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Alumni Access

Please allow alumni to access some of the journals from home. Driving down to Philadelphia just to access the journal from Drexel’s computers is just wasting people’s time and gas.

Thanks for your comment. The cost of database subscriptions is based on the number of users—and the more we can control the number, the more databases and information we can provide. Although we would love to offer access to our subscriptions to our alumni, doing so would significantly increase our costs, causing a decrease in the number of resources available to our current students and faculty.

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