Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Accessibility
The Drexel University Libraries is committed to the value of inclusion. We strictly adhere to and enforce the University’s diversity policies and procedures, and all Libraries staff work to promote, support and sustain an environment of diversity, equality, fairness, inclusion, and respect. Please contact us with any comments or concerns about diversity and inclusion in the Drexel Libraries.
As part of the University's efforts to dismantle racism in policies and practices, the Drexel University Libraries engages in service and teaching that challenges oppressive and unjust forces. We also recognize that information sources may have inherent biases that reflect the primarily white, cis-male viewpoint that permeates American society and academia. The Libraries upholds Drexel University’s core values by curating diverse information sources and programming that creates an inclusive environment and prepares students to become purpose-driven agents of change as we focus our collective expertise on creating a more equitable society.
Accessibility in the Drexel Libraries
The Drexel University Libraries is committed to providing equal access to information to all students, faculty, staff, and members of the Drexel community. Whenever possible, the Libraries will select and acquire resources and technologies that are accessible to all in full compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. For those parts of the historical collections that are not accessible, the Libraries is committed to providing reasonable accommodations and timely access in appropriately reformatted media that are accessible to disabled Libraries users.
Read more about the Libraries’ services for people with disabilities on the Services page.