Explore Drexel Central, your one-stop shop for the offices of the Bursar, Financial Aid, and Registrar. For more information and resources on funding your degree, visit our Student Funding and Public Health Scholarships pages.
Cost of Attendance
The University provides students with individualized cost of attendance breakdowns via DrexelOne, which include estimates of tuition, fee, room and board, personal, transportation, and book/supply costs based upon major and expected enrollment. This breakdown is used in calculating financial aid eligibility, and can be used by students and their families to plan their finances for Drexel. Your total financial aid package cannot exceed the university’s cost of attendance. Awards that make up a financial aid package include grants, scholarships, loans, work-study, and scholarships from private organizations.
Drexel Student Emergency Fund
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.
Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the application used to determine students’ eligibility for federal and state financial aid. U.S. citizens and permanent residents should complete a FAFSA each year they are enrolled at least part-time at Drexel.
Financial Aid Office
From scholarships to loans to work-study and more, take a look at the best ways to fund your education and how to make the most of these opportunities. The Financial Aid Office is housed under Drexel Central. Find more information about Financial Aid Eligibility, Grants and Scholarships, Federal Work-Study, Loans, and Financing Options. Master’s level students are encouraged to review further financial aid programs and financing resources available.
Federal Work-Study Program
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.
International Student Financing Resource
Review this resource for more information on financial aid funding opportunities for international students.
Net Price Calculator
Drexel’s Net Price Calculator is a tool that families of prospective first-year students can use to estimate their student’s cost of attending Drexel. While this calculator only provides an estimate, you can get a sense of the financial aid your student may be eligible for.
The Drexel University Registrar handles degree clearance, final exam scheduling, registration time tickets, grades and grading, academic calendars, transcripts and certifications, degree verification, and FERPA.