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Drexel Buildings, 1891 - present

University City Campus

Building Function Completed
Main Building Administration 1891
Randell Hall Engineering 1901
Curtis Hall Engineering 1928
Ross Commons (formerly Early Childhood Center) Domestic Science 1928*
Van Rensselaer Hall Dormitory 1931
Alumni Engineering Labs Engineering 1951
Stratton Hall Biological Sciences 1955
Korman Center (formerly University Library)  Information Science and Technology; Education 1959
Rush Building Information Science and Technology; Library Science     1961*
Creese Student Center (formerly Drexel Activities Center) Student Center 1962
Commonwealth Hall Mathematics; Biomedical Engineering, Science 1963
Friel Fieldhouse Athletics 1963
Abbotts Building Environmental Engineering; Science 1964*
Disque Hall College of Science 1967
Electrical Service Building Support Services 1967
Kelly Hall Dormitory 1967
Drexel Health Center Health 1968*
English Language Center Student Services 1969*
Nesbitt Hall Home Economics 1970
Applied Mechanics Building Engineering 1971
Hess Research Engineering Laboratory Engineering 1971*
General Services and Parking Administration; Parking 1972
Calhoun Hall Dormitory 1972
Mandell Theater Performance 1973
MacAlister Hall (formerly Educational Activities Center) Humanities and Social Science 1973
Daskalakis Athletic Center (formerly Physical Education Center)     Athletics 1975
Security Building Support Services 1976*
Myers Hall Dormitory 1977
Neuropsychology Laboratory (also known as the PSA Building) Research 1977*
W.W. Hagerty Library Library 1983
3210 Cherry Street Student Services 1986*
Design Arts Annex Art and Design 1986*
New Tower Residence Hall (also known as Towers) Dormitory 1986
3201 Arch St Support Services 1988*
Academic Building
    (formerly Paul Peck Problem Solving and Research Building)
Administration 1988*
LeBow Engineering Center Engineering 1989
Center for Automation Technology Instructional 1990
Handschumacher Dining Hall Student Services 1990
One Drexel Plaza Evening and Professional Studies 1993*
North Residence Hall Dormitory 1999
Peck Alumni Center Museum, Gallery 1999*
Caneris Residence Hall (formerly East Hall) Dormitory 2000
Pearlstein Business Learning Center Business 2002
University Crossings Computer Science; Cinema and Television 2002*
Bossone Research Enterprise Center Scientific Research; Biomedical Engineering 2005
College of Law Building Law 2007
Race Street Residences Dormitory 2007
Millennium Hall Dormitory 2009
URBN Center Media Arts and Design 2009*
Drexel Recreation Center Athletics and Recreation 2010
James E. Marks Intercultural Center (formerly Newman Center) Interfaith Spiritual Center 2010*
Constantine N. Papadakis Integrated Sciences Building Academic 2011
Gerri C. LeBow Hall   Academic 2013

* Year building was acquired or year Drexel use began in the case of leased space.

Note:
This is not a comprehensive list and does not include all leased properties or buildings outside Philadelphia.
For questions about Drexel buildings, contact archives@drexel.edu.

See also:
Drexel University Planning, Design & Construction.
Interactive campus map with further information about Drexel buildings

Sources:
Kotzin, Miriam N. A History of Drexel University, 1941-1963. Philadelphia: Drexel University, 1983.
Drexel University Alumni Directory. Purchase, NY: Bernard C. Harris Publishing Company, 2001.

Center City Hahnemann Campus

Building Name Function
207 N. Board Street Private Practice
219 N Broad Street Private Practice
221 N. Broad Street Private Practice
Berman M.D. Building College of Medicine
North Tower Hospital (Main Entrance)
South Tower Hospital Complex
Bobst Building Hospital Complex
Myer Feinstein Hospital Complex
New College Building Instructional, Administration, Library, Laboratories College of Nursing and Health Professionals
Bellet Building School of Public Health and Enrollment Management
Franklin Office Center Administrative
Stiles Alumni Hall Student Services
SHSH Building Health Sciences and Humanities
Hahnemann Garage Parking
Philadelphia Gateway Parking Garage Parking

Queen Lane Campus

Building Name Function
Ann Preston Hall Administrative
Woman's Medical Hospital (formerly MCP Hospital) Hospital
Parking Garage Parking

History, from the Drexel University College of Medicine Archives and Special Collections website:

In 1995 the medical schools of the Medical College of Pennsylvania and Hahnemann University were merged under a parent organization, the Allegheny Health, Education and Research Foundation, or AHERF. In 1996, the institutions were fully merged and united as Allegheny University of the Health Sciences (AUHS). 1998 saw the decline of AHERF, which resulted in a new name for the university: MCP Hahnemann University School of Medicine (MCPHU). Drexel University operated MCPHU until it became a wholly-owned subsidiary of Drexel on July 1, 2002, now known as Drexel University College of Medicine.