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Financial Aid Information

Financial Aid Counseling

Your financial concerns are very important to us. For dedicated personal assistance with your financial aid questions, please contact the law school's financial aid representative:

Mary DeRivera
3320 Market Street, Room 451 (in suite 450)
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Phone: (215) 895-1044
Email: mary.m.derivera@drexel.edu.

Funding for External Programs

Study Abroad

Students who wish to pursue summer study abroad opportunities can use education loans to help with funding. Students should meet with the Financial Aid representative and provide documentation of the costs for the program. The documentation will be reviewed and the student's budget may then be increased to accommodate for additional borrowing.

Visitorships

Students may use their federal and private loan funds to fund visitorships to other colleges and universities. Funds will still disburse to Drexel, based on Drexel’s schedule of disbursements. Students may then use refunds from their aid to pay the host school’s tuition and fees.

Summer Work Study Program

Students interested in participating in the Law School’s Summer Work Study Program must fill out a Request For Work Study Form available in the Office of Student Affairs during February of each year.  The student’s FAFSA and Institutional Financial Aid Application must be submitted to the Office of Financial Aid by March 1st  and will be reviewed for federal work study eligibility.

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Bar Exam Loans

Students are able to borrow funds in the form of a private education loan to assist with costs associated with taking a Bar Exam. Bar loans are available through private lenders and eligibility is based on a student’s credit. These loans can assist students with the cost of taking the exam, bar prep courses, and living expenses while studying to take the bar. Students may apply for bar loans during their final year of law school and up to six months after graduation. Before applying for a bar loan, students should contact the law school Financial Aid office to insure there is no further eligibility in the Federal Direct Loan program. Because the bar loan is a private loan, it cannot be included in a federal loan consolidation.

Lenders will require school certification in order to verify the student’s graduation date. Please notify the law school financial aid office in order to expedite this process. Checks are mailed directly to the student at the address listed on their applications.

Drexel Alumni Scholarships

Drexel offers special incentives for our undergraduate alumni. Complete your Jurisprudence degree at Drexel and we will support your choice with the Drexel Alumni Scholarship. The program provides you with a $1,000 grant each year of full-time study.

Law Need Based Scholarships

A limited number of Need Based Scholarships may be available each year for second and third year law students. Applications are submitted by letter to the law school's Senior Associate Dean of Students. The deadline in June is announced each year by email to all continuing students. The applicant must have filed a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as well as an Institutional Application for Financial Aid (FAAPP) for the following academic year. International students are eligible for these awards but must check first with the law school financial aid office for alternative application instructions.

Managing Your Drexel Financial Aid Account

Viewing Account Information

Students can use DrexelOne to access financial aid account information online at any time. Students will be able to access their financial aid award information, requirements associated with financial aid, and billing information.

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Eligibility Requirements (to maintain loans and scholarships)

Law students should be aware that their financial aid award, both loans and scholarships, can be affected by academic performance and other factors. Students who drop below 4.5 credits in any semester will not be eligible for federal aid. Law school scholarship recipients must retain a minimum cumulative as per their scholarship letter.

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Conditional Scholarship Retention Data

Refund Process

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Late Fees

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