Weekday Information Sessions
You can now participate in Temple’s Weekday Information Sessions from anywhere. Designed for first-year prospective students and their families, our Weekday Information Sessions are live webinars that allow you to learn more about Temple and the application process. Each session features an admissions counselor and current Temple student, who will share important information with participants.
Virtual Weekday Information Sessions are offered throughout the week at 5 p.m. EST. Each session is 45 minutes long. Register below for an upcoming session.
Temple’s Inclusive Communities Panel Series
Temple offers the Inclusive Communities Panel Series, which are virtual webinar panels that give you more information about the support, resources and social climate on campus. Participants will hear from current students and staff, who will share their knowledge and insight about the vibrant culture here at Temple. Future panels may include information and resources for Muslim, Latinx, and LGBTQIA+ students and families, for example.
LGBTQIA+ Student Panel
Dec. 1 at 6 p.m. EST
Join us for a student panel that will provide information to prospective and admitted students about the support and resources available for students who are a part of the LGBTQIA+ community. The panel will include student perspectives as well as representatives from Admissions and across the university. Students, parents and counselors are welcome to attend.
Prepare for Cecil B. Moore Scholars Consideration
Are you a rising senior in high school? Do you live in one of the selected North Philadelphia ZIP codes below? Do you attend a public or public charter school in Philadelphia? You may be eligible to be considered for a scholarship through the Cecil B. Moore Scholars Program at Temple University!
Temple offers information sessions on selected dates so students can learn more about the Cecil B. Moore Scholars Program consideration process. During these sessions we will share important tips for students about communication, deadlines and advocacy. Students, parents, counselors and school leaders are welcome to attend.
Students must live in one of the following ZIP codes and attend a public or public charter school in Philadelphia to be eligible for consideration: 19121, 19122, 19123, 19125, 19130, 19132, 19133 and 19140.
Please check back soon for upcoming dates and registration information.