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Review Your eBill and Financing Options for the Winter Term

Being financially prepared before the upcoming winter term will help you create a smooth transition into the rest of the 2016–2017 academic year. We recommend that you:

Review your most recent eBill

  • Log in to DrexelOne.
  • Select the "Billing and Financial Aid" tab.
  • Choose the "eBills" link in the "Account Balance and Bill" channel.
  • Choose the "Review eBill" link in the top navigation.

Remember, the eBill statement reflects your account the day it was created.

Ensure that you have completed all financial aid requirements

  • Log in to DrexelOne.
  • Select the "Billing and Financial Aid" tab.
  • Choose the link in the "Outstanding Financial Aid Requirements" channel.
  • Select the "2016–2017 Academic Year" from the drop-down menu.
  • A list of all requirements and the action you must take for each will be listed.

Consider some of the different financing options that may still be available

  • Parent Direct PLUS Loan – The Parent Direct PLUS Loan is a federal credit-based loan with a fixed interest rate that the parent of a dependent undergraduate student can apply for.
  • Private Education Loans – Private education loans are available to borrowers with sufficient credit from different financial institutions. Drexel strongly recommends considering all other financing options before utilizing private education loans. 
  • Payment Plan ‚Äč– Drexel offers a monthly payment plan through Tuition Management Systems (TMS) which enables you to spread a balance due into monthly payments.

View more financing options.

If you have any questions, contact Drexel Central

We are always here to help you understand your options in order to make the best decisions. Please contact us with any questions you may have regarding financials for the upcoming winter term.

2016 1098-T Tax Statement

Education tax credits may be available to you if you are paying education costs for yourself or a student who is a member of your immediate family. Form 1098-T enables you to determine if you qualify for one or more of these education tax credits. View additional information

Drexel University is required to provide a 1098-T to enrolled students by January 31, 2017. Please note that only students whose tuition charges exceed the amount of scholarships and grants they received in the 2016 tax year will receive a 2016 1098-T Form.

We strongly encourage all students to select to receive their 2016 1098-T Forms electronically. Electronic delivery is more timely and efficient for you and your parents to receive this important tax information. To sign up for electronic delivery, please complete the following no later than January 13, 2017:

  • Log in to DrexelOne.
  • Select the "Billing and Financial Aid" tab.
  • Select the "1098-T Tax Information" link under the "Payment and Refund Information" channel.
  • Select "Yes, I will receive my 1098T electronically."

Students who do not sign up for electronic delivery will receive a paper 1098-T, mailed to their current mailing address as it appears in DrexelOne, postmarked by January 31, 2017. Students who do not choose to receive their 1098-T by mail should ensure that their address is correct and make any necessary updates no later than January 13, 2017:

  • Log in to DrexelOne.
  • Select the "Academics" tab.
  • Select the "Update Personal Information" link under the "Grades, Transcripts and Records" Channel.
  • Select "Update Address(es) and Phone(s)" link.
  • Ensure your "Student Current Residence" address is accurate. If not, select the "Update Address(es) and Phone(s)" link at the bottom of the page.

2016-2017 Winter Term Registration Time Tickets

Winter quarter registration begins on October 24, 2016. View your time ticket based upon your student classification. The last day to register online for courses will be posted in your time ticket information in DrexelOne

Please note that Drexel has an established procedure for completing the Student Financial Obligation and Tuition Repayment Agreement (SFO). Read about this process so that you can be prepared to complete the pre-registration requirement.

Also be sure to review resources regarding how to register for courses — including specifics on time tickets, registration restrictions, and error descriptions. It is important to prepare for registration prior to your time ticket opening, including building a few scheduling alternatives.

Additional resources for course selection:

Important Changes for the 2017–2018 FAFSA 

Starting with the 2017–2018 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), the Department of Education has made changes to the process. In order to make completing the FAFSA easier for you and to ensure better accuracy of the information, the following changes have been made:

  • The FAFSA will be available to complete earlier; you and your family will be able to start your 2017–2018 FAFSA on October 1, 2016. 
  • The financial information that is on the FAFSA will be based on two tax years prior; for example, the 2017–2018 FAFSA will ask for information about the 2015 tax year.

For more information about this update, please refer to Federal Student Aid's FAFSA Changes for 2017–2018 Announcement.

Schedule a Meeting With Your Advisor

Full-time undergraduate students can now easily schedule an appointment with their advisor and see upcoming advisor meetings 24/7 via DrexelOne.

Log in to DrexelOne and select the "Academics Tab." Your advisor's information and a "Schedule an Appointment with your Advisor" button will be visible on the left side.