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W. W. Hagerty Library

Today: Open 24 Hours

Archives & Special Collections

Today: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Library Learning Terrace

Today: Closed

Hahnemann Library

Today: 7:30 AM - 9:00 PM

Queen Lane Library

Today: 12:30 PM - 4:30 PM

Group Study Room

group study room

Small rooms are available within each of the Drexel University Libraries for use by groups of students requiring conversation for group project work or studying. Because this type of work is frequently necessary for Drexel University assignments, cooperation is needed to extend the use of the rooms to as many students as possible.

  • Use of all group study rooms is limited to Drexel University students, faculty and staff with current validated University ID.
  • Food, beverages and smoking are prohibited in group study rooms.
  • Please do not leave library materials in group study rooms; do not leave personal belongings unattended.

Procedures and conditions of use may vary across libraries in order to accommodate the needs of the primary users of that site.

Hagerty Library

Rooms are available for group use, accommodating from 2 to 12 people. All study rooms have either a chalkboard or a white board.

Reserve a Hagerty Group Study Room online. (Drexel University patrons only)

  • Room locations:

Level

Group Study Rooms

Lower

L15, L16, L17, L18, L20A, L20B, L26, L27, L28

First

125, 126, 127

Second

215, 216, 217, 219A, 219B, 220, 221, 222, 226, 227

  • Chalk and erasers are available for blackboard use. These supplies can be obtained from the Circulation Desk.

Hahnemann Library

The Hahnemann Library has 10 study rooms accommodating from 4 to 14 people.

Reserve a Hahnemann Group Study Room online. (Drexel University patrons only)

  • Study rooms can be reserved in advance in person at the Circulation Desk or by phone at 215-762-7631 . A study room can only be reserved by a group of four or more, for a maximum of three hours.
  • Groups are expected to arrive on time, and use rooms for the period reserved. If a group is more than ten minutes late, its reservation will be voided and the room made available to other groups.
  • Groups are limited to two reservations per week, unless they make special arrangements with Library staff.
  • If a study room is not booked, or if the group that has reserved the room does not include at least four people, then the room is considered a common study area.
  • Study rooms are equipped with white boards; dry-erase markers may be requested at the Circulation Desk.

Queen Lane Library

The Queen Lane Library has 5 study rooms, accommodating up to 4 people.

  • No reservations are taken for use of study rooms; students are expected to comply with the following priorities for use of rooms:
    • A tutor and tutee have first precedence.
    • A group studying or working together has second precedence.
    • A room not in use for either of these purposes may be used for individual study.
  • One room houses the videodisc player used for histology study; use of the videodisc player takes precedence over other use of that particular room.
  • Study rooms are equipped with white boards; dry-erase markers are provided in each room.

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