Cost of Attendance for Law (JD) Program
Prospective Drexel students and applicants looking for information about the Cost of Attendance should review the information on the Prospective Student Financial Information page.
The cost of attendance information on this page will help you see the differences between your first year and your subsequent years as a Drexel student.
During your first year at Drexel, you will attend classes for three quarters: fall, winter, and spring. The enrollment plan for transfer students may be different depending on their transfer credit evaluation. Below are the estimated costs of tuition, fees, and average room and board:
2016–2017 Academic Year
Cost of Attendance
|Loan Origination Fee
|Room and Board
These numbers reflect the estimated cost of attendance prior to financial aid being applied.
Other Costs You Should Consider
It's important to remember that there may be other costs to consider during your education. Some of these include books, which vary by program, a computer for personal use, transportation, and miscellaneous personal costs. These other costs are taken into consideration when Drexel reviews your financial aid eligibility.
Costs After Year 1
Your subsequent costs for Years 2 and 3 will depend upon how many credits you enroll in each semester. While Year 1 of the JD program has a flat tuition cost, Years 2 and 3 costs are based on a per-credit tuition amount. You can view tuition costs on the Drexel Central Kline School of Law Tuition and Fees page.
Viewing Your Cost of Attendance
If you are a new student, you will be able to view your cost of attendance in the Financial Aid tab of Discover Drexel.
If you are a continuing student, you can view your cost of attendance via DrexelOne:
- Log in to DrexelOne.
- Select the "Billing and Financial Aid" tab.
- Select the "View Your Cost of Attendance Information" link in the "Cost of Attendance" channel.
- Select the academic year you are looking for.
- Select the "Cost of Attendance" hyperlink.