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Emergency Numbers

University City Campus Security 215-895-2222 or 911
Center City Campus Security
(Tenet Health Care Services)
215-762-7111 or 911
Queen Lane Campus Security 215-991-8102 or 911
NON-Emergency Numbers
General Non-Emergencies 215-895-2822
Environmental Health and Safety 215-895-5907
Fire and Life Safety 215-895-1550
Medical and Walking Escorts 215-895-2822
Poison Control Center 800-222-1222
Residential Living and University Housing 215-895-6155
Student Health Services 215-895-5800
Victim Support and Intervention Services 215-895-1550

Emergency Notification System

DrexelALERT is the University's emergency notification system. It quickly disseminates critical information to students, faculty, and staff of the Drexel University community, including students, faculty, and professional staff of the Drexel University College of Medicine. More information about the system is available on the DrexelALERT web page and Frequently Asked Questions page.

Weather-Related Closing and Delayed Opening Information

In the event of the need to close or delay the daily opening of a campus, the University will provide notice via Web, telephone, and radio; the DrexelALERT system may also be used.

Students in clinical settings should always contact their clinical supervisors/clinical instructors to determine if they should report.

Drexel University Physicians remain open and maintain normal business hours regardless of weather.

Website

Closing or delayed opening information will be posted on www.drexel.edu.

Telephone

Closing or delayed opening information will be announced at 215/895-MELT (6358).

Radio

KYW 1060 AM announces closings and delayed openings by code. The codes for Drexel University's campuses are:

Campus Day Evening
University City Campus 103 2103
Center City Campus 185 2185
Queen Lane Campus,
College of Medicine, including Biomedical Sciences Graduate Programs and Professional Studies in the Health Sciences
213

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