We know that there are many factors to consider in the college selection process, not the least of which is the financial investment you are soon to make. We realize that a college education is a significant expense for most families and requires careful planning.
Payment plans are available to part-time students, and matriculated students taking at least six credits a term may be eligible for federal and state aid. However, students in certain certificate programs and non-matriculated students are not eligible for financial aid.
Whatever your financial situation is, we encourage you to explore the links below so that you can navigate the financial aid process with greater ease. All of the information below and more can be found at Drexel Central, the University's one-stop office for student financial and registration services.
Cost of Attendance
The cost of attendance includes direct and indirect costs, and is based upon your program, major, and number of terms you will be enrolled. Learn more about which costs qualify as direct or indirect costs by visiting Drexel Central's Cost of Attendance page.
To view tuition and fee rates, visit Drexel Central's 2015–2016 Tuition and Fee Rates page.
How to Apply for Aid
Federal and state grants and federal student loans are available
to Drexel University students pursuing degrees and taking at least
six credits per term. Students in certain certificate programs and non-matriculated students are not eligible for financial aid.
For tips on how to navigate the financial aid process with greater ease, see Drexel Central's How to Apply for Aid page.
Benefits for Veterans
To learn about educational benefits for veterans and Drexel's Veterans Award, visit Drexel Central's Veterans' Education Benefits page.
Private Scholarships and Grants
You may be eligible for a specialized scholarship or grant from an outside organization. Some sources to explore include employers, unions, professional organizations, and community and special-interest groups.
For a list of recommended free scholarship search engines, visit Drexel Central's Non-Drexel Scholarships page.
Tuition Management Systems (TMS) Payment Plan
Drexel offers a monthly installment payment plan for part-time students for each term of attendance through Tuition Management Systems (TMS). The plan allows you to make monthly payments for a portion or all of your balance due for a given term. Each payment plan requires an application fee.
To view payment plan schedules and learn more, visit Drexel Central's Payment Plan page.
Employer Assisted Tuition Deferred Payment Plan
Drexel University's Employer Reimbursement Plan is designed for students whose employers offer reimbursement for tuition charges. It allows part-time students to defer their tuition payments to Drexel until 30 days after the term has been completed. There is a nonrefundable application fee for this service. The plan is available term by term.
For more information or to download an application, visit Drexel Central's Employer Reimbursement Plan page.