We strongly encourage our students to apply for any and every opportunity for which their interests, aspirations and accomplishments are a match. Further, we are ready to support them through the application process. 

Click here for more info about scholarships at Temple University

We also invite you to reach out to our Office of Scholar Development and Fellowships Advising. This office is here to help you identify and apply for nationally and internationally competitive, merit-based awards. Developing and refining an application package that effectively communicates your strengths is challenging. Having guidance throughout the process helps.  

Be sure to check websites for updated information about deadlines. Keep an eye open, too, for new opportunities posted on listservs. 

The Lambert Foundation Scholarship
The Lambert Foundation, located in Radnor PA, has generously provided financial assistance to students in the Temple Honors Program since 1995. The Lambert Scholarship is an undergraduate full-tuition scholarship for the fall and spring semesters (up to 18 credits per semester) for Pennsylvania residents. There is no application for this scholarship and students are selected based on scholarship criteria. 

The Adam Grickis Memorial Scholarship 
The Adam Grickis Memorial Scholarship is for junior Honors Film and Media Arts students. Adam Grickis was an Honors student and film and media arts major at Temple University, full of talent and promise, a good friend to his friends, a young man with a great zest for life and love of learning. He died in a tragic car accident;  you can see his memorial stone on 12th Street across from the Tech Center. In the early spring, you’ll notice the dogwoods in bloom, planted in his memory. The scholarship has been endowed by Adam's parents, Sue and Rich Grickis. 

The Sonkin-Weisman Scholars Program 
Created and funded by Mitch and Debra Sonkin and Marc and Giulia Weisman, the Sonkin-Weisman Scholars program is a prestigious, invitation-only scholarship awarded to a small number of Temple University College of Liberal Arts’ (CLA) most academically accomplished and intellectually ambitious students.

Sonkin-Weisman scholars have the opportunity to spend time and forge relationships with academic leadership and successful alumni to build their professional networks and receive ongoing mentorship and insight. This program offers a full suite of funded experiential learning opportunities (research, internships, community engagement and study abroad) to a select number of academically elite students.

The Sonkin-Weisman Scholars program aims to cultivate the best possible educational experience at one of the nation’s leading urban, public research universities. Our goal is to propel our scholars toward world-class careers, graduate programs and fellowships such as Gates-Cambridge, Rhodes and Fulbright.

In addition to any financial awards students are offered from Temple, Sonkin-Weisman Scholars are awarded an additional $6,000 while obtaining their undergraduate degree through guaranteed placement in three of our four signature learning experiences: internship stipend, undergraduate research award, travel abroad experience and community leadership scholarship.

Honors Student Grant Program
Honors students can apply for microgrants through our Honors Student Grant Program. These grants provide funding for out-of-classroom projects that are co-curricular in nature. Click here for more information and to apply.