General Tuition Information
Depending on the course of study, a student at Drexel may enroll in a three- or one-co-op degree program. Typically students enroll in a three-co-op program, spending 18 months of that time on co-op, gaining valuable work experience. And the income earned during co-op can help make the cost of education more affordable for Drexel students.
Drexel Central is the University's one-stop service for student finance and registration information. Visit the Drexel Central website to view the Full-Time Undergraduate Tuition and Fees.
Note: Students entering as freshmen are required to live in residence halls or with a parent or guardian for their first year. During their second year, students may live in University, University-affiliated, or University-approved housing or with a parent or guardian. All residential freshmen must participate in the meal plan for three quarters. For more information about our residence halls and the types of housing options, visit the University Housing website.