Tuition Rates & Fees

Each year, tuition rates for the subsequent academic year are announced by the Board of Trustees. Rate changes will be posted when official announcements are made in June. Temple University is a state-related institution; therefore, there are different tuition rates for Pennsylvania state residents and out-of-state residents. Students make tuition payments to Temple University at the beginning of each semester.

See current tuition and fee information from the Office of the Bursar, or view as a PDF file.

Please note that in addition to university-wide tuition and fees, the Fox School of Business also assesses a one-time program fee of $750 with the first semester.


Fox School of Business recognizes outstanding educational achievement through awarding tuition scholarships.  These awards are based on merit which includes overall GPA, accounting course GPA and GMAT scores, where applicable. Students being considered for merit-based scholarships do not need to complete additional forms or submit additional application essays or recommendations. Scholarship recipients are notified shortly after the admission decision is made.

Alumni Rewards Program

At the Fox School of Business, we believe that learning is a lifelong pursuit. That’s why we offer a 5% tuition scholarship to any Temple University undergraduate alumna/us who is accepted into one of Fox’s graduate programs.*

You may also consider other sources of funding from organizations that you belong to that may offer financial aid funds. Organizations to consider include religious organizations, fraternal organizations, clubs, athletics, veteran groups, ethnic groups, unions, employers, rotary clubs, etc.

Who is eligible for loans? 
American citizens and permanent residents of the USA (Domestic students) are often eligible for federal student loans as well as supplemental (alternative) loans through private lenders.  Applicants should contact Temple University’s Office of Student Financial Services at regarding questions about the total estimated cost of attendance and/or lender information.

What is the process for applying?
Domestic students may file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for the upcoming academic semester during the application process. Additionally, students may file for private loans after being offered admission.

Temple University’s Office of Student Financial Services assists eligible students in obtaining State and Federal Government grants and guaranteed loans.

Please email your questions regarding financial aid to

Financial Aid for International Students:

International students are not eligible for federal loans and therefore use alternative loans as their primary source of funding. All international students are eligible for loans through the National Education Loan Network (Nelnet), which offers low interest rates. Other loan programs for international students include:

Scholarships and loans may be applied to your tuition. The remaining balance can be paid by check, credit card or bank wire. For more information on payment options please visit:

*Domestic programs only