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Undergraduate Student Tuition and Fees

2023-24 TUITION AND FEES

Tuition: $44,260
Fees: $1,100
Housing & Food: $17,040

For a full breakdown and schedule of tuition and fees, click here.

*Room for residents is based on double occupancy. Board is the standard seven-day unlimited meal plan. Students requiring health insurance are charged a fee of $2,202.

**The General Fee is a mandatory per-semester charge to all students that underwrites support of:

  • The accredited Student Health Services Center, which provides for treatment of minor illness, management of chronic diseases/disabilities, wellness education, gynecological care, etc., as well as COVID-19 health and safety testing and associated protocols.
  • The Counseling Center, which provides mental health wellness services such as short-term therapy, testing, outreach programs, etc.
  • Ehinger Center operations and the student activities programming, both in-person and virtual.
OTHER EXPENSES

There are other expenses related to college–such as books, supplies and transportation–that families should consider. Because these costs vary from student to student, the amounts shown below are only estimates. Drew uses these amounts when calculating a financial aid award.

Books and Supplies: $1,200
Miscellaneous and Personal: $2,122
Transportation: $2,560 (commuter students only)
Estimated Loan Fees: $35

Financial Assistance

Drew offers a comprehensive program of need-based and merit-based financial assistance. Through this program, the University has been able to attract talented students from diverse backgrounds.

A typical financial assistance award from Drew consists of grants, part-time work opportunities and low-interest loans. Drew offered $35 million in institutional grants and scholarships last year.