Resource Information

Empowering students to take responsibility for their success is integral to the Drake experience.The following information will hopefully serve as a resource to you. The descriptions do not reflect all of the services offered by the various offices, but highlights those most frequently used at the beginning and throughout the academic year.

American Republic Student Health Center
3116 Carpenter Ave.
515-271-3731
Fax: 515-271-1855

Immunization/Medical History Form and Student Health History Form - required of all full-time students.

Academic Achievement
Old Main 107
515-271-3752

Assistance with time management, studying efficiently, goal-setting, motivational techniques, and campus resources.

Computer Assistance
Carnegie Hall
515-271-3001

PCs, Macs, and other technology questions

Counseling Center
American Republic Student  Health Center
515-271-3864

Individual and group counseling, consultation, self-help library

Cowles Library
515-271-2113

Cowles Library (www.lib.drake.edu) is an integral part of the learning experience for Drake students. Print and electronic collections support and supplement classroom instruction and research. Librarians are available for reference assistance in person, by phone, by e-mail and live chat.

New Student Academic Facilitator
320B Old Main
515-271-2029

Individual consultations for students who find they need additional support. Assists in empowering students to initiate contacts and build relationships with faculty.

Professional and Career Development Services Arts & Sciences, Fine Arts, Old Main 107515-271-3752 Pharmacy and Health Sciences and Education, Cline 118 515-271-1978 Business and Journalism, Aliber Hall 208515-271-4715

Applied learning opportunities including internships.

Residence Life
Olmsted Center
271-3781

Office of Residence Life can answer any questions regarding housing contracts, roommates, residence hall concerns, or general information about student personal and academic success.

Cashiers Office
115 Old Main
515-271-2151

Purchase parking permit and make payment arrangements.

Student Disability Services
107 Old Main
515-271-1835

Classroom accommodations, campus accessibility and academic success.

Student Employment
1331 27th Street (The Point)
515-271-3741

On campus employment and work study

Student Financial Planning
Carnegie Hall
515-271-2905

Loans, scholarships, grants, and other financial aid questions or concerns.

Student Life Center
Olmsted Center
515-271-3711

Information about student activities, organizations, Fraternity and Sorority Life, and services such as fax, copies, and ID pictures. The ID is your library card, meal card (if applicable), Bell Center pass (Recreational Services), and admission to fine arts and other campus events throughout the year.

Student Records and Academic Information
105 Old Main
515-271-2025

Official transcripts, receipt of transfer credits from other institutions, and grade information.

University Book Store
3003 Forest Avenue
515-274-3401

Purchase books, school supplies, and Drake items.

Colleges and Schools at Drake University

Registration information, advisor questions, change of major, dropping and adding classes

College of Arts and Sciences
     & School of Fine Arts
268 Harmon Fine Arts Center

271-3939

College of Business & Public Administration 208 Aliber Hall

271-3142

College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences 106 Cline Hall

271-3018

School of Education 3206 University Avenue

271-3769

School of Journalism & Mass Communication 119 Meredith Hall

271-2838


Drake Office Hours are 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. unless otherwise posted.

University News
October 23, 2014
"everyday abstraction: contemporary abstract painting" is on view November 7 through January 23 in the Anderson Gallery.
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