We’re committed to keeping a Temple education affordable for all.

At Temple, you get the reasonable costs of a public university with the advantages of a world-class research institution. Our goal is to make it financially possible for every qualified applicant to enroll, so that we may continue to build the diverse and talented student community for which we’re known. It’s why all students are automatically considered for academic scholarships during the application process.

Financial aid opportunities can help you finance your education at Temple. 

  • We award more than $100 million in scholarships each year.
  • 70% of eligible first year students receive need-based aid. 
  • In recent years, more than half of our students were offered merit-based scholarships, ranging from $1,000 to full tuition.

Tuition varies according to the school, college or program you choose, but our annual rate for in-state students begins at $16,488. Base tuition for out-of-state students is $29,712.

Dates to Remember

  • Aug. 1: Common Application opens
  • Oct. 1: Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) opens
  • Nov. 1: Fall Early Action deadline Nov. 1
  • Feb. 1: Regular Decision application deadline for first-year students
  • Feb. 1: Temple’s FAFSA priority deadline
  • Mid-February: Financial aid awarding begins for admitted students
  • May 1: Decision Day: Enrollment and housing deadline

INFORMATION ABOUT TUITION AND FEES: Tuition, housing and meal charges may vary based on selection of major, residence hall, room type and/or meal plans. The University Services fee includes access to information technology, student activities, counseling and health services. Tuition/fees are set regardless of instruction method and will not be refunded for any reason, including if instruction occurs remotely for any part of the academic year and regardless of the inability to access facilities, or any disruption to or cancellation of activities, events, services or programs during the academic year. Use our tuition calculator to more accurately predict your cost of attendance prior to financial aid.