Log in to DrexelOne to view and pay your bill online. For more detailed information about billing, visit the Office of the Bursar website.
Full-Time Undergraduate Students
Students, including those on the fall/winter co-op cycle, are billed annually in the fall. While on co-op you can take one undergraduate course (up to four credits) without an additional charge — you will be billed for any additional credits you take while on co-op. Registration for courses during co-op is subject to certain restrictions. View the Office of the Provost's Policy on Undergraduate Classes during Co-op.
Part-Time, Graduate, and Law Students
Students are billed each quarter or semester once they are registered for classes.
You may pay your bill in one payment or by installments. The Office of the Bursar offers the following payment plans: bill online, in person, by mail, and by wire transfer. The Office of the Bursar also offers optional payment plans to help you pay your bill. Visit the Office of the Bursar website for detailed instructions on how to pay your bill.
Installment Payment Plan
The Installment Payment Plan is available for:
- Full-time undergraduate students
- College of Law students
- Full-time medical students
The payment plan allows you to budget all or a portion of your educational expenses into 10 monthly payments. This is not a loan, but rather a credit toward your annual bill. To enroll in the program you must pay the annual application fee and the first monthly payment. Your account will only be charged interest if you miss a payment. Participation does not affect your financial aid eligibility, and you can adjust your budget at any time for changes in curriculum or financial aid. Visit the Office of the Bursar website to enroll or to learn more about this payment plan.
Employer Assisted Tuition Deferred Payment Plan
The Employer Assisted Tuition Deferred Payment Plan is available for:
- Part-time students
- Graduate students
Drexel offers a deferred payment plan for students attending the University as part of an employer education assistance program. Under this plan you can defer paying the portion of your tuition that is reimbursable under your employer's program until the end of the second week of classes of the following quarter or semester. For more information or to download an application, visit the Office of the Bursar website.
Important Tax Information
There may be tax implications for payments made in one calendar year for terms starting after March 31 of the following calendar year. Check with your tax advisor or IRS Publication 970: Tax Benefits for Education, available at www.irs.gov, for information about the 1098-T, Hope Credit, and the Lifetime Learning Credit.