What Amount of Financial Assistance is Available?
$41,013 is the normal Drexel University's freshman financial aid package. About 100.0% of incoming students obtain financial aid, most of which is scholarships and grants.
Loans are a part of financial aid packages, but the only true discount off of the cost of college is a scholarship or grant that you do not need to pay back.
Student debt ought to be regarded as an "outcome" rather than "aid". Read more on student loan debt at Drexel.
How Much Is Offered in Scholarships & Grants?
The numbers below refer to aid which is provided by Drexel University.
100.0% of new students (3,349 total) were given scholarships at Drexel University, averaging $28,332 per person. This ranks in the top 20th percentile of all colleges in the country.
873 first years also received federal grant aid. About 26.0% of Drexel freshmen received grants around $5,659 per person.
See the typical level of scholarships and grants freshmen receive by looking at the chart below.
Scholarships are awarded based on merit, while grants are awarded based on financial need.
Financial Aid by Income Level
Learn how much scholarship and grant assistance you may expect to receive determined by your family income. The chart following displays freshmen getting Title IV aid which includes PLUS loans.
|Income Level||Percent of Freshman||Average Assistance|
|Income 110k +||27.1%||$25,934|
Title IV aid includes grants, loans, or work-study granted from the government usually determined by need. Learn more here.
The Standard Undergraduate Receiving a Grant or Scholarship Will Get $25,076
87.0% of the 15,667 undergrads at Drexel University obtain some kind of grant aid. A total of about 13,605 students benefiting from an average of $25,076 per person.
Drexel University Financial Aid Information
|Financial Aid Department Website||https://drexel.edu/drexelcentral/finaid/overview/|
|Net Price Calculator||https://drexel.edu/drexelcentral/finaid/prospective-students/net-price-calculator/|