- This form is used to add or drop courses with instructor’s approval.
- Request permission to register for 9 or more credits in one summer session or 19 or more credits in the fall or spring semesters.
- A cumulative GPA of 2.75 and a MEETING WITH AN ADVISOR is required for approval.
- Matriculated undergraduate students at Temple are expected to take all of their courses at Temple, unless they receive permission in advance to take courses at another institution. Prior permission is required to receive transfer credit for courses taken elsewhere once you are a student at Temple.
- Full-time, degree seeking students who wish to voluntarily withdraw from the university for one or two semesters (fall and/or spring) are strongly encouraged to apply for a Leave of Absence (LOA).
- If approved, you will remain eligible for the same requirements as when you declared your major
- You will also have access to Temple e-mail, university library systems, and priority and self registration for the approved semester of return.
- By contrast, students who leave the university without any notice and without an approved LOA must apply to be re-enrolled and, if allowed to return, must follow the most recent university curricular requirements in place for the semester of their return.
- University Policy on Leave of Absence
- To be used when a serious extenuating circumstance beyond your control prevents you from continuing with ALL of your courses in the affected semester (to include serious medical circumstance, family emergency, military deployment, or other approved emergency).
- For a list of extenuating circumstances, see the complete policy here: 02.10.14.
- Students seeking an excused withdrawal MUST meet with an academic advisor; your completed Petition for Excused Withdrawal MUST also be returned to a Fox academic advisor.
- Appropriate documentation is required and is outlined in the Petition for Excused Withdrawal.
- A Petition for Excused Withdrawal must be filed within one (1) year from the end date of the semester in which the student is seeking an excused withdrawal.
- Petitions approved for serious medical circumstances also require Medical Provider’s Clearance to Return to Temple University BEFORE future registration is permitted.
- A Fox Academic Advisor will discuss your options and assist you with the completion and submission of this petition if appropriate:
- Who needs to complete this application?
Matriculated students who have not enrolled for one fall or spring semester without permission to study elsewhere or an approved leave of absence who would like to continue their education in the Fox School of Business and Management. Students academically dismissed from Temple University are eligible to apply for reinstatement after 8 semesters not including summer sessions.
- Application deadlines
August 1 for the fall semester; December 1 for the spring semester; April 1 for the summer semester. Applications must be complete and deadlines are strictly enforced.
- fall applications are reviewed in June/July; spring applications are reviewed in November/December; summer applications are reviewed in April. Applicants will be notified of readmit decisions by email (if provided) or U.S. Mail once reviewed. Allow 4 – 6 weeks after the deadline for a decision.
- Did you enroll elsewhere while you were not at Temple ?
You must have official transcripts sent directly to the Undergraduate Admissions Office at Temple University:
1801 North Broad Street, Conwell Hall 103
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19122-6096
– transcripts must be received by the deadline for consideration for readmission
- Do you have any holds (except academic holds) on your record?
All holds must be cleared by the application deadline for consideration for readmission.
- Program requirements upon return
You must meet current program requirements upon return and upper-level business courses (those numbered 100 or higher) earned previously may no longer apply toward the degree if the absence is 5 or more years
- Submit your electronic re-enrollment application here.
- Download the paper version here.
- Use this to help you chart your plan of study to be sure you can finish by your anticipated graduation date
- Be sure you have prerequisite courses scheduled in the proper order
- The Suggested Sequence of taking courses for your major, found in your Undergraduate Bulletin (use the Bulletin Archives if needed for your Catalog Year) can help you decide when to take your courses
- Consider using summers for co-ops, or internships