No One Outsmarts a Fox
Earn an affordable undergraduate degree from the Fox School of Business, and power your career path. With two options—traditional and online—and 15 majors and 19 minors, you’ll receive cutting-edge business knowledge, gain access to state-of-the-art technology and resources, and study with world-renowned faculty who are experts in their field.
The Fox School has a longstanding tradition of preparing professionals with the power to lead tomorrow’s economy. As a student, you’ll gain an innovative prospective and enter the workforce with professional polish and know-how. With a reputation for strong work ethics and roll-up-your sleeves attitudes, the Fox School advances the world of business and transforms lives through education.
Return on Your Investment
Success in the working world often depends on a level of professional polish, as well as academic preparation. To help stay competitive in today’s job market, the Fox School blends outstanding career opportunities and professional development into its dynamic undergraduate curriculum. It’s no wonder Fox School graduates are recognized for their ability to hit the ground running in their careers. Many recruiters call this the Fox Difference.
The school’s Center for Student Professional Development (CSPD) will help you improve your career skills such as professionalism, business etiquette, and ethics; increasing your marketability.
Services offered by CSPD include:
- Resume development and critique workshops
- Mock interview sessions with CSPD professionals and corporate recruiters
- A Professional Development Strategies course
- On-campus networking and interview sessions
- State-of-the-art interview rooms
Fly in 4
The Fly in 4 partnership guarantees that you can complete your degree on time—or Temple will pay for your remaining coursework. Like most partnerships, both sides have to do their parts for it to work. 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.
The best part? There is no penalty if you opt out of the agreement or if you take longer than four years to graduate.
Tuition and Fees
Temple University tuition and fees are based on a variety of factors, including student’s school and college association, student level (undergraduate, graduate, or professional), residency and credit hours. View the current Temple University tuition rates Link will open in a new window and utilize the tuition calculator to estimate your tuition rate by selecting your specific student characteristics, such as school or college, student level, residency, etc. You can also estimate your housing costs by selecting your residence hall and meal plan.
To learn more about the explanation of tuition and fees, refunds, housing and meal plan rates, and residency information visit Link will open in a new windowthe Office of the Bursar’s website.
At the Fox School and Temple University, students from all walks of life can access a college education. This belief is backed by facts.
- About 60% of first-year Temple students receive need-based financial aid
- All students are automatically considered for academic scholarships Link will open in a new window
- The average first-year financial aid package is about $15,000
In addition to the university’s reasonable tuition rates, you may be eligible for a number of financial-aid and assistance options Link will open in a new window. These include scholarships, grants, loans, and work-study programs. The university offers other types of aid, such as employer tuition remission and veterans’ benefits. The goal is to make it financially possible for every qualified applicant to enroll and pursue your dreams. Explore all of the opportunities available and apply early for financial aid Link will open in a new window.
Steps to Financial Aid
The Temple University Student Financial Services office encourages all students to complete the annual FAFSA application. Review the following financial aid steps to ensure that you understand all of the factors involved in receiving and retaining financial aid.
Complete the FAFSA Link will open in a new window
Students seeking financial aid at Temple University apply for it by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as of October 1. Temple’s FAFSA priority filing deadline is March 1.
To receive and retain financial aid, students must meet certain eligibility requirements.
Office of the Bursar, Main Campus Link will open in a new window
1803 North Broad Street
115 Carnell Hall (040-13)
Philadelphia, PA 19122
Hours: Monday to Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
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1700 N. Broad Street, 2nd Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19122
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Hours: Monday – Thursday 8:30AM to 5:00PM, Friday 8:30AM to 1:00PM