Our Bottom Line.

 

Our Bottom Line.

Let’s be clear—college tuition is too high. So we lowered ours by 20% in fall 2018. We rolled it back to 2010 to provide even greater access to the benefits of a Drew education for even more families. And our generous scholarships and need-based financial aid lower costs even more.

From the beginning, Drew demonstrated a commitment to do all that was possible to make (our daughter’s) dream a reality. The admissions counselor worked directly with the financial aid office to advocate for our needs. I knew then that the Drew community would treat us like a family member instead of a stranger. ”
—Michelle Backe
Parent of Ashley Backe ’19

Merit Scholarships

Applicants to Drew from high school will be considered for one of three major scholarships at Drew, ranging from $5,000 to $20,000: The Francis Asbury Scholarship, The Presidential Scholarship and The Dean’s Scholarship.

Low Debt

According to the nonprofit Project on Student Debt, Drew graduates have lower average debt compared to other colleges, public and private.

The staff in the financial aid office were incredibly helpful, approachable and understanding. Drew has become my second home. ”
—Jonathan Van Dongen ’17
Teach For America