How to Register for RA and QA Online Courses
Spring 2018 registration is open.
Weekend classes start January 20. Weeknight classes start January 22.
BEFORE REGISTERING FOR ONLINE COURSES, you must have:
- Administrative Rights to your computer/laptop, which means you have the right to add programs. Adobe Connect automatically installs Flashplayer. Many company computers do not give users Administrative Rights. Please check this before registering.
- A webcam (either built-in or free-standing).
- A headset with a built-in microphone (separate from laptop/computer speakers).
These items are mandatory and improve the online experience for all students. Please do not register if you are unwilling to comply with these requirements. Students taking online courses without these items will have their registration cancelled and will not be permitted to register for online courses in future semesters.
Read Expectations of Online Students.
Watch the 5-minute Adobe Connect tutorial that is listed in Expectations of Online Students. A password is given at the end of the tutorial, which must be listed on your registration form. We cannot process your form without the password.
HOW TO REGISTER
To hold your spot in a class, please complete:
- The Registration Form for Online Courses;
- A state residency form (New students only, unless you are a continuing student who has moved from one state to another).
- All required paperwork for any student who has not previously taken one of our online Adobe Connect courses.
Submit materials via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or fax (267.468.8565).
To hold your spot in the course of your choice, register early. Only complete registration forms hold a spot. Forms are prioritized in the order received.
Please include your 9-digit TUid and TU email on your registration form.
Sorry, but if you have financial or academic holds, we cannot process your registration, and you will lose your spot in line. Please take care of holds now.
If you register for online Adobe Connect courses you must include:
- A signed resume;
- Photocopies of transcripts from all colleges or universities attended;
- A current, color electronic (email) photo;
- The password at the end of the online Adobe Connect tutorial;
- International students must submit a photocopy of a WES report and TOEFL scores.
Shortly after submitting your materials, you will receive an email confirming that your registration was received.
Starting January 11, 2018, we process registration forms in the order they were received.
When your registration is processed, you will receive a second email confirming that you are officially registered. If you are a new student, the confirmation includes your TUid (a unique student number) and directions for creating a Temple AccessNet Username and Password. Follow the step-by-step instructions carefully, so you can create a TUmail account, which you will need for accessing online courses and other important University information.
If your registration is processed January 11 or later, you should receive a tuition bill by late January. Payment in full will be due by the date indicated on your tuition bill (mid February). If you do not pay your bill by the due date, you will incur a late fee.
Temple's Bursar's Office will send your tuition statement via email to your TUmail account. To check the due date, go into Banner, click Student Account, then TUPay.
For questions about tuition bills, consult the Temple Bursar's Office. Mail tuition payments to: Bursar's Office, Temple University Ambler, 580 Meetinghouse Rd, Ambler, PA 19002.
All RA and QA courses, regardless of format, require at least one proctored exam. Students are expected to take exams on the date designated on the RAQA Schedule of Classes.
Make sure you are able to attend classes and take the proctored exam on the stipulated date. There is a $20.00 charge the first time a student requests a change in the proctored exam date. In subsequent semesters, that fee increases to $30.00, and then $50.00 per exam. For more information on Proctoring and Fees for Changing Exam Dates, click here.
Some courses use online proctoring (Software Secure), which is noted on the schedule and registration form. You must have Administrative Rights to your computer to use Software Secure. Administrative Rights means you have the right to add programs on your computer. Often work computers do not allow Administrative Rights, so please check this before registering.
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We list the ISBN numbers for required texts as a convenience for our students.
You may purchase books from our Temple University Ambler Bookstore, (phone: 267.468.8460), which ships them directly to you.
The RA and QA Office is not responsible for refunds, returns, or shipping costs of texts for any reason (if instructors change texts or text editions, if courses are cancelled, if students drop a course, etc.).
Thank you for being a student in our renowned and innovative program.
Students MUST use the Registration Form for Online Courses.
How to Register
Is this your first registration with Temple? If
so, you must include a RESIDENCY
Is this your fourth class with the RA and QA program? If so, you must include a Non-Matriculated Graduate Student Waiver.
Do you want to apply for the MS in RA and QA? Click here to get started.
PRINT AND FAX YOUR FORMS TO: 267.468.8565
You may also email your forms to: email@example.com
or, mail your forms to:
Temple University School of Pharmacy
RA and QA Graduate Program
425 Commerce Drive, Suite 175
Ft. Washington, PA 19034
Order texts on-line via: Temple University Ambler Bookstore
Order texts on-line via: Temple University Ambler Bookstore
To receive a complete refund for a course, you must notify the RA and QA Office in writing that you are dropping BEFORE the second class takes place (weekend courses) or BEFORE the third class takes place (weeknight courses). Please use the Course Withdrawal Form.
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