Materials from Students & Alumni/ae
The University Archives also collects materials from Drexel’s individual students and alumni/ae. These materials shed light on student life, academic experiences at Drexel, and how time at Drexel shaped the lives and careers of alumnae/i after college.
Typical materials accepted by the University Archives include:
- Materials that describe or document your personal experience at Drexel, such as scrapbooks, diaries, photographs, audiovisuals, and correspondence with faculty, administrators, fellow students, and family
- Course materials such as lab notebooks, term papers, and course projects (if the creator is yourself or is deceased)
- Memorabilia such as event flyers, sports programs, and campus publications
- Materials that document life and work after Drexel, especially if related to the Drexel experience
Please note that, in most cases, the Archives does not accept Lexerd yearbooks, as we already have multiple copies of most—but not all—issues.
If you have records you would like to transfer or donate, please check with us first by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org so we can discuss the materials and ensure they are a good fit for the University Archives.