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Lockers and Lounges

University City Commuter Lockers
Lockers at Other Campus Locations

Charlotte Alletag Commuter Lounge
Lounges at Other Campus Locations

University City Commuter Lockers

Commuter and Transfer Student Engagement (CTSE) has 147 lockers in the lower level of the Creese Student Center to rent to commuting undergraduate and graduate students. Lockers can be accessed while the Creese Student Center is open.

Lockers are $10/term or $15/2 terms. Students will need to provide their own lock.

To help make the locker rental process easier for students, CTSE has moved the process online. To find out how to rent a locker for the Fall or Fall/Winter terms, please read the instructions below.

Here is how to sign-up for a commuter locker on the University City Campus:

Commuter Locker

  • Complete the Locker Registration Form (winter/spring 2015)
  • You will receive an email from CTSE to your Drexel email noting that we have received your submission
  • If a locker is available, you will then receive a message via your Drexel email for online payment
  • Once payment is received, CTSE will send your locker number to your Drexel email

Looking for Other Lockers Around Campus?

Lockers are also available to rent at the Hagerty Library, located on 33rd & Market Streets. Lockers at the library are available during library hours and can be rented for $5.00 per term. Students do not have to provide their own locks and can keep the locker as long as it is renewed each term. Lockers can be rented at the Circulation Desk. For more information, call the Hagerty Library at 215-895-2755.

The Drexel Recreation Center at 34th & Market Streets also has lockers for rent. Locker rentals are only available for a full year, and the cost is $50.00. Students wishing to rent a locker at the Rec Center can do so at the Welcome Center. Students do not need to provide their own locks. For more information, call the Drexel Recreation Center at 215-571-3777.

students can contact their departments about locker rentals based on courses or departments.

The Center City Student Affairs Office also rents lockers for students taking course on the Center City Hahnemann Campus. For more information the Center City Locker Rental process, please visit the CC Student Affairs website, or call 215-762-1400.

Charlotte Alletag Commuter Lounge

The Charlotte Alletag Commuter Lounge is the most visible gathering space for commuter students. While the focus of the lounge is for students to relax and socialize, people can do light studying there as well. The Lounge is furnished with couches, tables, chairs, and 2 50 inch flat screen TVs, and is located on the lower level of the Creese Student Center.

Students can also use the Lounge’s brand new kitchenette, which features a refrigerator and industrial sized microwave.

If you need some extra outlets while in the computer lab for your laptop, you can check out power strips from the Creese Information Desk on the first floor of the Creese Student Center.

Lounges at Other Campus Locations

There are a lot of great places around campus where you can relax, study and grab other students for some help on your homework. Here are some places commuter students have mentioned they like to go to:

Honors Lounge – 5th Floor MacAlisterr
The Honors Lounge is a large space on the 5th Floor of MacAlister Hall designated for currently registered Honors Students. With your Dragoncard you can access this space to see comfortable couches, lounge chairs, and conference tables for study groups, meetings, and lunch breaks.  It is also equipped with desktop computers and a printer. It is a convenient place for commuting Honors students and those between classes.

Quiet Lounge – Creese Student Center (between Creese and the Mandell Theater Lobby)

1st floor of MacAlister across from the Bookstore

1st floor Korman Hall – Korman IT Help Desk

1st floor Paul Peck Research Building a.k.a. Academic Building

1st floor Nesbitt Hall

Ross Commons 2nd and 3rd Floors

James E. Marks Intercultural Center
Multipurpose Room, 1st Floor Lobby, and 2nd Floor Spiritual Spaces

Greenawalt Student Development Center (lower level of the Creese Student Center)
Conference Rooms and open study space area available.

Recreation Center Lobby

iCommons, Rush Building

One Drexel Plaza (3001 Market Street) lower level

W.W Hagerty Library (University City Campus)

The W. W. Hagerty Library is located at 33rd & Market Streets. The library has numerous locations to study, a lounge, computer hubs, etc. The Library also hosts the Bookmark Café within the 33rd and Market location that is open 24 hours and features a Taco Bell Express.

The Library Learning Terrace is an annex of the Haggerty Library, and is an innovative new learning environment located in the heart of the student residential district of Drexel's Main Campus. It is located at the base of the Race Street Residence Hall, 33rd and Race Streets. It is open to all students.

Go to the Hagerty Library website to find out more information about the resources and services the Library provides.

Hahnemann Library (Center City Campus)

Hahnemann Library is one of the University’s Health Sciences Libraries and is located in Center City, Philadelphia on the first and second floors of the New College Building. The collection supports the curricula of the College of Nursing and Health Professions, College of Medicine and the School of Public Health, including materials in clinical medicine and basic sciences.

Hahnemann Library has a space available 24-hours a day for Drexel University students, faculty, staff and residents and also reserves group study rooms.

Go to the Hagerty Library website to find out more information about the resources and services the Library provides.

Center City Hahnemann Campus Student Lounge

Updated in 2011, this frequented student lounge offers open space for studying and socializing.

Center City Hahnemann Academic Lounges and Study Space

The Hahnemann Campus hosts a variety of study and social spaces where students can hang out to have a cup of coffee or host study groups. The Khlar and Geary Lobbies in the New College Building a popular hang-out spots. Students can also reserve classroom spaces for study groups and events in New College and Bellet Buildings, Stiles Alumni Hall and Three Parkway by going to: