Sprawled across three campuses within Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Drexel University is perhaps most famous for matching a tremendous 98.2% of its 17,000 undergraduates with employers in their field for up to three periods of full-time co-op experience before graduation. A consistent technological leader, Drexel created the first-ever mobile Web portal service for students in 2002, and gives back to its surrounding community via a commitment to becoming “the most civically engaged university in the United States” [President John A. Fry]. But don’t ever say the Drexel Dragons don’t know how to have fun, too. It was on this campus that the Guinness World Record for the largest architectural videogame display was set, when Frank Lee programmed Pong to be played on the side of the 29-story Cira Center building in 2013! Students can also participate in any of more than 300 special-interest organizations, 18 Division I NCAA sports, five choral groups or several active theatre and dance companies, and when they’re out of gas, they can visit Jersey, the nation’s only permanent university therapy dog, to cuddle and de-stress. Drexel’s loaded with unique student experiences like these, providing a stimulating and rewarding environment for higher learning.