Policies and Information
These resources provide information on Drexel's financial aid policies as
well as guidelines for navigating the financing process from application through
Billing Information – A brief overview of Drexel's billing cycles and payment options.
Code of Conduct – Documents the University's commitment to conducting financial aid practices with integrity, free from real or perceived conflicts of interest.
– An agreement that allows Drexel to process federal student aid while the student is taking approved courses at another institution.
Eligibility Policies – Outlines the criteria for continued financial aid eligibility.
Eligibility Policies for Medical Students – Outlines the criteria for continued financial aid eligibility for medical students.
Entrance and Exit Interviews – Helps ensure that student loan borrowers have the most current information on student loans.
Glossary of Financial Aid Terms – Explains commonly used financial aid terms and definitions.
Graduate Aid Terms and Conditions – Outlines the restrictions for graduate financial aid awards and incentives.
How Your Financial Need Is Determined
Recommended Lenders Policy – Outlines Drexel's commitment to providing the best and most unbiased financing information to its students and their families.
Return of Title IV Funds – Outlines the federal policy regarding financial aid eligibility for students who withdraw from all classes, are dismissed or leave, or take a leave of absence from the University.
Verification Policy – Instruction on how to submit the appropriate documents if you are selected for verification.
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