Audio/Video and Technology for Loan
Instructional Media Services (IMS) provides various kinds of audio/visual equipment for free rental to students. Borrow anything from projectors and video cameras to PA systems and laptops. Click on for the full list and more info.
One of the sweetest parts about being a student is the discounts. Check out IRT's recommendations on computer purchases and then click through to their eucational pricing page for the good stuff!
Drexel licenses various software packages for students. This site-licensed software (for Mac, PC and Linux/Unix) is free for students' use as long as they're a part of the Drexel community. The more popular selections include Microsoft Office and Symantec Antivirus.
Log in with your short email address as your username (e.g. - firstname.lastname@example.org).
Email - Creating an Alias and Setting Up Forwarding Coming Soon!
So it's critical to stay on top of your Drexel email, checking it at least once a day, though that may be a pain if you're also trying to keep up with your personal email. Learn how to set up forwarding on your Drexel account and even how to create a personal alias so people can email you at email@example.com.
LinkEdu - Gmail and Exchange Accounts
This partnership with Google and Microsoft provides Drexel students with the choice of two Drexel-branded email services and offers enhanced document storage, collaboration tools, calendars and personal blogs.
Tech Support and Computer Repairs
If you're having trouble with your computer or any of Drexel's systems, this is the first place to go to get those issues resolved.
Wireless Internet (DragonFly 3)
Drexel's campuses are blanketed by DragonFly wireless internet. It is available in 802.11a/b/g and now 802.11n to all students.