Get the Best of Both Worlds
Want a Temple degree but not ready for the commute to Philadelphia? Looking for a conveniently located campus to start your college career?
Students interested in the following majors may complete their first year of study at Temple’s Ambler Campus in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.
Art and Architecture, Tyler School of
Business, Fox School of
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management
Human Resource Management
Management Information Systems
Risk Management and Insurance
Supply Chain Management
Education and Human Development, College of
Adult and Organizational Development
Human Development and Community Engagement
Liberal Arts, College of
Africology and African American Studies
Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies
Geography and Urban Studies
Latin American Studies
If you haven’t selected a major by the time you apply, you’ll have the guidance of the Division of University Studies and up to two years to declare a major.
The Division of University Studies (DUS) is the academic home for undeclared students and students in transition between majors. At the Ambler Campus, the Office of Academic Advising and Student Success works in conjunction with DUS to advise undeclared students. We are dedicated to helping you explore thoughtfully and productively, declare a major that's right for you. We do this using a variety of tools, starting with the capacity to spend one-on-one time with you as you develop your unique academic and career goals. For questions, please email Kim Cooney, Manager of Student Success & Retention at email@example.com.
Students who plan to take at least 12 credits at Temple Ambler in both the fall and spring semester of their first year may be eligible for the First-Year Experience campus grant.
For Pennsylvania residents, the First-Year Experience at Temple Ambler offers a $3,500 savings for students. Out-of-state students, who pay higher tuition than state residents, will save $5,600. The First-Year Experience campus grant is available to first-year students for one year.
This grant is separate from any additional aid students may receive after completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Learn more.