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The University is actively engaged in offering both credit and non-credit continuing education courses and programs that meet the educational needs of adults, companies, agencies, and institutions in eastern Pennsylvania.

Post-Baccalaureate Non-Degree Students

Students who have earned an undergraduate degree from an accredited institution of higher education can enroll in graduate courses, even before they are formally admitted into a graduate degree program. Before they can register, students should contact the department of choice for proper academic advising. In some cases, they may need to secure special authorization of the department involved before they can register. Evidence of having completed an undergraduate degree will be required at the time of registration.

With the approval of the graduate department, credit may be granted toward a graduate degree for a maximum of nine semester hours taken at Temple, if and when the student applies for and is admitted into a degree program.

Post-baccalaureate non-degree students can take an unlimited number of undergraduate courses, provided they show proof of having successfully completed any prerequisites.

Post-baccalaureate non-degree students can take an unlimited number of undergraduate courses, provided they show proof of having successfully completed any prerequisites.

Professional Continuing Education

Many of the University’s continuing education programs are aimed at professionals who are required by their various accrediting agencies to take refresher courses or seminars to keep abreast of changes within their field of study. The School of Medicine, the School of Dentistry, the College of Allied Health Professions, the School of Law, the School of Pharmacy, and the School of Podiatric Medicine all sponsor or co-sponsor programs for their graduates, as well as for graduates of other institutions.

In addition, many of the other schools and colleges of the University offer courses for the various professions within their areas of specialization.

Main Campus Office of Continuing Education and Evening Services

Dr. Jodi Levine, Director
113 Curtis Hall
(215) 204-2500

The Main Campus Office of Continuing Education and Evening Services is, for non-matriculated students, the central office of the University. It serves as an advising center for students wishing to take courses for personal enrichment or toward future matriculation. It also is responsible for solving problems with registration and course selection.

The many services provided by the Main Campus Office of Continuing Education and Evening Services include:

*  a general information center stocked with University bulletins, catalogs, admissions and financial aid applications, and transcript request forms;

*  a registration center for nonmatriculated students;

*  one-on-one academic advising to help students in the selection and scheduling of courses;

*  a system designed to monitor a student's academic performance and progress toward matriculation;

*  an evening services staff available to assist evening students, both in general and with other offices which may be closed in the evening;

*  assistance in tracking down answers to questions concerning University policies and requirements;

*  a place to voice complaints that will be passed on to the appropriate offices with guaranteed follow-up.

The office, conveniently located on the first floor of Curtis Hall, is open Monday through Thursday, 8:30 AM to 6:00 PM and Fridays from 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM. Call (215) 204-2500 or visit out website ( for more information or assistance.


Steve Young, Director
Suite 102 McGonigle Hall
(215) 204-1267

The Department of Recreation Services offers a wide variety of recreational sports opportunities for student, faculty, and staff to pursue in their leisure hours. The total program encompasses seven major components: informal recreation, intramurals, sport clubs, group fitness, aquatics, special events and programs, and adapted recreation. Activities range from structured, competitive leagues to self-directed fitness avenues.

In the spring of 1998, the brand new Independence Blue Cross Student Recreation Center opened its doors with the student in mind. The 59,000-square foot facility provides participants with a first-class environment for fitness conditioning, aerobics, martial arts, racquetball, indoor jogging, and special events. The Rec Center is now complemented by the new Student Pavilion, a 30,000-square foot multi-purpose gymnasium area that opened in May of 1999. This new facility provides students with court space for basketball, volleyball, badminton, and other activities. Visit Recreation Services’ Website at to get a full sampling of what the department has to offer.

User fees are assessed to employees and any student not charged the mandatory Recreation Fee in their tuition bill.

For further information, schedules, and literature, please visit our office located in Suite 102 McGonigle Hall, 1800 N. Broad St. or call 215-204-1267. For facility hours for informal recreation, call our informal recreation Hotline at 215-203-3223.


Temple students are eligible to participate in Air Force Reserve Training Corps (AFROTC) through a cross-enrollment agreement with St. Joseph’s University. All Aerospace Studies courses are held on the St. Joseph’s campus. The AFROTC program enables a college student to earn a commission as an Air Force officer while concurrently satisfying requirements for the baccalaureate or master’s degree.

For more information, contact
Unity Admissions Officer
Det 750 AFROTC
St Joseph’s University
5600 City Line Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19131