Drexel offers undergraduate scholarships based on both merit and for students with various associations. Most scholarships are awarded when students begin full-time enrollment as a Drexel student. They are applied to all class terms as long as they maintain full-time status and continue to achieve a 2.0 cumulative GPA each academic year (unless otherwise noted). Scholarships are not available during terms of co-op.
Please Note: A student's total financial aid package cannot exceed the University's cost of attendance. Awards that make-up a financial aid package include grants, scholarships, loans, work-study, and scholarships from private organizations. Drexel reserves the right to adjust financial aid awards and packages at any time to ensure compliance with all institutional, state, and federal regulations.
Drexel Merit Scholarship
|Eligibility||First-year and transfer applicants (ACE applicants are ineligible); domestic and international applicants.|
|Award Amount||Varies; amount determined based on review of student's credentials by Admissions Committee.|
|Renewable Requirements||Renewable for future years of a student's undergraduate degree program during quarters they are registered for classes (a total of 12 academic class terms; the scholarship is not available during co-op), provided that they maintain a 2.0 cumulative GPA and full-time status.|
|Application||To be considered for an institutional merit scholarship, a complete admissions application must be submitted by the listed deadline. Students are evaluated for the scholarship at the same time they are considered for admission.|
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