The Dragon Card machine needs to be fixed so I can print for 10 cents and not 25. Also, the copiers should be fixed. Thanks!
Thanks for letting us know. When copiers, cards readers, etc. are broken, we jump into action to get them fixed as soon as someone alerts us to the problem.
The Dragon Card system is temporarily down, which means that printing from your card's going to be a little tough. If you've got something to print, please go to the circulation desk, where they will call up your file and you can pay.
Thanks for your patience.
The Dragon Funds Add Value machines located at the Queen Lane Library and in Hahnemann Library's 24-hour study room are now working. The machines do seem to have difficulties reading some Dragon Cards; if your card produces an error message, please visit the Dragon Card Office for assistance.
If you're an online student you may already know about the library services we offer from a distance.
But if you can make it to any of our libraries we'd love to have you. To get in during restricted times, and to get all the services you're entitled to as a student, you'll need your Dragon Card.
Maybe you’ve got a big pile of library fines and you need to borrow a laptop. Or maybe you left your Dragon card in your dorm, and you’re meeting your classmates in the library in 5 minutes.
Need a quick fix? Using someone else’s Dragon card is not the answer!
If you use someone else’s Dragon card, or if you let someone else use yours, you are misusing a card. This is a violation of Drexel’s Student Conduct and Community Standards, and you will get in serious trouble.
I noticed that when I swiped my wallet going through security, my driver’s license came up on the computer screen. Why is Drexel Security “looking” through my wallet? Do you read my credit card, debit card, and health insurance information? Drexel ID is the only thing you should “look” at.
Winter term exam week is coming! Hagerty Library will go to 24 hour / 7-day-a-week access beginning Thursday March 12th for exams. During this time Hagerty will be open only to current Drexel students, faculty & staff. You MUST have a current DragonCard to enter the building during the 24/7 period. Hagerty will re-open to alumni and members of the general public on March 23rd.