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Printing, Scanning & Computing

Students studying at carrels in the W. W. Hagerty Library.

COVID-19 UPDATE (last update: July 12, 2021): Access to desktop computers, printing and scanning is currently available in the W. W. Hagerty Library and the Hahnemann Library.

Visit our COVID-19 page for the latest information about our facilities, resources and services.


The Drexel Libraries provides access to desktop and laptop computers for use within library locations as well as portable power chargers, printers, scanners, copiers, headphones, projectors, video adapters, computer mice, USB thumb drives and Ethernet cords. Equipment is provided to enable access to electronic resources for members of the Drexel community.

W. W. Hagerty Library

COVID-19 UPDATE (last update: July 12, 2021): Access to desktop computers, printing and scanning is available at the W. W. Hagerty Library. Visit our COVID-19 page for the latest information about our facilities, resources and services.


Desktop computers are available for use on the lower level in classrooms L13-C and L14. The classrooms are available for general use when they are not in use for teaching; the schedule for these rooms can be viewed online.

All computers provide full Internet access, as well as Microsoft Office applications; many specialized software applications are also available in the computer labs/classrooms.

  • Laptops: Laptops are available for checkout at the Circulation Desk (1st floor) and the 24/7 Laptop Kiosk in the Dragons' Learning for use within the building. See the Equipment For Loan for more information.
  • Printing: All computers print to the library printers, which are located on the first floor. Clients can use their Dragon Card to pay at the printer or pay with cash or credit card at the Service Desk. For more details on printing in the W. W. Hagerty Library, see our printing procedures.
  • Scanning: Scanning stations are available on the first floor. Scanning is free of charge and scanned documents may be saved to a USB flash drive or sent to any email address.

Desktop computers require log-in with a Drexel University email ID and password; alumni may show appropriate ID to request guest access.

Hahnemann Library

COVID-19 UPDATE (last update: July 12, 2021): Access to printing, scanning, laptops and other shared supplies is available at Hahnemann Library. Visit our COVID-19 page for the latest information about our facilities, resources and services.


Computers, printers and scanners are available on the 1st and 2nd floors of the Library during normal library hours.

 All computers provide full Internet access, as well as access to Microsoft Office applications. Many specialized software applications are also available on the computers in computer classroom (room 1208), which is available for general use when not being used for classes. Click here to see the Hahnemann Library Computer Classroom schedule.

  • Laptops: Laptops are available for checkout at the Service Desk on the 2nd floor. See Equipment For Loan for more information.
  • Printing: All computers can print to the color printers on the 1st and 2nd floors. For more information, please see our printing procedures.
  • Scanning: A scanning station is available on the 2nd floor, in front of the Service desk. Scanning is free of charge, and scanned documents may be saved to a USB flash drive or sent to any email address.

Queen Lane Library

COVID-19 UPDATE (last update: July 12, 2021): The Queen Lane Library is currently closed. Visit our COVID-19 page for the latest information about our facilities, resources and services.


The Queen Lane Library provides printing and scanning services.
  • Scanning: A scanning station located in the Queen Lane Library next to the printer. Scanning is free of charge, and scanned documents may be saved to a USB flash drive or sent to any email address.