W. W. Hagerty Library
W. W. Hagerty Library is located on Drexel’s Main Campus in University City, Philadelphia. Named after former Drexel University President William Walsh Hagerty, the library opened in 1983 and presently houses over 300,000 phsyical items, periodicals, DVDs, videos and the University Archives. The collection’s strengths reflect the University City Campus: engineering, business, information science, and design and media arts, as well as general science, humanities and social sciences.
The W. W. Hagerty Library location also houses the newly-renovated Bookmark Café, which boasts café-style seating and is open around the clock.
Hahnemann Library is one of the University’s Health Sciences Libraries and is located in Center City, Philadelphia on the first and second floors of the New College Building. The collection supports the curricula of the College of Nursing and Health Professions and the College of Medicine, including materials in clinical medicine and basic sciences.
Hahnemann Library has a space available 24-hours a day for Drexel University students, faculty, staff and residents and also reserves group study rooms.
Queen Lane Library
Queen Lane Library is one of the University’s Health Sciences Libraries and is located in the East Falls section of Philadelphia. The library houses books, journals and other materials to support the educational needs of students in the first two years of medical school as well as the research needs of the basic sciences departments. The collection focuses on the basic sciences, including research literature in biochemistry, microbiology/immunology, neuroscience, physiology, molecular biology and cell biology. There is also a core collection of books on clinical medicine.
Queen Lane library has study areas that are accessible 24-hours a day for the use of Drexel University students, faculty, staff and residents.
Library Learning Terrace
The Library Learning Terrace is an innovative new learning environment located in the heart of the student residential district of Drexel's Main Campus. Opened in 2011, the Terrace offers a flexible space for up to 75 students to work individually or in groups.
The Legal Resource Center
The Legal Resource Center (LRC) supports the educational needs of students at the Earle Mack School of Law at Drexel University. The LRC is located on Drexel University’s main campus in University City, Philadelphia.
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Last Updated: 07/14/2014