Tuition and Fee charges will be assessed to students by the beginning of each term and thereafter upon enrollment.
It is the responsibility of students who have enrolled and registered for classes and have subsequently changed their plans to add/drop courses online as necessary to avoid liability for associated charges.
Courses added to the student schedule after the initial enrollment period for the term will assessed at 100% of the applicable tuition and fee charges. Tuition and fees will not be pro-rated.
Room and Board charges, including any applicable cancellation charges, will be assessed according to the terms of the contract signed by students living in campus housing.
STUDENTS WILL BE LIABLE TO PAY TUITION AND FEE CHARGES FOR COURSES THEY HAVE NOT DROPPED ON A TIMELY BASIS.
E-bill statements for current terms will be generated on a regular basis once charges are assessed for each term.
E-Bills may be viewed on the My Drake Account tab in blueView.
E-Bills do not update once they have been generated. The Current Account balance, also available on the My Drake Account tab in blueView, is a better place to view up to date account information.
The Student Accounts office will be happy to assist students with questions concerning any item on the e-bill, but may need to refer the student to the office where the charge originated.
Drake University took a powerful step this summer in renewing its commitment to the growth and development of the Drake Neighborhood when University officials hired Drake alumnus Nick Valdez to the position of Neighborhood and Community Relations Manager.