One-Year-Out Alumni Survey, Graduating Class of 2022
Tuition and Fees
For a majority of graduate-level programs, the cost of tuition is based on the number of credits in which a graduate student is enrolled. The total number of credits a program requires for graduation is included in the Drexel Catalog.
In addition to tuition and fees, there may be other costs to consider during your graduate education. Some of these may include books, course materials, supplies, and equipment, transportation, food and housing, and miscellaneous personal costs. Upon admission to the University, Drexel Central will estimate a total cost of attendance based on the program and expected enrollment and use this number when evaluating your financial aid eligibility.
You can view tuition and fee costs on Drexel Central's Graduate Tuition page.
Applying for Aid
Applying for financial aid at Drexel is simple. You should apply for financial aid whether or not you think you are eligible, as you may qualify for aid that you are unaware of.
All domestic students should submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online immediately after submitting their application for their eligibility for a Federal Unsubsidized Direct Loan and other types of aid to be reviewed. Be sure to enter "Drexel University" and Drexel's school code number 003256. View more information about the FAFSA.
Continue to Review Your Financial Aid Status
Information during the entire financial aid process, including the status of your financial aid applications and any additional steps you must take to be considered for aid, will be available on Discover Drexel in the Financial Aid tab once you submit your admission application to Drexel.
Admitted students will receive information about the financial aid that is being offered to them at the time of admission.