Drexel University is committed to providing you with all relevant information to help you understand your investment. We are here to guide you through all of your available options and are happy to assist you at any point during the process. The information below is for incoming first-year undergraduate students. Students transferring to the University should visit the Investing in a Drexel Education page for more detailed financial information.
Your First-Year Costs
Below are the estimated costs of tuition, fees, and average room and board based on three quarters for the 2021–2022 academic year.
*Net Price is the cost of attendance minus the average financial aid award package offered to first-year students for 2019–2020.
Financial Aid Awarded
received financial aid awards.
received gift aid from Drexel.
Average grant aid award to first-year, full-time undergraduates entering in fall 20205:
Drexel Scholarships and Grants
Federal Work-Study Funding
An Education That Yields Results
Drexel graduates earn
above the national average.2
Average full-time annual salary of a Drexel graduate one year after graduation.1
Ranked in top
universities for lifetime earnings.3
Within Pennsylvania, Drexel University ranks
8th out of 122
predominantly bachelor’s or above degree-granting institutions in terms of median earnings of students working and not enrolled 10 years after entry.4
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