At Temple, we’re committed to helping veterans make a smooth transition from military to college life. Military service members and veterans also enjoy the unparalleled access to excellence and opportunities for success Temple offers. We invite you to learn more about Temple University and apply now.
Transfer Credits for Military Service
Temple awards college credit for documented military experience according to the ACE (American Council on Education) guide recommendations. Examples of acceptable documentation for military experience include AARTS (Army/ACE Registry Transcript System), SMART (Sailor/Marine/ACE Registry Transcript) or Community College of the Air Force transcript. For credit to be awarded, it must be useful in a student's program of study. Learn more about transfer credits for veterans.
Contact the veterans certification officer in University Registrar at 215-204-8387 with any questions you might have.
ARMY ROTC at Temple
Warrior Leaders Wanted!
Temple Army ROTC (Reserve Officers Training Corps) is one of the best leadership courses in the country and can be a part of your college curriculum. Being a student at Temple and learning to become a leader will make your college experience even richer, and prepare you for the future. From scholarships to leadership development, there's something for everyone, and the benefits last a lifetime.
For more information about Temple University ROTC, call Marc Young at 215-204-7482 or email email@example.com.
Find More Information
We thank you for your service, and invite you to learn more about the resources and benefits available to you as a veteran or an enlisted service member. We offer guidance and support with admissions and financial aid processes, as well as academic and other support services.
G.I. Bill Comparison Tool
This tool provides key information about college affordability and value so that veteran students can make informed decisions about where to attend school. Calculate your Post-9/11 GI Bill benefits and research approved programs to compare colleges by tuition and fees, housing allowances, and book stipends.
College Scorecard (College Affordability and Transparency Center)
The College Scorecard is a planning tool designed to assist you and your family as you evaluate school options.
College Navigator (National Center for Education Statistics)
The College Navigator provides school information including tuition and fees, retention and graduation rates, use of financial aid, and student loan default rates. It also features a cost calculator and a school comparison tool.
The Financial Aid Shopping Sheet
The Financial Aid Shopping Sheet is a sample financial aid award letter designed to simplify information about costs and financial aid so that students can easily compare the costs of attending school.
Yellow Ribbon Program
The Yellow Ribbon Program is part of the Post-9/11 GI Bill, and Temple University is one of the nation's participating, approved degree-granting institution. Yellow Ribbon schools make additional funds available for veterans and their dependents who meet eligibility requirements, without an additional charge to their GI Bill entitlement. Learn more.
Paying For College
Paying for College is administered by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and can be used to enter the names of up to three schools to receive detailed financial information on each and to enter financial aid award information.