At Temple, you get the reasonable costs of a public university with the advantages of a world-class research institution. All students are automatically considered for academic scholarships. Our goal is to make it financially possible for every qualified applicant to enroll, so that we may continue to build the talented and diverse student community that we're known for.
Tuition and Fees
For more than 130 years, we have focused on providing a world-class education at an affordable price. Just compare Temple to other comparable in- and out-of-state universities and see what we mean. View current tuition rates.
Temple awards more than $100 million in scholarships each year, with many of our first-year students receiving academic scholarships. There is no separate application required. Learn more about our first-year academic scholarships.
New transfer students with a cumulative GPA of 3.3 or higher are considered for academic scholarships ranging from $1,000 to $5,000, based on a review of previous college work. No separate application is required.
Other University Scholarships
Temple University offers incoming and continuing undergraduate students numerous scholarship opportunities to assist you in financing your education. Find out more about these scholarships.
At Temple, 70 percent of first-year students receive need-based financial aid.
Assistance is available to eligible students in the form of scholarships, grants, loans and work-study programs. Other types of aid, such as employer tuition remission and veterans' benefits are also offered.
Beyond Temple, many outside groups sponsor private scholarships, loans and grants. You're encouraged to explore all of the opportunities available and apply early to make higher education an affordable experience for you.
Federal Student Aid
Submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to apply for federal financial aid. Prior Year FAFSA filing begins Oct. 1 (use your prior year tax year data), with a priority filing deadline of February 1. Priority consideration is given to applications received and completed by this date. After February 1, financial aid awards will continue to be made, but all funding sources may not be available. Learn more about and complete your FAFSA.