You’re very likely to receive financial assistance at Drake—approximately 98 percent of our students do. Because of this, the actual cost of your education may be less than the published tuition rate.
We are in the process of updating our net price calculators. Please note the information for incoming students for Fall 2017 is not yet current. We anticipate to have updated calculators available in the next two weeks. For scholarship information, please visit this page. If you have specific questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to the Office of Admission.
To help you estimate your actual cost to attend Drake University, use the Net Price Calculator/Cost and Financial Aid Estimator tool. The accuracy of the estimate will depend on the accuracy of the information you provide. Based on your answers to a few simple questions, the calculator will provide immediate estimates for scholarship awards and financial aid as well as an estimated net price. While the calculator will provide these estimates, it is not a guarantee of admission, scholarship, or financial aid.
The first year Net Price Calculator is designed to estimate the costs and financial aid available for full-time undergraduate students enrolling at Drake University directly from high school. Remember that all results are ESTIMATES based upon Drake’s 2015-2016 Cost of Attendance
The estimator is not available for international or international transfer students.
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