Drexel Institutional Financial Aid Programs
The following funding opportunities are available to students in designated University City Campus and Center City Campus programs only. They are not available to School of Law or College of Medicine students. If you are interested in funding for the College of Medicine or School of Law, please visit the respective college websites for more information. You are encouraged to contact the appropriate admissions office if you have questions.
Drexel Dean's Fellowship and Dean's Award
The Drexel Dean's Fellowship and Dean's Award are non-need-based awards given on the basis of merit to full-time graduate students that cover a percentage of tuition costs. These awards are made by the Office of Graduate Admissions and require a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA and full-time enrollment in order to continue for future years.
Visit the Drexel Central website to learn more about Merit Scholarships.
Drexel Alumni Grant
All graduate applicants who are undergraduate Drexel alumni are eligible to receive a $100 per credit tuition grant for their first full year of graduate studies. Applicants must be prospective graduate students who will be attending a program on campus and indicate on their admissions application that they previously received an undergraduate degree from Drexel (bachelor of science/bachelor of arts degrees only; Radiologic Technology and undergraduate certificate-level degrees are not qualifying degree programs for this award).
Review the terms for this grant on Drexel Central's Incentive Awards page.
Drexel-Kaplan Graduate Degree Advantage Program
Any student who enrolls in a Drexel graduate school program after taking a Kaplan preparation course for the GRE or GMAT will receive tuition credit equal to the amount paid to Kaplan for the preparation course. Students who have participated in Kaplan's private tutoring session in preparation for the GRE or GMAT are eligible to receive a tuition credit of up to $1,200. Students will need to present the original receipts for the Kaplan course or tutoring session to the Office of Admissions prior to enrollment.
Teaching, Research, and Graduate Assistantships
Drexel awards highly qualified students with financial assistance in the form of teaching, research, or graduate assistantships. If you are offered an assistantship, you will be required to perform specific work assignments within the University. Both U.S. and non-U.S. citizens are eligible and must be enrolled as full-time graduate students. Most Drexel graduate programs require the GRE for these positions. Applications must be submitted by January 1 to be considered. Not all programs offer assistantships.
Students must complete their admission applications by January 1 to be considered. For further information, please contact the Office of Graduate Admissions at 215-895-6700.
To research opportunities, visit Drexel Central's Teaching, Research, and Graduate Assistantships page.