How to Apply
Along with your application, you’ll need to send all of your official high school and college transcripts to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions at Temple University, and pay a $55 application fee.
Prefer to fill out a paper application? Download the PDF.
When to Apply
Please note: Fall 2019 Transfer Application Deadline Extended to July 12, 2019. For most programs, transfer students need to complete the application process by June 1 for the fall semester or by November 1 for the spring semester. Be sure to find out if there are additional requirements for your program, such as a portfolio or an audition. We encourage you to submit an application much earlier than the deadline in the semester before you are looking to transfer, as we can review most applications without needing to see the grades you have in progress.
Dates to Remember
Transfer application deadline for spring semester - November 1
Fall 2019 Transfer Application Deadline Extended - July 12
Traditional transfer application deadline for fall semester - June 1
Meet with an admissions representative to learn about the admissions process.
Transfer Decision Day
Apply for admission and get your decision instantly.
New transfer students with a cumulative GPA of 3.3 or higher at the time of admission are considered for academic scholarships. There is no separate application required.
Note: Scholarships are renewable for up to three years as a full-time undergraduate student as long as you maintain a GPA of 3.0 or higher at Temple.
3.3–3.64 cumulative GPA: $1,000/year
3.65–4.0 cumulative GPA: $2,000/year
Non- PA Resident
3.3–3.64 cumulative GPA: $2,500/year
3.65–4.0 cumulative GPA: $5,000/year
There’s no limit to the number of credits we accept, but you must complete at least 45 of your last 60 credits at Temple in order to receive a Temple degree. Our Admissions Office will let you know which credits are accepted. The credit evaluation can be viewed on TUportal after you are admitted. Generally, Temple accepts academic, college-level courses beyond the developmental level completed with a grade C or better from schools with regional accreditation. Each academic department determines how credits apply to the major, and students meet with advising units during on-campus Orientation. Learn more about transferring credits to Temple.
Temple also awards college credits for students who in high school participated in the Advanced Placement or International Baccalaureate programs. Official scores will need to be sent to the Undergraduate Admissions Office for review.
Transfer Equivalency Tool
The Transfer Equivalency Tool helps current and prospective students determine how their college-level academic credits may transfer to Temple University. Use these tables to find the current listing of available Temple equivalents to classes at various two-year and four-year institutions, as well as Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate and CLEP exams. Learn more.
Temple's Dual Admissions Program
We’ve established Dual Admissions agreements to help students transfer smoothly from local partner, two-year colleges. Students who have completed 30 or fewer college credits may enroll in the Dual Admissions program through a partner community college. Enrollment in Dual Admissions guarantees admission to most majors at Temple if the student finishes an approved associate degree with a 2.3 or higher GPA. Dual Admissions also guarantees additional scholarships to students who graduate from their community college with a 3.3 or higher GPA.
To enroll in Dual Admissions, simply fill out an Intent to Enroll form at your participating community college. Then, in your final semester, you will fill out the Temple application. There will be an option on the application asking you to indicate if you're a Dual Admissions student. You must then send all official college transcripts to Temple for admission consideration. Scholarships are awarded only after Temple receives a final transcript indicating that you have graduated through Dual Admissions with a cumulative GPA of 3.3 or higher.
Any questions about Dual Admissions? Please contact us.