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Students working on the ground floor of W. W. Hagerty Library.

As the Drexel student body continues to grow in quantity and quality, so does the need for library resources and spaces so that the Libraries can maintain its critical role in advancing Drexel University as a comprehensive research university focused on the rapidly changing needs of the 21st century learner. Your generosity will support the Libraries' ability to serve as collaborators in education and research and active participants in fostering intentional learning outside of the classroom, both in physical and virtual spaces.

Invest in the Libraries

Libraries are the place where learners and researchers at all levels and from all disciplines can gather, collaborate and explore. A gift to the Libraries is not just an investment in the organization, but an investment in Drexel - in faculty research, in student learning, in the surrounding community and in the preservation of Drexel history.

Donate a Piece of Drexel history

You can help preserve the history of Drexel University by donating materials to the Archives, sharing your Drexel experience through an oral history recording, or submitting published papers and research materials to iDEA. For more information on ways to get involved, visit the What We Collect website. 

Gifts in Kind

Drexel University Libraries welcomes occasional gifts of print materials that uniquely support the University’s academic curriculum. Potential donors should contact the appropriate discipline focused Liaison Librarian about possible gifts of print materials. Drexel University Libraries appreciates the generosity of donors who help build the intellectual store of knowledge that supports the institution's educational mission.