Tuition & Fees
Temple University tuition and fees are based on a variety of factors, including your school or college association, student level, residency and credit hours. You and your family can 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 the Office of the Bursar.
Fly in 4
Fly in 4 Graduation 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.
We offer a number of financial aid and assistance options for eligible students, including scholarships, grants, loans and work-study programs. About 79% of first-year Temple students receive need-based financial aid and all students are automatically considered for academic scholarships. Student Financial Services can provide you with information on all different financial aid types.
Learn more about our options for financial aid and assistance with Student Financial Services.