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Center for Jewish Life

Raymond G. Perelman Center for Jewish Life Dedicated – October 26, 2016 

The Raymond G. Perelman Center for Jewish Life will be the first freestanding facility in Drexel’s history devoted to enhancing the religious, cultural and social experiences of Jewish students at the University. Jewish undergraduates at Drexel are currently estimated to total 900 individuals, or 7 percent of the undergraduate population. In a recent study of the top 60 public and private colleges and universities chosen by Jewish students, Drexel ranked 59th. While proud to be on the list, this ranking suggests Drexel has plenty of room to grow.


You can leave a lasting mark on the Raymond G. Perelman Center for Jewish Life by buying an engraved brick for the Cozen Family Terrace in the front of the building.

Please click here to download an order form for your personalized brick.

Or,  order your brick online by clicking on this link:

Order by June 1, 2017 for installation of your brick by fall 2017.

All proceeds will benefit Hillel of Drexel University’s student programming.