• B4USoar —Earn college credits as a high school junior or senior through the B4USoar program, a unique college readiness and mentoring program for Philadelphia public and charter school students. This tuition-free program will allow you to take courses after school in a variety of subject areas in business and beyond. Open to students in grades 11 or 12.
  • Cecil B. Moore Scholars Program—The Cecil B. Moore Scholars Program offers students from North Philadelphia coordinated pre-college preparation, admits students in cohorts for focused campus advising and mentoring, and awards scholarships that cover base tuition at Temple. The program is meant exclusively for students living in the eight North Philadelphia zip codes surrounding Temple who attend Philadelphia public (district or charter) high schools. Open to students in or entering grade 12.

  • College of Education and Human Development Exploratory Coursework - The College of Education and Human Development offers several general education courses that students who meet particular entry criteria can take as non-matriculated students. These 3-credit courses are available to high school students at a discounted tuition rate. Open to students in or entering grades 11 and 12.

  • Continuing Studies - Get started on earning college credit while still in high school through the Office of Continuing Studies. Undergraduate courses are available in a wide variety of subject areas in the fall and spring semesters. The credits students earn will become part of their academic record, and high school students are eligible for a special reduced tuition rate. Open to students in or entering grades 11 or 12, or students who have been admitted to Temple and plan to start in the fall semester. 

  • Temple Education Scholars - Temple Education Scholars (TES) is a year-long dual enrollment program designed for college-bound high school seniors to take up to 5 education courses at Temple University in a supportive environment. This program prepares students for future employment as educators within the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. While not all TES participants may ultimately pursue admission to Temple, a major in education, and/or a career as an educator, all will certainly benefit from the course offerings, the relationships with peers, TES program staff, and Temple professors, and the experience of successfully completing up to five college courses. Open to students in or entering grade 12.

  • Temple Science and Math Scholars Program for High School Students - Takes place at our Ambler, PA campus. Earn 12 college credits in math and science and earn a Certificate in Specialized Studies in Math and Science upon completion of the program. Open to students in grades 11 and 12. Email amblereg@temple.edu or call 267-468-8260 for more information.