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Through a collaboration between American Public Health Association (APHA) and Drexel University Online, you and your immediate family members can now earn a top-ranked degree or certificate and receive special tuition rates when you enroll in one of Drexel's distinguished online programs. (Tuition reductions vary from program to program. To find out the exact reduction you will receive for your program of interest, please click on the Tuition tab.) You may also be eligible for tuition assistance for job-related programs through your organization's benefits policy and deferred tuition payment plans through Drexel.
Drexel Partnership Features And Benefits:
If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact your organization's personal Partnership Liaison directly. Their contact information can be found on this page.
The following online programs are available to you at reduced rates through the American Public Health Association (APHA)-Drexel University Online partnership. When you apply, use APHA as your partner affiliation code to qualify for special tuition rates.
Below is a breakdown of the current tuition reductions available to you and your immediate family. To qualify for your tuition reduction, you must enter your organization's affiliation code APHA on your application to qualify. If you have any questions, please contact us via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learn more about the Drexel University Employer Reimbursement Plan.
Drexel University works hard to make sure that every student can afford tuition to earn their top-ranked degree online. While every program has its own tuition rate, we offer special reduced rates for alumni and students affiliated with the military and various partnered organizations. Discounted tuition rates do not apply to on-campus residencies.
It's important to submit your application as soon as possible to be deemed eligible for assistance. If you anticipate being dependent on federal loan or grant programs in order to start classes at Drexel, be aware that any federal loan or grant money you qualify for will not be available to you until after you've submitted all of the following:
Drexel's application deadlines are designed to assure that you're admitted in time to obtain textbooks and complete other start-up and orientation activities, but may not allow sufficient time to guarantee processing of financial aid requests.
Timely receipt of financial aid funds also assumes that you pre-register for courses and promptly respond to additional financial aid requests such as signing promissory notes, completion of federally required entrance counseling, and supplying documentation if selected for verification.
To start an application, please click on your program of interest below.