Explore opportunities to supplement your financial aid! In addition to scholarship, grant, and fellowship resources, view Other Financial Resources for more financing options and advice!
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The Dornsife School of Public Health makes every effort to ensure that current students and applicants receive as much financial assistance as possible through merit-based scholarships, grants, and student loans.
Explore grants and scholarships available to undergraduate and graduate students through Drexel University, as well as the Tuition Exchange Program!
Created by Drexel University students, Scholly is a mobile app for Apple and Android mobile devices that gives students a fast and simple way to find scholarships for college. Scholly streamlines the scholarship search process by using eight parameters such as grade, state, and GPA, to instantly match students with scholarships they may qualify for. The app can be downloaded online for a small fee.
These handouts list scholarship and fellowship opportunities at external organizations.
- Undergraduate Scholarships
- Graduate Scholarships
- Concentration-Specific Scholarships
- Public Health Fellowship Programs
Other Financial Resources
View other financial resources including information about loan repayment and forgiveness programs as well as Drexel financial literacy and wellness resources.
Graduate College Financial Literacy Series
Drexel’s Graduate College is hosting a Financial Literacy Series for the 2020-2021 academic year. Topics range from creating a budget to doing your taxes to investing. View the upcoming schedule of workshops, or browse the archive for recordings and presentations from prior events.
View this workshop hosted by the office of Student Affairs and presented by Beth Manley, Adult Financial Education Manager. Learn about managing student loan debt, how to budget responsibly, tips for decreasing overall debt, early planning for retirement, credit quality, & more from a financial education expert!
Public Health Loan Repayment Programs
Many companies provide loan repayment for individuals working in a specific field, often in exchange for a specified time commitment. Frequently, these programs will only apply to federal loans. Some employers who offer loan repayment programs for public health professionals include:
- CDC Epidemiology Intelligence Service
- Indian Health Service
- National Institutes of Health (offered for both employees and non-employees)
Student loan forgiveness is offered for individuals working for:
- Government organizations at any level (U.S. federal, state, local, or tribal), excluding contractors
- Not-for-profit organizations that are tax-exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code
Contact your student loan servicer and employer to discuss your options.
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