The Student Emergency Fund (SEF) was established as a partnership between Student Life, Institutional Advancement, and Drexel Central to support students who are in need of immediate financial assistance due to unexpected emergency expenses. The SEF is designed to provide one-time funding for temporary hardships such as accidents, illness, death of a family member, or natural disasters.
From scholarships to loans to work-study and more, take a look at the best ways to fund your education and what to complete to make the most of these opportunities. Financial Aid is housed under Drexel Central with the Bursar’s Office and the Registrar, where you can find more assistance with course registration, FAFSA and billing, academic records, and Commencement. Master’s level students are encouraged to review further financial aid programs and financing resources available.
Federal Work-Study is a need-based program designed to create part-time employment opportunities for eligible students. Work-study funding is awarded as part of a student’s financial aid package. Students search and apply for work-study positions and if hired, earn up to the amount offered for the year through bi-weekly paychecks based on the hours they work.