Student Center Services
Typically, discounted monthly SEPTA passes are available to be loaded onto your SEPTA Key via DrexelOne. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, these passes are currently not available.
The Information Desks at Creese and Rush approve flyers for posting. Flyers are approved for a length of 14 days or until the day after the event. You must also follow the guidelines of the University Posting Policy [PDF].
Lost and Found at Creese
Come to the Information Desk if you've lost something in Creese. We hold onto lost items that can be picked up with your DragonCard. Items of high value, i.e. cell phones, laptops, wallets, etc. will be given to Public Safety, which can be reached at 215.895.2822.
We have laptops and chargers, as well as portable phone chargers, for use by students for two-hour intervals. Just bring your DragonCard to the Rush Building or Creese Student Center and sign one out!
We can provide temporary ID cards for students. You may receive one temporary ID good for one week from the Information Desk at Creese. This service is available only during hours when the DragonCard office is NOT open. Must be currently registered for classes upon request of a temporary ID.
Drexel Bike Share
Please Note: During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Drexel Bike Share program is discontinued until further notice, out of an abundance of caution. The Drexel Bike Share program is open to all students and employees in good standing and with a valid Drexel University ID. All you have to do is fill out Drexel’s annual Bike Share Membership Agreement, bring in to the Information Desk at the Creese Student Center, and leave with a bike if one is available. The membership includes a helmet, u-lock, cable, and lock key and should be returned with the bike rental. Each share period is generally for two days or a weekend.
Got a flat? No problem, check out our bike pump at Creese and get back on the road.
Common Market Farm Share
The Common Market Farm Share connects local farms to urban and suburban markets, including Drexel University. The program allows Drexel students, faculty and professional staff to pay in advance for biweekly shipments of locally grown, farm-fresh produce, eggs, and other optional customized add-ons, which they pick up on the University City Campus at the Creese Student Center during the summer/fall and winter/spring seasons. Visit the Common Market to sign up!