Alumni Card Benefits
The digital Alumni Card – formerly a printed card – is your key to the University! As a Drexel graduate, you are eligible to receive a card free-of-charge.
As of fall 2022, Alumni Cards are digital and can be requested at any time using our online request form. Digital Alumni Card requests will be processed and emailed out on a weekly basis. For additional questions, please contact the Office of Alumni Relations at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Alumni Card Benefits
Drexel Recreation Center Access (membership fees apply)
Present your alumni card during sign-up and receive a discounted membership rate that allows you to use the state-of-the-art Drexel Recreation Center, the fitness hub in University City. This 240,000 sq. ft. health and recreational complex promotes and encourages personal fitness, and lifelong health through diverse program offerings including group exercise, fitness assessments, personal training, massage therapy, aquatics, rock climbing and free equipment rentals. Visit the Drexel Recreation Center website to learn more about the Center’s offerings.
Drexel University has three libraries: the W.W. Hagerty Library, located on the University City Campus; the Hahnemann Library, located on the Center City Campus; and the Queen Lane Library, located on the College of Medicine Campus. With an Alumni Card and photo ID, graduates may visit these libraries and gain access to resources including free Wi-Fi, books and other publications, on-site use of e-resources, and more. Visit the Drexel Libraries website for a full list of services available to alumni.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ON LEGAL RESEARCH CENTER ACCESS:
Alumni who are not graduates of the Thomas R. Kline School of Law must make prior arrangements with the Access Services department at 215.571.4772 to access the Legal Research Center (LRC) during peak hours. Please visit the Legal Research Center site to view operating hours.
If you have a specific legal research question or need LRC-owned materials, go to the front desk of Hagerty Library and ask to be buzzed in by the Legal Research Center during normal Hagerty Library hours.