Alumni of Drexel University, Medical College of Pennsylvania, Hahnemann University, Allegheny University of the Health Sciences and MCP Hahnemann University are invited to use the Libraries and apply for an Alumni Library Card.
Alumni/ae must present proof of graduation. To get an alumni card or letter confirming alumni status, visit the Paul Peck Alumni Center at 3142 Market Street, call 215-895-ALUM, or visit the Drexel alumni website to fill out an online form.
The alumni card or letter should be brought to the library circulation desk where an Application for Library Privileges will be completed. An Alumni Library Card does not expire but alumni will be asked to verify current contact information annually.
Access to the Libraries
A valid picture ID, along with an alumni card are required to enter the Libraries. Alumni may enter the Libraries during all open hours, except during final exam periods.
- Loan Period: 28 days
- Renewals: twice online
- Limit: 20
- Loan Period: 14 days
- Renewals: none
- Limit: 5
See Borrowing Privileges to learn more.
Career Library Collection
A specialized collection of career-related materials is located at W. W. Hagerty Library. Materials include resume and interviewing guides, graduate admission test study guides, and information about various career fields. Alumni may also use the services of the Steinbright Career Development Center.
Alumni interested in using a library computer should inform a member of the staff at the service desk. Alumni must present their alumni card to gain access to a library computer. Alumni may use computers in the Libraries to access MOST Library's databases and other electronic resources (some specifically restrict access).
Drexel University Archives preserves the history of Drexel University. Alumni are invited to contact the Archivist to explore the histories of academic departments and student organizations, or to peruse yearbooks and other Drexel publications.
The Archives and Special Collections on Women in Medicine and Homeopathy offers collections tracing the histories of Women's Medical College of Pennsylvania and Hahnemann University.