Have you received an offer of admission to Temple University?
Congratulations! We’re so excited for you, and we’re here to help you take the next steps toward choosing Temple.
You’ll find the information you need to secure your place at Temple, including accepting your offer of admission and submitting your non-refundable enrollment deposit. Make sure to read through your next steps as a first-year, transfer or international student.
Next Steps for Admitted First-year Students
If you’re an admitted first-year student, follow these steps to secure your spot and officially become a Temple Owl.
Studying at Ambler Campus? The following steps apply to you, except for the on-campus housing. There are several off-campus housing options near Ambler Campus. Contact Ambler’s Office of Student Life at 267-468-8425 for more information.
Temple Rome Entry Year Program
If you’ve been accepted into the Temple Rome Entry Year Program, you will receive instructions for what you will need to do to access your Rome Portal and secure your visa if you are not a European Union citizen. Also, there will be additional information about Orientation and your housing options in Rome. Be sure to check your Temple email often to stay updated on important dates and deadlines.
Check the Next Steps channel on your TUportal.
Next Steps for International Students
If you’re an admitted international student, read through the following steps to learn more about how to secure your spot at Temple, including important payments and forms.
Next Steps for Transfer Students
If you’re an admitted transfer student, commit to Temple by following the steps below.
The Transfer Equivalency Tool helps current and prospective students determine how their college-level academic credits may transfer to Temple. Use these tables to find the current listing of available Temple equivalents to classes at various two-year and four-year institutions, as well as Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, CLEP and A-Level exams.
Explore how to use the Transfer Equivalency Tool.
Request to Defer
If you’re an admitted first-year student and you’ve already made your deposit, you may be able to defer your admission for up to one year. First-year students may defer admission to complete religious, volunteer or military service or for unplanned medical circumstances.
Admitted students will not be approved to defer their enrollment to attend another college or university or apply to another college or university while holding their space at Temple University.
Students interested in deferral must complete our brief deferred enrollment request form via TUportal and provide a final high school or college transcript. Please note that admitted transfer students are not eligible to request a deferral. If you are a transfer student who can not attend for the semester in which you have been admitted, you will need to re-apply for admission for a future semester.