Drexel University has established a deferred payment plan for graduate and part time undergraduate students attending the University as part of an employer education assistance program. Students accepted into this plan may defer payment of the portion of their tuition reimbursable under their employers' program until the end of the third week of classes of the NEXT term. Any student that applies for graduation for a term they are enrolled in the employer reimbursement program must remit their payment prior to the end of that term and not by the end of the third week of the NEXT term.
In addition, a financial hold may be placed on the student accounts which have an outstanding balance. This will prohibit access to grades, official transcripts, diplomas or registration into any future terms.
To be eligible to participate in this plan, the student must print out, complete and mail the application provided by the due date of the billing statement. Along with the application should be proof of employment, a copy of the employer's education assistance plan and a check, money order, or credit card authorization to cover the $30.00 participation fee. A completed application and $30.00 fee must be submitted each term. Please retain the Billing Statement you receive for your records. It is the only original billing statement you will receive for the term.
Tuition balances not covered under an employer education assistance plan must be remitted by the original due date.
Final payment, in full, of the tuition must be received by 4:30 PM on the Friday of the third week of classes of the subsequent term. Collection actions will have to be taken if the tuition and fees are not paid in full and on time.
It is important to remember that the student is personally obligated for any and all financial obligations made to the University regardless of employment status or the length of time it will take their employer to process their reimbursement.
If you have any questions regarding the Employer Assisted Tuition Deferred Plan, please contact the staff of the Office of the Bursar at (215) 895-1445.
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