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Hahnemann Library

About

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 primarily supports the curricula of the College of Nursing and Health Professions, and portions of the College of Medicine including materials in clinical medicine and basic sciences. Hahnemann Library has reservable group study rooms and a space available 24-hours a day for Drexel University students, faculty, staff and residents.

A valid photo ID (Dragon Card, Drivers License, University ID, Passport, etc) is required to enter Hahnemann Library.

Location

  • View a Center City Campus map
  • Physical Address: New College Building at the intersection of 15th Vine Streets, Philadelphia PA
  • Mailing Address: 1st and 2nd floors, New College Building, 245 N. 15th St. Philadelphia, PA 19102

Parking

Some metered on-street parking is available in the vicinity of Hahnemann Library. Also, there are numerous hourly-pay parking garages in the immediate area.

Public Transit

Hahnemann Library is easily accessible from SEPTA. Amtrak. PATCO and New Jersey Transit and is only a 15 minute walk from Philadelphia’s Suburban Station, which connects most major public transportation routes.

The University Shuttle Bus provides transportation for members of the Drexel Community between all campuses.

Library Learning Terrace

About

The Library Learning Terrace is an innovative learning environment located in the heart of the student residential district of Drexel’s Main Campus. Opened in 2011, the Terrace offers a space for up to 75 students to work individually or in groups and includes movable chairs, tables, writing boards, as well as projector, Mediascape work station, and one wall completed treated as a writing surface. Though no staff other than a security guard are constantly present, librarians and other tutors schedule programs and consultations in this space where students can arrange furnishings to meet their work activities.

A Drexel University Dragon Card is required to enter the Library Learning Terrace

Location

Parking

A parking garage is located on 34th Street between Chestnut and Market Streets for a flat fee. Metered parking is also available. Please be mindful of all posted signs when using metered parking. Chestnut Street only allows metered parking until 3 PM.

Public Transit

The Library Learning Terrace is easily accessible from SEPTA ‘s Regional Rail, Green Line Trolleys and Market Frankford (blue) subway line, PATCO. Amtrak and New Jersey Transit. The Library Learning Terrace is less than a 10 minute walk from 30th Street Station.

The University Shuttle Bus provides transportation for members of the Drexel Community between all campuses.

Queen Lane Library

About

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.

A valid photo ID (Dragon Card, Drivers License, University ID, Passport, etc) is required to enter Queen Lane Library.

Location

  • View a Queen Lane Campus Map
  • Physical Address: 1st floor, Drexel University College of Medicine Campus, 2900 Queen Lane, Philadelphia, PA 19129

Parking

Parking in the Visitor’s Lot is available. Turn right from the driveway entrance. On street parking is also available, but subject to limitations in certain areas.

Public Transit

Public transportation options include Septa ’s Chestnut Hill West regional rail line, with a the Queen Lane stop directly across from the campus, the Septa 32 Bus or Septa R Bus. If taking the bus, exit at Queen Lane and walk two blocks northeast to campus.

The University Shuttle Bus provides transportation for members of the Drexel Community between all campuses.

W. W. Hagerty Library

About

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 books, 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 Bookmark Café, which has café-style seating, is where meals are allowed to be consumed in the library, and is open around the clock.

A valid photo ID (Dragon Card, Drivers License, University ID, Passport, etc) is required to enter Hahnemann Library.

Location

  • View a University City Campus map
  • Physical Address: Intersection of 33rd Market Streets, Philadelphia PA
  • Mailing Address: 3141 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia PA 19104-2816

Parking

A parking garage is located on 34th Street between Chestnut and Market Streets for a flat fee of $12 per day. Metered parking is also available. Please be mindful of all posted signs when using metered parking. Chestnut Street only allows metered parking until 3 PM.

Public Transit

W. W. Hagerty Library is easily accessible from SEPTA ‘s Regional Rail, Green Line Trolleys and Market Frankford (blue) subway line, PATCO. Amtrak and New Jersey Transit. The Library is at the intersection of 33rd and Market Streets less than a 10 minute walk from 30th Street Station.

The University Shuttle Bus provides transportation for members of the Drexel Community between all campuses.





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