Frequently Asked Questions.
Using the IRS Data Retrieval Tool is:
CAUTION: If you are a financial aid recipient and are thinking about dropping hours, withdrawing from any classes or completely withdrawing from the college, please consult with a financial aid counselor. This can have a negative impact on your SAP status.
Scholarships at Drew University are offered based on merit and financial need. At the time of admission to Drew University you will be awarded merit based scholarships and grants. Once Drew receives your FAFSA application, you will be evaluated for additional financial aid based on need.
If you are awarded an outside scholarship, it is imperative that the college receives the funds from the donor in ample time to credit it towards your tuition and fees. When mailing the scholarship check to Drew, the donor must specify your name and student ID or SSN, the term in which the funds are to be applied, what the funds are to be used for (ex: tuition and fees) and whether any remaining funds can be given to that student. Please note that in some instances, this may affect your need based funds. Consult with your financial aid counselor for more assistance.