Before you come to Drake, our Office of Student Financial Planning will work with you to ensure that your Drake education is financially accessible. A majority of Drake students—98 percent—receive scholarships and financial aid, making us one of the "Best Buys in College Education" according to Barron's 300 and Peterson's Guide to Competitive Colleges.
Full-time undergraduate tuition: $33,550
Room (double—all residence halls): $5,150
Board (all meal plans): $4,446
Student Activity Fee: $146
Annual rates include both fall and spring semesters, with 12 to 18 credit hours per semester.
Student Health Insurance for 2013-14
Domestic student annual voluntary plan rate was $1,768 for the 2012-13 academic year. The new rate will be released in April. International students may contact the Center for International Programs (1-515-271-2084) for insurance rate information.
Apply Now - Fall 2015 Application for Admission
March 1 - Priority deadline for filing the FAFSA
March 1 - Priority deadline for the Honors Program
March 6 - Admitted Student Day
March 27- Admitted Student Day
April 6 - Sophomore/Junior Campus Preview Day
April 10 - Admitted Student Day
April 20 - Sophomore/Junior Campus Preview Day