It’s time to celebrate the graduates of Drexel Engineering!
Graduates, congratulations on your achievement. And to family and friends, we acknowledge the support you have given to your student as an important part of their journey.
On June 9, the College of Engineering commencement was held via livestream. The ceremony included remarks from University President John Fry, Dean Sharon Walker, keynote speaker Anne Stevens, and our student speakers, Rasheem Clark and Zhengqiao Zhao.
Graduates and their families are invited to join one of the celebrations held by our academic departments. Dates and times, and links are available.
Share your kudos with a photo or video through the college’s online graduation message board. Also, be sure to use the college’s dedicated hashtag, #ForeverDragoneers, along with the University’s #ForeverDragons, when you post on social media!
Read Dean Sharon Walker’s message to the community leading up to this important day.
Words of Wisdom from Graduates
Schedule of Events
|Mechanical Engineering and Mechanics Celebration||Sun., June 6||3 p.m.|
|Materials Science and Engineering Celebration||Tue., June 8||4:30 p.m.|
|Engineering Leadership and Society Celebration||Tue., June 8||7 p.m.|
|College of Engineering Ceremony||Wed., June 9||10 a.m.|
|Electrical and Computer Engineering Celebration||Wed., June 9||12:15 p.m.|
|Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering Celebration||Wed., June 9||5:30 p.m.|
|Chemical and Biological Engineering Celebration||Thu., June 10||8 p.m.|
|Doctoral Celebration||Fri., June 11||11 a.m.|
|University Ceremony||Fri., June 11||7:30 p.m|
Engineering trailblazer Anne Stevens ’80 will address graduates at the College of Engineering Commencement.
Rasheem Clark, a first-generation college student, knows that leaning on your support network can give you the strength you need to take risks. He will address the Class of 2021 as the College’s undergraduate commencement speaker.
Drexel helped Zhengqiao Zhao find his passion in data analysis, and now he’s ready to help machine learning and AI revolutionize industries. He will address the Class of 2021 as the College’s graduate commencement speaker.