Temple University welcomes students from other colleges and universities who wish to enroll in courses on any of our campuses.
Students should bring or fax a permission form from their home institution, listing the specific Temple courses that have been approved for transfer. If the courses have prerequisites, students must provide proof of having taken and passed them. Some courses may also require special authorization from instructors or departments at Temple (e.g. business courses numbered 0100 and above).
Click here for a downloadable fax-in registration form.
Registration and schedule revision services are available through the Ambler campus Office of Academic Services In order for Academic Services to process your registration request, they must receive the following three items:
Academic Services cannot process your registration request until they have received ALL items. All application materials must be received by the first day of the semester in which you are intending to take coursework. Information may be submitted in person, by mail or by fax to 267-468-8255.
Non-degree seeking (non-matriculated) and visiting students interested in taking classes at Temple University Ambler and Temple University Fort Washington during the Spring 2013 semester should download the following form.
Non-degree seeking (non-matriculated) Student and Visiting Student Mail-In/Fax-In Form - Spring 2013
To learn more, visit the Continuing Studies section.
Payment can be made in person at the Bursar's Office in West Hall or mailed to:
Temple University Ambler
580 Meetinghouse Road
Ambler, PA 19002
If you have access to Self Service Banner at TUportal, you can make a payment by electronic check or credit card through TUpay. To gain access to Self Service Banner, see Main Campus Computer Services to set up an AccessNet account (directions appear under the "For Students" section).
If you have any questions regarding billing and/or financial aid, please contact Student Financial Services at 267-468-8443.
Visiting students are eligible to receive a Temple University identification (ID) card 24 hours after completing the initial registration through the Office of Academic Services. This card enables visiting students to access University support services and programs in the same way that Temple University students do. These services include academic and personal counseling, tutorial services in mathematics, science, and writing, in addition to many others. The Office of Academic Services can provide further information on specific services.
For information and instructions, visiting students should contact the financial aid office at their home schools and Temple University Ambler's office of Student Financial Services. At Ambler, please call 267-468-8443.
The University will not send a transcript to home institutions automatically. Upon completion of the course(s), visiting students should contact the Office of the Academic Services at Ambler (West Hall Room 102, 267-468-8248) in order to request an official transcript.