Regulatory Affairs and Quality Assurance Graduate Program of Temple University School of Pharmacy
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Time to Register! Summer Classes start Monday, May 13.
If you plan to take summer courses, forward your complete registration form NOW. We are processing registrations.
HOW TO REGISTER
Submit materials via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or fax (267.468.8565).
Summer tuition bills are available approximately one week after a registration is processed. (Deferred payment plans are not available in summer.) Payment is due by the date indicated on your statement (late May/early June). Pay you bill by the due date to avoid a $100 late fee. Consult the Bursar's website for details.
Temple's Bursar's Office will email your tuition statement to your TUmail account. To confirm the due date of your bill, go into Banner, click Student Account, and then TUPAY.
For questions about tuition bills, consult the Temple's Bursar's Office. Mail payments to: Bursar's Office, Temple University Ambler, 580 Meetinghouse Road, Ambler, PA 19002.
Make sure you are able to attend classes and take the proctored exam on the stipulated 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, click here. Makeup exams are only allowed for documented emergency situations.
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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 Ambler Bookstore, (phone: 267.468.8460), which ships them directly to you.
Thank you for being a student in our renowned and innovative program.
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