New Student Orientation consists of a packed two-day schedule for incoming freshmen to learn more about becoming Drexel students. The Libraries participate annually in orientation sessions, providing information about library services, resources and staff.
For summer 2012 sessions, a memorable and interactive presentation aims to leave students with a positive impression of the Libraries and library staff. Prepared by Librarian for Undergraduate Learning Nancy Bellafante, the presentation is designed with the understanding that students will likely not retain all of the information they hear. So, her presentation focuses on getting students to understand that the Libraries provides many important services and resources that will help them to succeed.
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The Drexel campus is flooded with new faces this summer, as new students and their parents attend orientation sessions
We’re so excited to see Drexel’s newest class around campus today. We’ll be meeting up with you over at the Library Learning Terrace this afternoon. Meanwhile, stop in at Hagerty Library for some quiet time and cooled air. And learn your way around while it’s quiet. Tell your family members to come by too.
The Bookmark Café has been restored to its pre-orientation furniture arrangement, and we hope this makes for a more comfortable area for you.
During new student orientation we had kind of an odd seating arrangement in the café to accommodate the hundreds of incoming first-years who swarmed through Hagerty Library twice a week. We really appreciate your patience with the whole p
Drexel Library is very excited to be meeting all the upcoming new students during orientation activities. On Mondays and Thursdays, 2:00-5:30p.m., now through August 5th, we'll be greeting new students in Hagerty's Bookmark Café. The café will be open to all, but if you are in there during that time, please try to stay toward the 33rd street side of the café. Otherwise you'll be deluged with orienteers and librarians.