- Life at Temple
Temple encourages students from all educational backgrounds and walks of life—from recent high school graduates, to transfers from other universities, to international students looking to join our community—to apply. Learn more about Temple Undergraduate Admissions.
Learn more about how you can apply for undergraduate admission to Temple as a first-year applicant, a transfer student or an international student. You can also check your application status, submit a renewal application or request to re-enroll. Apply or re-enroll.
To know what we’re really about, you have to experience Temple firsthand. We offer sessions and tours throughout the year for future students and their families.
- Visit on a Saturday.
- Schedule a weekday information session.
- Come for a group tour.
There are many ways to get to know Temple. Learn more about visiting the university.
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Students with Disabilities
When applying for admission to Temple, students with disabilities should follow the standard application process. The presence of a disability is not considered in admissions; documentation should not be sent to the Admissions office. Disability Resources and Services can answer your questions about the resources available. Learn more about Temple’s disability services.
Designated a military-friendly school by G.I. Jobs magazine, Temple is committed to the success of its students who are military service members or veterans. We can help you navigate the admissions process and to make a smooth transition from military to college life. Learn more about Temple’s commitment to the nation’s veterans and how to apply for undergraduate admissions as a veteran.