Current Student Financial Aid Information We know how important your education is and that you are a busy student working towards your Drexel degree. Drexel Central wants to ease the information search process for finding what you need to know to be a student. We want to help you be prepared for what the academic year brings, and that means providing you with the important financial aid information below all in one place. We are always here to help you, so don't hesitate to contact us. Scholarships and Grants Grants Undergraduate Scholarships Graduate Scholarships Professional Student (Medical and Law) Scholarships Private Organization Scholarships Loans and Work-Study Federal Direct Loans Programs for Students Federal Direct PLUS Loans for Parents Private Loan Programs Federal Work-Study Completing Requirements Entrance Counseling and Completing Your Promissory Note – Review information on completing your requirements for federal loans offered to you. Federal Verification Process – If you have been selected for federal verification, learn more about completing this process. Forms – Retrieve any form you need related to financial aid. Scholarship Thank-You Profile Requirements – Read about how to complete the thank-you letter requirement for your scholarship or grant. Planning for the Future Financial Aid Distribution – Review important information about how your financial aid will be allocated to you during future years of your undergraduate program. How to File the FAFSA – Read about the steps to renew your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) – Make sure your academic progress meets the requirements for federal aid. Consortium Agreement – Find information on consortium agreements. Financial Aid Appeal – If your family has experienced a change in circumstances that impact your ability to pay for educational costs, you may be able to request a re-evaluation of your financial aid. Graduation and Beyond Senior Exception for Financial Aid Eligibility – Learn about special arrangements for undergraduate students who are not enrolled full-time in their final term. Exit Counseling – Review information about completing the exit counseling requirement for federal loans. Loan Repayment – Find important information about repaying your loans. Gainful Employment Disclosures – Read important information about employment statistics for Drexel's certificate programs. Reference Information Cost of Attendance – Read about Drexel's cost of attendance. Terms and Conditions – Review all of the terms and conditions for receiving financial aid. Financial Aid Policies – Find information on Drexel's different financial aid policies.