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Tuition, Fees and Financial Aid

The University provides extensive resources to help students understand the individualized cost of attending Drexel University.

Depending on your stage of the application and enrollments process, you can find detailed information by following the links below.

Prospective students (not yet accepted)

Graduate Tuition and Fees

Official tuition and fee rates for the Dornsife School of Public Health can be found on Drexel Central. Learn more about graduate tuition rates at Drexel.

Undergraduate Tuition

In the 2022–2023 academic year, Drexel offered financial support to 99% of its incoming first-year students, as well as to 97% of its transfer students entering in fall 2022 who were seeking to complete their first bachelor's degree.

The average scholarship and grant aid offered to the first-year students was $34,053, and the average offered to the fall transfer students was $31,199. These amounts include federal, state, and institutional aid.

Learn more about undergraduate tuition at Drexel.

Financial Aid

Drexel Central is the university’s one-stop office for student billing, financial aid and registration. Drexel Central provides students with information about the different types of financial aid available, such as scholarships, grants and loans, as well as other financing options students can choose from.

Steps on how to apply for financial aid and the different resources available to you can be found on Drexel Central. Learn more about financial aid at Drexel.

Dornsife Scholarships and Fellowships

At Dornsife we make every effort to ensure that our students receive as much financial assistance as possible through scholarships, grants and loans. Learn more about Dornsife Scholarships and Fellowships.

Accepted and current students

Visit the DrexelOne webpage for information on estimated tuition, fees, room and board, personal expenses, transportation, book and supply costs, based on major and expected enrollment. This breakdown can be used to calculate financial aid eligibility, and can be used by students and their families to learn more about the cost of attending the Drexel.