Financing Your Public Health Education
We make every effort to ensure that current students and applicants receive as much financial assistance as possible through merit-based scholarships, grants and student loans.
School of Public Health Scholarships
Full-time MPH students are considered for scholarships based upon academic merit, financial need and fit with the School of Public Health. Nearly three-quarters of the Full-time MPH program class of 2016 received some financial support. MS applicants should contact the department directly to learn more about scholarship opportunities. Approximately two-thirds of students enrolled full-time in the doctoral programs receive some type of tuition funding and/or stipend.
A variety of scholarships are available from the School of Public Health. If admitted to the program, applicants will be sent supplemental information on applying for scholarships. Find out more.
Drexel University is pleased to partner with City Year to offer a 25% annual scholarship for both the full-time and Executive Master’s in Public Health (MPH) programs. Find out more.
Additionally, students can apply for scholarships available through various companies and public health-related agencies. For more information, please click here.
Teaching and Research Assistants
Full-time doctoral students serve as teaching and/or research assistants as part of their tuition funding and stipend.
Once enrolled in the program, many full-time MPH and MS students work on a part-time basis as research assistants for faculty members or for research centers at the School of Public Health and throughout the University. Second-year MPH students are eligible to be teaching assistants for first-year MPH courses. These positions are paid on an hourly basis, and given to students in good academic standing. Students also work in such departments as athletics and recreation and the library.
Tuition for 2014-15 Academic Year
Please click here for current tuition rates and fees.
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. For more information, please contact Drexel Central at ask.drexel.edu or call 215.895.1600. For more information on fellowships, please visit the Drexel Fellowships Office website at http://drexel.edu/fellowships/.