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Outdoor Seating and Activities

University City

Students, faculty and professional staff looking for places to enjoy the seasonable weather can reference the following map of outdoor seating areas on the University City Campus. Seating options include a variety of tables and chairs as well as shaded and non-shaded.

Outdoor Seating Locations 

    Some seating options may be removed due to seasonal or inclement weather. This list was last updated for Winter Term 2022.

  • Buckley Green (Volleyball)
  • Buckley Recreational Field
  • Daskalakis Atheletic Center
  • Drexel Park
  • Drexel Quad
  • Gateway Garden at Drexel University
  • Paul Peck Alumni Center - Tables and chairs have been removed for the Winter term.
  • W. W. Hagerty Library
  • Academic Buildings
    • Nesbitt Hall
    • Constantine N. Papadakis Integrated Sciences Building (PISB) - Tables and chairs have been removed for the Winter term.
    • Bossone Research Center
    • Center for Automation Technology
    • Thomas R. Kline School of Law (restricted access)
  • Student Centers
    • Creese Student Center
    • Rush Building
  • Residential Campus
    • Millennium Hall
    • Myers Hall
    • English Learning Center (at Race Street Residencies)
    • North Hall
    • Race Street Residencies Lawn
    • Race Street Walk

Outdoor Tents With Seating for Dining

  • Daskalakis Athletic Center Fitness Plaza - includes heat for winter 
  • Gateway Garden (33rd and Market) - includes heat for winter

Outdoor Games and Activities

  • Table Tennis at the Creese Patio
  • Table Tennis at the Race Street Lawn

Center City

Outdoor Seating With Tables and Chairs

  • Three Parkway Building (1601 Cherry Street)
  • Bellet Building (1505 Race Street)

Indoor Seating Approved for Dining

  • Bellet Building (1505 Race Street): old bookstore; rooms 103/104 and 105
  • New College Building (245 N. 15th Street): main lobby including cafe area; first-floor student lounge, north-side hallways on floors 3-7