE HIGHEST LEVEL OF RESEARCH ACTIVITY, HELD BY JUST 37 PRIVATE UNIVERSITIES AROUND THE COUNTRY. THE UNIVERSITY DISCLOSED 84 TOTAL NEW INVENTIONS AND RECEIVED 36 NEW UNITED STATES PATENTS IN FISCAL YEAR 2020.THE UNIVERSITY'S MISSION SERVES TRADITIONAL, ADULT AND ONLINE STUDENTS. DREXEL OFFERS NATIONALLY ACCREDITED PROGRAMS THAT MEET THE CHANGING NEEDS OF SOCIETY, INCLUDING MORE THAN 80 BACHELOR'S DEGREE PROGRAMS AND MORE THAN 120 GRADUATE AND PROFESSIONAL DEGREE PROGRAMS ORGANIZED IN 15 COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS: COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES; SCHOOL OF BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING, SCIENCE AND HEALTH SYSTEMS; BENNETT S. LEBOW COLLEGE OF BUSINESS; COLLEGE OF COMPUTING & INFORMATICS; SCHOOL OF EDUCATION; COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING; CHARLES D. CLOSE SCHOOL OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP; GRADUATE COLLEGE; PENNONI HONORS COLLEGE; THOMAS R. KLINE SCHOOL OF LAW; ANTOINETTE WESTPHAL COLLEGE OF MEDIA ARTS & DESIGN; COLLEGE OF MEDICINE; COLLEGE OF NURSING AND HEALTH PROFESSIONS; RICHARD C. GOODWIN COLLEGE OF PROFESSIONAL STUDIES AND DANA AND DAVID DORNSIFE SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH. DREXEL'S STRATEGIC EFFORTS FOCUS ON INVESTING FURTHER IN ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE, SERVING MORE STUDENTS WHILE IMPROVING THE STUDENT EXPERIENCE AND ENHANCING THE UNIVERSITY'S GLOBAL IMPACT. OVER THE LAST 25 YEARS, DREXEL HAS GROWN TO BECOME AN ECONOMIC ENGINE FOR PHILADELPHIA, SERVING AS ONE OF THE CITY'S LARGEST EMPLOYERS, GENERATING MILLIONS OF DOLLARS IN WAGE TAXES, ATTRACTING EXTERNAL FUNDING FOR RESEARCH AND KEY REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS, INVESTING IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS, AND SUPPORTING IMPORTANT COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS.DREXEL'S ACADEMIC ENTERPRISE HELPS STRENGTHEN THE NEIGHBORHOODS AROUND ITS CAMPUSES. DREXEL IS THE LEAD ACADEMIC PARTNER IN THE APPLICATION AND IMPLEMENTATION PROCESS FOR THE FEDERAL PROMISE ZONE IN WEST PHILADELPHIA, ONE OF THE FIRST FIVE LOCATIONS CHOSEN FOR A WHITE HOUSE INITIATIVE TO DIRECT RESOURCES TO THE NATION'S MOST PERSISTENTLY POVERTY-STRICKEN COMMUNITIES. DREXEL HAS FOSTERED AN ENVIRONMENT OF INCLUSION AND HAS SET INCLUSION AS A STRATEGIC PRIORITY. DREXEL'S INCLUSIVE ENVIRONMENT RECOGNIZES AND RESPECTS PEOPLE OF ALL BACKGROUNDS AND EXPERIENCES AND WELCOMES ALL VIEWS AND OPINIONS. IN NOVEMBER 2020, A CENTER FOR BLACK CULTURE OPENED ITS DOORS. THE CENTER WAS ESTABLISHED TO INCREASE KNOWLEDGE, RECOGNITION AND RESPECT OF THE PEOPLE, HISTORIES AND CULTURES OF THE AFRICAN DIASPORA AND ITS MANY CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE WORLD, AND TO SERVE AS A HUB OF INFORMATION AND ACTIVITY. MOST RECENTLY, DREXEL'S DORNSIFE SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH ANNOUNCED IT WILL LAUNCH A CENTER ON RACISM AND HEALTH TO ELEVATE RESEARCH ON RACIAL INEQUALITY AND HEALTH DISPARITIES IN TRADITIONALLY UNDERREPRESENTED POPULATIONS. AS THE UNITED STATES TRANSITIONS TO AN INFORMATION ECONOMY AND HAS DEALT WITH UNPRECEDENTED CHALLENGES BROUGHT ON BY THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC, MANY JOBS REQUIRE THE CRITICAL THINKING AND INNOVATIVE PROBLEM-SOLVING SKILLS INSTILLED AT DREXEL. FOR 100 YEARS, DREXEL HAS EQUIPPED STUDENTS FOR THE REAL WORLD THROUGH OUR RENOWNED COOPERATIVE EDUCATION PROGRAM. DREXEL ESTABLISHED THE DREXEL SOLUTIONS INSTITUTE THAT HAS BECOME THE NEW GATEWAY FOR INDUSTRY PARTNERSHIPS--CONNECTING DREXEL'S 1,600 CO-OP EMPLOYERS, AS WELL AS OTHER BUSINESSES AND NONPROFITS, AND LINKING THEM TO DREXEL STUDENT TALENT, FACULTY EXPERTISE AND WORLD-CLASS RESOURCES. DREXEL HAS MADE A STRATEGIC COMMITMENT TO HELP IMPROVE THE NATION'S GLOBAL COMPETITIVENESS BY INCREASING STUDENTS' INTERNATIONAL ENGAGEMENT TO BUILD CULTURAL COMPETENCIES. IN RECENT YEARS, THE UNIVERSITY HAS GROWN THE NUMBER OF STUDY ABROAD OPPORTUNITIES BY MORE THAN A QUARTER AND THE NUMBER OF GLOBAL POSITIONS IN DREXEL'S SIGNATURE COOPERATIVE EDUCATION PROGRAM BY A THIRD, WHILE TRIPLING BOTH THE PROGRAMMING OF THE OFFICE OF INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS AND THE TOTAL NUMBER OF INITIATIVES AT DREXEL THAT SUPPORT CROSS-CULTURAL EDUCATION AND ENGAGEMENT.UNDERGRADUATE ENROLLMENT FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2019-2020 = 15,346GRADUATE AND PROFESSIONAL ENROLLMENT FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2019-2020 = 8,859 NUMBER OF DEGREES CONFERRED IN ACADEMIC YEAR 2019-2020: ASSOCIATE DEGREES = 0 BACHELOR'S DEGREES = 3,204 MASTER'S DEGREES = 2,260 DOCTORAL DEGREES = 658 CERTIFICATES AND OTHER = 388


RESEARCHDREXEL RESEARCHERS WORK ACROSS DISCIPLINES TO INCREASE THE WORLD'S STORE OF KNOWLEDGE AND TRANSLATE THAT NEW KNOWLEDGE INTO SOLUTIONS WITH TREMENDOUS POSITIVE IMPACT ON SOCIETY. TYPICALLY, THE UNIVERSITY RECEIVES ABOUT $110 MILLION PER YEAR IN RESEARCH EXPENDITURES, BUT ITS OUTPUT RIVALS THAT OF UNIVERSITIES THAT RECEIVE ANYWHERE FROM THREE TO FIVE TIMES THAT AMOUNT. DREXEL IS COMMITTED TO USING ITS RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGICAL EXPERTISE TO BECOME AN EVEN MORE POWERFUL ECONOMIC ENGINE FOR GREATER PHILADELPHIA, HELPING TO CREATE NEW HIGH-TECH BUSINESSES AND JOBS. DREXEL LAUNCHED TWO NEW ACCELERATOR PROGRAMS IN 2015, IN COLLABORATION WITH THE STATE-FUNDED BEN FRANKLIN TECHNOLOGY PARTNERS OF SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA AND THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA, TO HELP GROW NEW BUSINESSES IN TECHNOLOGY AND MEDICAL DEVICES AND THERAPEUTICS. THESE ACCELERATORS ARE AMONG THE FIRST BUILDING BLOCKS OF SCHUYLKILL YARDS, A DREXEL AND BRANDYWINE REALTY TRUST INITIATIVE TO DRIVE UNIVERSITY CITY'S ASCENDANCY AS A GLOBAL INNOVATION DISTRICT. DREXEL'S RESEARCHERS CONTINUE TO BUILD PARTNERSHIPS THAT ARE CRITICAL TO CREATING 21ST-CENTURY SOLUTIONS TO AMERICA'S CHALLENGES. IN APRIL 2016, THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE TAPPED DREXEL AS A KEY LEADER IN THE CREATION OF A $75 MILLION NATIONAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE THAT WILL SUPPORT AMERICAN TEXTILE MANUFACTURERS IN BRINGING SOPHISTICATED NEW MATERIALS AND TEXTILES TO THE MARKETPLACE. THE INSTITUTE, CALLED ADVANCED FUNCTIONAL FABRICS OF AMERICA, HAS BECOME A NATIONAL MANUFACTURING RESOURCE CENTER FOR INDUSTRY AND GOVERNMENT TO DRAW ON ACADEMIC EXPERTISE IN NEW FIBERS AND TEXTILES. THE RESULT WILL BE FABRICS ENGINEERED TO SEE, HEAR, SENSE AND COMMUNICATE; SERVING AN ARRAY OF INDUSTRIES INCLUDING AEROSPACE, APPAREL, ARCHITECTURE AND HEALTH. IN 2019, THE UNIVERSITY OPENED THE CENTER FOR FUNCTIONAL FABRICS AND THE PENNSYLVANIA FABRIC DISCOVERY CENTER. THE LATTER WAS CREATED TO SUPPORT DREXEL'S ROLE AS THE REGIONAL LEADER OF ADVANCED FUNCTIONAL FABRICS OF AMERICA'S NETWORK OF FABRIC DISCOVERY CENTERS. THE PENNSYLVANIA FABRIC DISCOVERY CENTER (PA FDC) IS RESPONDING TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC BY DEVELOPING AND PRODUCING NEW TYPES OF MASKS AND RESPIRATORS.DURING FY20, DREXEL UNIVERSITY CONDUCTED RESEARCH ON THE FOLLOWING RESEARCH GRANTS:FEDERALLY SPONSORED RESEARCH - 942 GRANTSSTATE OF PENNSYLVANIA SPONSORED RESEARCH - 114 GRANTSCITY OF PHILADELPHIA CONTRACTS - 19 GRANTSPRIVATE FOUNDATION SPONSORED RESEARCH - 328 GRANTSINDUSTRY SPONSORED RESEARCH - 213 GRANTS


PATIENT CARE/PUBLIC SERVICEIT IS THE COLLEGE'S PATIENT CARE MISSION TO SERVE THE COMMUNITY THROUGH THE DELIVERY OF HIGH-QUALITY, COST-EFFECTIVE HEALTH CARE SERVICES, INCLUDING PROGRAMS OF HEALTH PROMOTION AND DISEASE PREVENTION. ALL CLINICAL SERVICES ARE PROVIDED WITH CAREFUL REGARD FOR THE INDIVIDUAL PATIENT AND THEIR FAMILY. DREXEL UNIVERSITY'S CLINICAL PRACTICES PROVIDE EXCEPTIONAL CARE IN HIV/AIDS, INFECTIOUS DISEASE, ADDICTION MEDICINE AND PSYCHIATRY.


INSTRUCTIONDREXEL IS A COMPREHENSIVE NATIONAL RESEARCH UNIVERSITY DEDICATED TO PROVIDING QUALITY UNDERGRADUATE, GRADUATE AND PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION FEATURING EXCELLENT ACADEMICS, STATE-OF-THE-ART TECHNOLOGY AND A FOCUS ON REAL-WORLD LEARNING AND SERVICE. THE UNIVERSITY'S RESEARCH ENTERPRISE WAS RECENTLY ELEVATED TO R1 STATUS IN THE CARNEGIE CLASSIFICATION OF INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION--A RANK THAT DENOTES THE HIGHEST LEVEL OF RESEARCH ACTIVITY, HELD BY JUST 37 PRIVATE UNIVERSITIES AROUND THE COUNTRY. THE UNIVERSITY DISCLOSED 84 TOTAL NEW INVENTIONS AND RECEIVED 36 NEW UNITED STATES PATENTS IN FISCAL YEAR 2020.THE UNIVERSITY'S MISSION SERVES TRADITIONAL, ADULT AND ONLINE STUDENTS. DREXEL OFFERS NATIONALLY ACCREDITED PROGRAMS THAT MEET THE CHANGING NEEDS OF SOCIETY, INCLUDING MORE THAN 80 BACHELOR'S DEGREE PROGRAMS AND MORE THAN 120 GRADUATE AND PROFESSIONAL DEGREE PROGRAMS ORGANIZED IN 15 COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS: COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES; SCHOOL OF BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING, SCIENCE AND HEALTH SYSTEMS; BENNETT S. LEBOW COLLEGE OF BUSINESS; COLLEGE OF COMPUTING & INFORMATICS; SCHOOL OF EDUCATION; COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING; CHARLES D. CLOSE SCHOOL OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP; GRADUATE COLLEGE; PENNONI HONORS COLLEGE; THOMAS R. KLINE SCHOOL OF LAW; ANTOINETTE WESTPHAL COLLEGE OF MEDIA ARTS & DESIGN; COLLEGE OF MEDICINE; COLLEGE OF NURSING AND HEALTH PROFESSIONS; RICHARD C. GOODWIN COLLEGE OF PROFESSIONAL STUDIES AND DANA AND DAVID DORNSIFE SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH. DREXEL'S STRATEGIC EFFORTS FOCUS ON INVESTING FURTHER IN ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE, SERVING MORE STUDENTS WHILE IMPROVING THE STUDENT EXPERIENCE AND ENHANCING THE UNIVERSITY'S GLOBAL IMPACT. OVER THE LAST 25 YEARS, DREXEL HAS GROWN TO BECOME AN ECONOMIC ENGINE FOR PHILADELPHIA, SERVING AS ONE OF THE CITY'S LARGEST EMPLOYERS, GENERATING MILLIONS OF DOLLARS IN WAGE TAXES, ATTRACTING EXTERNAL FUNDING FOR RESEARCH AND KEY REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS, INVESTING IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS, AND SUPPORTING IMPORTANT COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS.DREXEL'S ACADEMIC ENTERPRISE HELPS STRENGTHEN THE NEIGHBORHOODS AROUND ITS CAMPUSES. DREXEL IS THE LEAD ACADEMIC PARTNER IN THE APPLICATION AND IMPLEMENTATION PROCESS FOR THE FEDERAL PROMISE ZONE IN WEST PHILADELPHIA, ONE OF THE FIRST FIVE LOCATIONS CHOSEN FOR A WHITE HOUSE INITIATIVE TO DIRECT RESOURCES TO THE NATION'S MOST PERSISTENTLY POVERTY-STRICKEN COMMUNITIES. DREXEL HAS FOSTERED AN ENVIRONMENT OF INCLUSION AND HAS SET INCLUSION AS A STRATEGIC PRIORITY. DREXEL'S INCLUSIVE ENVIRONMENT RECOGNIZES AND RESPECTS PEOPLE OF ALL BACKGROUNDS AND EXPERIENCES AND WELCOMES ALL VIEWS AND OPINIONS. IN NOVEMBER 2020, A CENTER FOR BLACK CULTURE OPENED ITS DOORS. THE CENTER WAS ESTABLISHED TO INCREASE KNOWLEDGE, RECOGNITION AND RESPECT OF THE PEOPLE, HISTORIES AND CULTURES OF THE AFRICAN DIASPORA AND ITS MANY CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE WORLD, AND TO SERVE AS A HUB OF INFORMATION AND ACTIVITY. MOST RECENTLY, DREXEL'S DORNSIFE SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH ANNOUNCED IT WILL LAUNCH A CENTER ON RACISM AND HEALTH TO ELEVATE RESEARCH ON RACIAL INEQUALITY AND HEALTH DISPARITIES IN TRADITIONALLY UNDERREPRESENTED POPULATIONS. AS THE UNITED STATES TRANSITIONS TO AN INFORMATION ECONOMY AND HAS DEALT WITH UNPRECEDENTED CHALLENGES BROUGHT ON BY THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC, MANY JOBS REQUIRE THE CRITICAL THINKING AND INNOVATIVE PROBLEM-SOLVING SKILLS INSTILLED AT DREXEL. FOR 100 YEARS, DREXEL HAS EQUIPPED STUDENTS FOR THE REAL WORLD THROUGH OUR RENOWNED COOPERATIVE EDUCATION PROGRAM. DREXEL ESTABLISHED THE DREXEL SOLUTIONS INSTITUTE THAT HAS BECOME THE NEW GATEWAY FOR INDUSTRY PARTNERSHIPS--CONNECTING DREXEL'S 1,600 CO-OP EMPLOYERS, AS WELL AS OTHER BUSINESSES AND NONPROFITS, AND LINKING THEM TO DREXEL STUDENT TALENT, FACULTY EXPERTISE AND WORLD-CLASS RESOURCES. DREXEL HAS MADE A STRATEGIC COMMITMENT TO HELP IMPROVE THE NATION'S GLOBAL COMPETITIVENESS BY INCREASING STUDENTS' INTERNATIONAL ENGAGEMENT TO BUILD CULTURAL COMPETENCIES. IN RECENT YEARS, THE UNIVERSITY HAS GROWN THE NUMBER OF STUDY ABROAD OPPORTUNITIES BY MORE THAN A QUARTER AND THE NUMBER OF GLOBAL POSITIONS IN DREXEL'S SIGNATURE COOPERATIVE EDUCATION PROGRAM BY A THIRD, WHILE TRIPLING BOTH THE PROGRAMMING OF THE OFFICE OF INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS AND THE TOTAL NUMBER OF INITIATIVES AT DREXEL THAT SUPPORT CROSS-CULTURAL EDUCATION AND ENGAGEMENT.UNDERGRADUATE ENROLLMENT FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2019-2020 = 15,346GRADUATE AND PROFESSIONAL ENROLLMENT FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2019-2020 = 8,859 NUMBER OF DEGREES CONFERRED IN ACADEMIC YEAR 2019-2020: ASSOCIATE DEGREES = 0 BACHELOR'S DEGREES = 3,204 MASTER'S DEGREES = 2,260 DOCTORAL DEGREES = 658 CERTIFICATES AND OTHER = 388


RESEARCHDREXEL RESEARCHERS WORK ACROSS DISCIPLINES TO INCREASE THE WORLD'S STORE OF KNOWLEDGE AND TRANSLATE THAT NEW KNOWLEDGE INTO SOLUTIONS WITH TREMENDOUS POSITIVE IMPACT ON SOCIETY. TYPICALLY, THE UNIVERSITY RECEIVES ABOUT $110 MILLION PER YEAR IN RESEARCH EXPENDITURES, BUT ITS OUTPUT RIVALS THAT OF UNIVERSITIES THAT RECEIVE ANYWHERE FROM THREE TO FIVE TIMES THAT AMOUNT. DREXEL IS COMMITTED TO USING ITS RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGICAL EXPERTISE TO BECOME AN EVEN MORE POWERFUL ECONOMIC ENGINE FOR GREATER PHILADELPHIA, HELPING TO CREATE NEW HIGH-TECH BUSINESSES AND JOBS. DREXEL LAUNCHED TWO NEW ACCELERATOR PROGRAMS IN 2015, IN COLLABORATION WITH THE STATE-FUNDED BEN FRANKLIN TECHNOLOGY PARTNERS OF SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA AND THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA, TO HELP GROW NEW BUSINESSES IN TECHNOLOGY AND MEDICAL DEVICES AND THERAPEUTICS. THESE ACCELERATORS ARE AMONG THE FIRST BUILDING BLOCKS OF SCHUYLKILL YARDS, A DREXEL AND BRANDYWINE REALTY TRUST INITIATIVE TO DRIVE UNIVERSITY CITY'S ASCENDANCY AS A GLOBAL INNOVATION DISTRICT. DREXEL'S RESEARCHERS CONTINUE TO BUILD PARTNERSHIPS THAT ARE CRITICAL TO CREATING 21ST-CENTURY SOLUTIONS TO AMERICA'S CHALLENGES. IN APRIL 2016, THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE TAPPED DREXEL AS A KEY LEADER IN THE CREATION OF A $75 MILLION NATIONAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE THAT WILL SUPPORT AMERICAN TEXTILE MANUFACTURERS IN BRINGING SOPHISTICATED NEW MATERIALS AND TEXTILES TO THE MARKETPLACE. THE INSTITUTE, CALLED ADVANCED FUNCTIONAL FABRICS OF AMERICA, HAS BECOME A NATIONAL MANUFACTURING RESOURCE CENTER FOR INDUSTRY AND GOVERNMENT TO DRAW ON ACADEMIC EXPERTISE IN NEW FIBERS AND TEXTILES. THE RESULT WILL BE FABRICS ENGINEERED TO SEE, HEAR, SENSE AND COMMUNICATE; SERVING AN ARRAY OF INDUSTRIES INCLUDING AEROSPACE, APPAREL, ARCHITECTURE AND HEALTH. IN 2019, THE UNIVERSITY OPENED THE CENTER FOR FUNCTIONAL FABRICS AND THE PENNSYLVANIA FABRIC DISCOVERY CENTER. THE LATTER WAS CREATED TO SUPPORT DREXEL'S ROLE AS THE REGIONAL LEADER OF ADVANCED FUNCTIONAL FABRICS OF AMERICA'S NETWORK OF FABRIC DISCOVERY CENTERS. THE PENNSYLVANIA FABRIC DISCOVERY CENTER (PA FDC) IS RESPONDING TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC BY DEVELOPING AND PRODUCING NEW TYPES OF MASKS AND RESPIRATORS.DURING FY20, DREXEL UNIVERSITY CONDUCTED RESEARCH ON THE FOLLOWING RESEARCH GRANTS:FEDERALLY SPONSORED RESEARCH - 942 GRANTSSTATE OF PENNSYLVANIA SPONSORED RESEARCH - 114 GRANTSCITY OF PHILADELPHIA CONTRACTS - 19 GRANTSPRIVATE FOUNDATION SPONSORED RESEARCH - 328 GRANTSINDUSTRY SPONSORED RESEARCH - 213 GRANTS


PATIENT CARE/PUBLIC SERVICEIT IS THE COLLEGE'S PATIENT CARE MISSION TO SERVE THE COMMUNITY THROUGH THE DELIVERY OF HIGH-QUALITY, COST-EFFECTIVE HEALTH CARE SERVICES, INCLUDING PROGRAMS OF HEALTH PROMOTION AND DISEASE PREVENTION. ALL CLINICAL SERVICES ARE PROVIDED WITH CAREFUL REGARD FOR THE INDIVIDUAL PATIENT AND THEIR FAMILY. DREXEL UNIVERSITY'S CLINICAL PRACTICES PROVIDE EXCEPTIONAL CARE IN HIV/AIDS, INFECTIOUS DISEASE, ADDICTION MEDICINE AND PSYCHIATRY.


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Drexel University Vendors

Vendor Name (Service)Compensation
Aramark Services Inc
Food Service
$12,282,651
Mj Settelen Construction Llc
Construction Service
$6,163,678
Aramark Services Inc
Food Service
$12,282,651
Herman Goldner Co Inc
Mechanical Construction Service
$4,155,959
Allied Universal Security Services
Security Service
$5,542,123
Mj Settelen Construction Llc
Construction Service
$6,163,678
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Financial Statements

Statement of Revenue
Federated campaigns$16,572
Membership dues$0
Fundraising events$160,238
Related organizations$30,786,250
Government grants $106,785,788
All other contributions, gifts, grants, and similar amounts not included above$45,878,840
Noncash contributions included in lines 1a–1f $1,499,292
Total Revenue from Contributions, Gifts, Grants & Similar$183,627,688
Total Program Service Revenue$1,071,393,808
Investment income $23,103,035
Tax Exempt Bond Proceeds $0
Royalties $250,644
Net Rental Income $3,115,198
Net Gain/Loss on Asset Sales $32,118,441
Net Income from Fundraising Events -$76,701
Net Income from Gaming Activities $0
Net Income from Sales of Inventory $0
Miscellaneous Revenue$0
Total Revenue $1,329,522,543

Drexel University Grants Awarded

Over the last fiscal year, Drexel University has awarded $28,553,176 in support to 210 organizations.

Grant RecipientAmount

SCHOOL DISTRICT OF PHILA

PURPOSE: RESEARCH

$1,447,833

SCHOOL DISTRICT OF PHILA

PURPOSE: RESEARCH

$1,447,833

TRUSTEES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA

Org PageRecipient Profile

Philadelphia, PA

PURPOSE: RESEARCH

$924,054

TRUSTEES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA

Org PageRecipient Profile

Philadelphia, PA

PURPOSE: RESEARCH

$924,054

REGENTS OF UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA DAVIS

Org PageRecipient Profile

Davis, CA

PURPOSE: RESEARCH

$875,829

REGENTS OF UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA DAVIS

Org PageRecipient Profile

Davis, CA

PURPOSE: RESEARCH

$875,829
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Drexel University Grants Recieved

Over the last fiscal year, we have identified 46 grants that Drexel University has recieved totaling $893,903.

Awarding OrganizationAmount
Pennsylvania Interest On Lawyer Trust Account Board

Harrisburg, PA

PURPOSE: LEGAL ASSISTANCE

$177,800
Jewish Communal Fund

New York, NY

PURPOSE: General support

$100,000
$100,000
American Online Giving Foundation Inc

Newark, DE

PURPOSE: GENERAL SUPPORT

$88,513
William B And Edith Crane Memorial Scholarship Fund

Pittsburgh, PA

PURPOSE: GENERAL OPERATING

$60,417
Jacob E Heyl 6-40609 Nect

Pittsburgh, PA

PURPOSE: GENERAL SUPPORT

$54,884
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Endowment Analysis

Beg. Balance$752,404,000
Earnings$14,818,000
Net Contributions$8,682,000
Other Expense$23,351,000
Grants$9,657,000
Ending Balance$742,896,000

Drexel University Peer Organizations

Organization NameAssets
Fordham University
Bronx, NY
$936,054,028
Rochester Institute Of Technology
Rochester, NY
$849,584,640
St Johns University New York
Jamaica, NY
$810,687,746
University Of Dayton
Dayton, OH
$747,930,230
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Troy, NY
$653,047,178
Villanova University
Villanova, PA
$644,725,997
The New School
New York, NY
$558,997,855
Hofstra University
Hempstead, NY
$592,927,157
Rockefeller University
New York, NY
$455,447,251
Lehigh University
Bethlehem, PA
$506,773,429
American University Of Beirut
New York, NY
$608,300,843
Seton Hall University
South Orange, NJ
$456,494,000

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