Regulatory Affairs and Quality Assurance Graduate Program of Temple University School of Pharmacy
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Spring 2020 course registration is officially open.
Weekend classes start January 18, 2020. Weeknight courses start January 21, 2020.
The University has changed its tuition payment policies, which directly impacts registration. Please read this page carefully before forwarding your registration. If you have questions, please call our Office for assistance.
To summarize: all spring tuition bills are due on January 30, 2020. By registering early, you can either pay your bill in its entirety by January 30th, or you can take advantage of the installment plan, which enables you to pay your bill by March 12, 2020 (for a $50 installment fee). More details appear below.
Registration forms will be processed as soon as they are received, so it's to your advantage to register as soon as possible.
HOW TO REGISTER
Submit materials via email (QARAREG@temple.edu) or fax (267.468.8565).
Temple's Bursar's Office will send an email to your TUmail account about your tuition bill. To check the due date of your bill, go into Banner, click Student Account, then TUPay. All bills are due Jan 30. After March 12, a $100 late fee will be imposed.
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.
Make sure you are able to attend classes (including makeup dates) and are available to take the proctored exam on the scheduled date.There is a $25.00 charge the first time a student requests a change in the proctored exam date.The second time the fee increases to $35 per exam. Subsequent times the fee increases to $50.00 per exam. For more information on Proctoring and Fees for Changing Exam Dates, click here.
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Every RAQA course lists make-up dates in case of unforeseen circumstances. Students are reminded to reserve make-up dates, in case a faculty member needs to use one of the dates to cover class material.
You may purchase books from our Temple University Bookstore, (phone: 215.204.5578), which ships them directly to you. Or, if you use the online form, search for Main Campus, then RAQA.
Thank you for being a student in our renowned and innovative program.
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