Admissions & Aid.

 

Admissions & Aid

If you are interested in attending Drew—learning in “The Forest” as an undergraduate, transfer or graduate student—this is where you start.

We are here to help you through the admissions process, including answering all of your questions, arranging a campus visit and helping you apply for financial aid. We’re in this together.

 

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Financial Aid & Scholarships

Merit Scholarships
Drew is quite generous with financial aid and provides over $35 million to its students in financial aid each year. Both domestic and international students can qualify for merit-based scholarships, which are based on previous academic achievement. These scholarships do not require any additional application so students are automatically considered at the point of admission.

In addition to these merit scholarships, first-year students may also apply for Drew Action Scholars and the Drew Scholarship for the Arts. Drew Action Scholars is for students committed to community, innovation and global impact in a connected world. The Drew Scholarship for the Arts is for students who excel in the arts and plan to be an active member of the art community at Drew.

Need-Based Financial Assistance
In addition to merit aid, US citizens who file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) are also considered for need-based financial assistance. Limited need-based funds are also available to international students who submit the International Student Financial Aid Application.