Drexel University has three campuses in Philadelphia:
Center City, Queen Lane, and University City. There is a
library location on each campus. Although the Queen Lane
Library will likely be the most convenient location during
your first two years of medical school, you are welcome
to use any of our locations, just bring your DragonCard.
Queen Lane Library is in the middle of the Queen Lane campus building, directly ahead as you walk in the main entrance.
Study spaces in Queen Lane Library are available 24/7. The Queen Lane Library hours apply to staffed hours, during which book checkouts are available. You will find more detailed information about Queen Lane Library on the next page.
Queen Lane Campus, C Wing
2900 Queen Lane, Philadelphia, PA 19129
Resources: preclinical sciences plus microbiology, immunology, & neuroscience research; core medical texts
Hahnemann Library is on the 1st and 2nd floor of the New College Building in Center City at 15th and Vine St.
The 1st floor study spaces are available 24/7.
Center City Campus, New College
Building 245 N 15th St, Philadelphia, PA
Resources: medicine, nursing, allied health & health professions, biochemistry, physiology, & pharmacology research
W. W. Hagerty Library is located at 33rd and Market St in University City. This is the primary library used by our undergraduate students.
W. W. Hagerty Library has two quiet study areas, one on the lower level and one on the 2nd floor, immediately to the left as you go up or down the stairs from the main entrance. The 24/7 space available at Hagerty Library is the Dragon Learning Den.
University City Campus
33rd & Market St. Philadelphia, PA 19104
Resources: engineering, business, information science, education, media arts and design, general science, humanities, public health, social sciences, etc.