Tuition and Fees
You'll notice that we offer both four- and five-year academic options. At Drexel the total cost varies depending upon the course of study you choose. The four-year option offers up to six months of co-op education, while the five-year program provides three six-month co-op experiences. To learn about co-operative education, visit the Drexel Co-op page.
The total cost will vary based upon your year of attendance, academic program, associated fees, housing, and meal plan. Students who enter as freshmen are required to live in residence halls or with a parent or guardian for the first two years. Residential freshmen must participate in the meal plan for three quarters.
Tuition, Fees, Housing, and Meal Plan Costs
Drexel Central is the University's one-stop service for student finance and registration information. Visit the Drexel Central website to view the complete breakdown of Full-Time Undergraduate Tuition and Fees.
International Students - Students/sponsors must add $4,500 for estimated miscellaneous expenses. Miscellaneous expenses include, but are not limited to, health insurance, books, and personal expenses. Students can subtract their academic scholarships from the total amount that must be shown on their bank statements, as explained on the I-20/DS-2019 Application Form.