Research & Funding
Drexel awards highly qualified students, especially those enrolled in doctoral programs, financial aid through appointments as teaching, research, or graduate assistants. Students are required to perform specific work assignments within the University in return for a stipend. Both U.S. and non-U.S. citizens are eligible, and must be enrolled as full-time graduate students.
Learn more about how you can help finance your education by becoming a Graduate Teaching Assitant (TA) or Research Assistant (RA)
The Office of Graduate Studies offers a limited number of travel subsidies annually to encourage student participation in academic meetings and conferences within the United States.
Drexel Dean's Fellowships
Awarded by the University's Graduate Admissions Office, a Drexel Dean's Fellowship is a non-need-based award to a full-time graduate student that provides a percentage of their tuition each term. Designed to assist outstanding applicants, the fellowship does not carry any assigned duties.
Provost's and Office of Graduate Studies Fellowships
Each year, the Office of Graduate Studies is pleased to offer for open competition a limited number of Provost Fellowships that are designed to encourage the recruitment of highly qualified students for all of Drexel's doctoral programs.
A small number of fellowships are available to TAs in their final term of the PhD degree program, i.e. in the quarter/semester in which they are writing up and defending their dissertation.
Health Insurance Subsidy
The university will defray in part or whole the premiums for the university-offered Aetna Health insurance program to all Teaching Assistants, Research Assistants, Graduate Assistants and Graduate Research Fellows enrolled and working on a full time basis.