Drexel University

Drexel University Review

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Published: 08 October 2019

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Both my undergraduate and graduate degree was obtain from Drexel University. I worked full-time at Drexel University while obtaining my graduate degree part-time. I took 2 classes per term for 2 1/2 years to complete my graduate degree. One of the benefits in working full-time at Drexel University was its tuition reimbursement program; therefore my tuition was covered for my graduate degree. Meaning I only had student loan debt for my undergraduate degree. Upon graduating Drexel University with my graduate degree, I was unemployed for the first 6 months, therefore I was unable to pay back my undergraduate loans right away. I finally got a job that did not pay well, which meant I had to concentrate on other bills and applied for a forbearance on my student loans. To make matters worse I suffered a house fire where I lost 95% of everything I owned and was homeless for 1 month. The good news is I finally got a decent job that enabled me to pay off all of my other debt leaving me to concentrate on my undergraduate student loans. Little did I realize that my debt included loans amounts for my graduate degree which was paid via Drexel’s tuition reimbursement program. After bringing this issue to Drexel’s attention I was told they issued me thousands of dollars in checks over the course of 2 years for the extra money that did not applied to my tuition expenses. I provided Drexel with banks statements proving no money was ever received. I have contacted AES and provided them the same documents. I have gotten the cold shoulder from both entities. Drexel has pocketed and collected interest on approximately $42,500 and I being forced to pay it all back. Has anyone else experienced a related issue involving Drexel University? This is an ongoing battle. Any and all assistance is being accepted in resolving this issue. .

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