WHY FOX?Founded in 1918, the Fox School is ranked among the top business schools in the region, the nation, and the world. Over 8,500 current students and 65,000 alumni have chosen the school for its proven record of excellence in student-centered, career-focused education.
A GREAT SCHOOL FOR VETERANSThe Fox School and Temple University—which has been designated by GI Jobs as a Military Friendly® school—are proud to be rated one of the 25 best colleges in the nation for veterans. IN 2017, Temple was awarded the Military Advanced Education and Transition (MAE&T) for designation of a Top Military-Friendly University.
BENEFITS FOR VETERANSVeterans are able to receive benefits for themselves, their spouse, and their dependent children. Temple also participates in the Yellow Ribbon Program, which means veterans are eligible for the Post-9/11 GI Bill. To learn more about benefits, visit the Military and Veteran Services and Office of the University Registrar websites.
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENTNew Fox School students are immediately CSPD’d by the Center for Professional Development through this unrivaled, comprehensive resource that offers workshops, mentorships, and a diverse array of professional development training to ensure students remain on target for their post-graduation career goals.
JOB PLACEMENT95% of graduates have been placed in jobs within three months of graduation due to the Fox School’s career-focused curriculum and the resources available through the Center for Student Professional Development.
STUDENT GROUPSThere are over two dozen Fox School-affiliated groups students can join—including the Business Honors Student Association, the Entrepreneurial Students Association, and the Society for Human Resource Management—that provide rewarding opportunities to learn, network, and form mutually beneficial professional relationships.
Even after commencement, students want to be part of the Fox School. One way they do this is through the Fox School of Business Alumni Association, where they can network with classmates and faculty, and continue to have access to professional development resources and more.
For more information about the Fox School, contact David Kaiser, director of undergraduate enrollment management via phone (215-204-5564) or email (Kaiser@temple.edu).
For information on admissions, visit Temple University’s admissions website.
For tuition information, visit the Office of the Bursar’s website.
For details on scholarships and financial aid, visit the Student Financial Services website.Visit Fox Apply Now