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Drexel Libraries Student Orientation Guide


Welcome to the Drexel University Libraries!

This guide serves as a virtual orientation to the Drexel Libraries' resources and services for students

Whether you want to schedule a virtual consultation with an expert librarian, check out a book or DVD for your own enjoyment, attend a DUL event or workshop, or find a quiet place to study, we encourage you to take advantage of all the Libraries' facilities, resources and services throughout your career at Drexel.

On behalf of the Drexel Libraries, we wish you a very warm welcome, Dragons!

Self-Guided Tour: W. W. Hagerty Library

Welcome! The best way to get to know the Drexel University Libraries' resources, services and spaces is by exploring! Next time you're on campus, we hope you'll stop by and take our self-guided tour of the W. W. Hagerty Library. We have printed tour sheets at the Service Desk, or you can click the link below to download a copy of the self-guided tour.

Explore the W. W. Hagerty Library

The W. W. Hagerty Library is located in the heart of Drexel's University City campus at 33rd & Market Streets. As you tour the building, you'll find lots of different seating options, equipment you can use, and friendly staff who are here to support you throughout your career at Drexel.

Remember: we're online too! Be sure to take a "tour" of our website (, where you can find e-books and journals, reserve a group study room, chat online with a librarian, and much more.