Scholarships, Tuition and Financial Aid
Drexel University makes every effort to ensure that current students and applicants receive as much financial assistance as possible. All incoming students to the full-time MPH and MS in Biostatistics program are eligible for merit-based scholarships ranging from $8,000 to $17,000 per academic year. Additionally, students can apply for scholarships available through various companies and public health-related agencies. For more information, please click here.
Students enrolled in the DrPH and PhD programs typically receive full tuition funding in addition to a stipend.
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.
Beginning in Fall 2014, the School of Public Health is pleased to offer a full tuition Health and Human Rights Scholarship for applicants to the full-time Master's in Public Health (MPH) program. Find out more.
The Joseph C. Tringali Memorial Scholarship was established to reflect the values of the man for whom it is named, and is awarded each year to a student pursuing a master’s or doctoral degree at the School of Public Health.
Drexel University is also 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.