The Drexel Libraries is a great place to relax and work between classes!
The W. W. Hagerty Library is located in the heart of the University City campus at 33rd & Market Street and is home to the Dragons' Learning Den, the Libraries' 24/7 study space. You can reserve a group study room, print, charge your devices, browse the stacks or grab a snack in the Dragons' Learning Den.
Located in the W. W. Hagerty Library, the Dragons' Learning Den is a flexible study space where you can work in groups or alone. The Den is open 24/7, even when the main library is closed for the day. To enter the Den after normal library hours, simply enter through the outside doors closest to 33rd & Ludlow Streets. You'll need to scan your Drexel ID on the card reader to the left of the doors in order to enter the space.
Need a place to study near the dorms? Come to the Library Learning Terrace, another library study space conveniently located near the dorms at 33rd & Race Streets (behind Race Hall). This innovative learning environment is perfect for group work and offers movable chairs, tables, white boards, and a projector.
And remember our website, library.drexel.edu, the place to go to get millions of online books, newspapers, journals and magazines for your coursework and research papers.