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Drexel Libraries Student Orientation Guide

University Resources for Students

At the Libraries, we remain committed to helping you stay connected and supported to meet your personal, academic, and career goals. We want you to know about the many campus resources and support services available to you throughout your career at Drexel:

  • Center for Learning and Academic Success Services (CLASS) has offices on the University City and Center City campuses and supports Drexel University students' efforts to achieve their academic goals through a variety of services, including academic coaching, tutoring, workshops, and events.
  • Disability Resources empowers individuals who have documented disabilities by working together proactively to provide reasonable accommodations. Disability Resources also provides education and guidance across the broad University community.
  • Drexel English Language Center offers programs and services to meet the academic, professional and personal needs of adult English language learners. The English Language Center's Tutoring and Language Support Office currently offers free, one-on-one tutoring to any Drexel student for whom English is a second language.
  • Drexel Writing Center helps all members of the Drexel community think through and develop their writing projects, primarily through one-on-one consultations with Peer Readers, Graduate Writing Consultants and Faculty Readers. They provide individualized support for writers working on any kind of writing and welcome contact at any stage of the writing process.
  • Food Resources: Drexel University offers the Feed A Dragon program and additional public resources to help support students who may be managing issues with food insecurity. 
  • Office of Counseling and Health Services provides support to students with personal, physical, and psychological challenges that interfere with their ability to complete their academic goals; educates students to embrace good health practices; offers programs and services that help students maintain good health; and functions as a resource for faculty and staff.
  • Student Emergency Fund: The SEF (Student Emergency Fund) was established to support students who are in need of immediate financial assistance due to unexpected emergency expenses. 

For more information, visit the Drexel Student Life website or visit the University's Resources for Students page.