Presence & Purpose
The Dornsife Center’s programs will place Drexel’s resources and expertise within easy reach of local residents, helping them improve their lives and sustain a stronger neighborhood. Current plans range from a law clinic and computer lab to wellness programs and a community kitchen.Read More
By supporting the Dornsife Center, you can become a partner in its mission. Drexel seeks to raise $10 million to help renovate the site, modernize the infrastructure, equip it with current technology, and sustain its operating expenses during these crucial startup years.Read More
DORNSIFE AT A GLANCE
Number of acres the Center occupies at 3509 Spring Garden Street
Philip Lindy, the driving force behind Drexel’s Lindy Center for Civic Engagement, secured this property for the University.
Drexel colleges and schools to be involved with the Dornsife Center
Students, faculty, and staff from all of Drexel’s colleges and schools are invited to collaborate in the Center’s development and programming.
Square footage in our 3 buildings
The Dornsife Center is a comfortable, welcoming space with ample room for programs that target the needs of local children, adults, and senior citizens.
Fundraising goal for the Dornsife Center
Alumnus Dana Dornsife and her husband, David, generously gave $10 million to establish the Center, an amount Drexel is now working to match with additional private giving.