Life at Jefferson

Yeo Writing Prize Amplifies the Voices of Jefferson’s LGBTQ+ Community
Storytelling and poetry can draw people together and create understanding.
Photos and Recap: Class of 2024 Honored at Commencement
The 2,600-plus graduates will lead with ‘courage, creativity and commitment.’
Celebrating the Class of 2024
With bright futures, graduating students reflect on their time at Jefferson.
How You Can Help Mitigate Climate Change
For Earth Day and beyond, consider these 10 small steps to help the environment.
Jefferson Students Prepared for Next Career Step
The University’s First Destination Report shows undergraduates achieve a 97% employment and grad school success rate.
Jefferson Debuts Its New-Look Mascot as Part of Bicentennial Celebration
Reimagined with the help of the brains behind the Phillie Phanatic and Gritty, Phil the Ram returns to center stage.
Meet Keith Prewitt, Jefferson’s VP of Enterprise Public Safety and Security
“Every day is a training day, regardless of your tenure, title or scope of responsibility,” says the former Secret Service deputy director.
Inspiring the Next Generation of Physicians: Black Men in White Coats
A new student organization at Sidney Kimmel Medical College aims to improve health outcomes and inspire future Black physicians.
23 Memorable Jefferson Moments for 2023
The Nexus looks back at some of the biggest stories from the past year.
Empowering Dreams: Event Celebrates Jefferson’s First-Generation Students
The University aims to foster community, resources and recognition.
Tom Shirley Announces Retirement From Athletic Director Role
While leaving this role, Shirley will remain head coach of the women’s basketball team.