Financial Support for Transfer Students

Transfer students at Drexel are eligible for a variety of financial aid options, including merit-based scholarships, loans, and grants.

Average grant aid award to full-time transfer undergraduate students entering in fall 2022 (includes all grant aid from any source, only first-degree seekers)
Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Scholarship amount per academic term (available to PTK members who apply as transfer students to a full-time, on-campus program and are seeking their first degree)

Percent of transfer students (full-time transfer undergraduates, only first-degree seekers) in 2021-2022 who received financial aid

Is Applying to Drexel as a Transfer Student Right for You?

If you have completed any college-level coursework after graduating high school, then you must apply to Drexel as a transfer student. Take a look at Drexel's transfer application instructions to acquaint yourself with the steps to apply as well as the criteria our transfer admissions representatives take into consideration when determining your admission to Drexel. Plus, you can find out how many credits you can expect to receive for courses that you have previously completed during the transfer credit evaluation process.

If you think transferring to Drexel is right for you, then apply today!

Have you recently been admitted to Drexel? Check out our Admitted Student page to start celebrating and to learn about important next steps!

Dragons Talk Drexel

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From co-op to our academic reputation to the many opportunities to get involved, learn more about why our students choose to transfer to Drexel.

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Hear students talk candidly about their experience transferring to Drexel, getting set-up for success, and fitting in to Drexel’s welcoming community.

Still Have Questions?

We’re here to help. Our transfer admissions representatives can provide you with everything you need to know about your admission to Drexel. You can also contact the Office of Admissions via email at or phone at 215.895.2400. Finally, you can find quick answers to commonly asked questions and helpful links to additional information with our frequently asked questions.

Quote-gradient Often, students think that transferring to another college or university is complicated, time-consuming, and expensive. Here at Drexel, we do our best to make sure the experience is the exact opposite. 
Liza Gallen, Admissions Representative
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Transfering to Drexel University

Looking for Added Flexibility?

In addition to our full-time programs, Drexel provides a number of flexible options for students looking to complete their bachelor's degrees. This includes our part-time undergraduate options, the Dual Admissions program, our Nursing Accelerated Career Entry BSN program, and our online options through Drexel Online Education.

Drexel's ACE Program: Your Chance To Enter the Nursing Field in Less Than a Year

You're ready to take the next step, and Drexel University's Accelerated Career Entry (ACE) BSN program could be your entrance into the nursing field. As one of the shortest accelerated BSN curriculums in the nation, Drexel's ACE program provides a unique, fast-paced environment that prepares students to flourish in any medical environment in as little as 11 months!