Costs, Aid and Scholarships

Affordability and world-class education

At Temple University and the College of Science and Technology, you get the reasonable costs of a public university and all the advantages of a world-class research institution. All students are automatically considered for academic scholarships. In fact, 40 percent of our fall freshman class and 35 percent of transfers received merit awards. 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 Temple is known for.

Fly in 4

The Fly in 4 partnership allows you to complete your degree on time—or Temple will pay for your remaining course work. And graduating on time means your path to success starts sooner.

For its part, Temple provides you with the resources you need to graduate in four years, like academic advising and classes offered when you need them. You commit to doing what it takes to blaze your career path in four years.
But the best part? There’s no penalty if you opt out of the agreement or take longer than four years to graduate.

Power your future. Find out more about Fly in 4.

Tuition and fees

For more than 125 years, we have focused on providing a world-class education at an affordable price. View current tuition rates.

Scholarships

Freshman
Temple offer academic scholarships that range from $3,000 - full tuition for students with a strong GPA and strong standardized test scores.  There is no separate application required.  The College of Science and Technology also offers scholarship and awards.

Transfer
New transfer students are considered for academic scholarships ranging from $1,000 - $5,000 based on a review of previous college work and a cumulative GPA of 3.30 or higher.  There is no separate application required.

Other university scholarships
Temple University offers incoming and continuing undergraduate students numerous scholarship opportunities to assist you in financing your education. 

Financial aid

At Temple, 60 percent of first-year students receive need-based financial aid. And the average first-year financial aid package is $15,373. Temple offer assistance to eligible students in the form of scholarships, grants, loans, and work-study programs. The university also offer other types of aid, like employer tuition remission and veterans' benefits. In addition to financial aid that is awarded by the university, many outside groups sponsor private scholarships, loans, and grants. We encourage you to explore all of the opportunities available and apply early to make higher education an affordable experience for you.

Learn more

To view current tuition rates, apply for financial aid, and access a net price calculator, go to the Temple University Undergraduate Admissions page.