Freshman Year Experience

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 and Fly in 4.

Art and Architecture, Tyler School of

  • Horticulture

  • Landscape Architecture

Business, Fox School of

  • Accounting

  • Business Management

  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management

  • Finance

  • Financial Planning

  • Human Resource Management

  • International Business Administration

  • Legal Studies

  • Management Information Systems

  • Marketing

  • Real Estate

  • Risk Management and Insurance

  • Supply Chain Management

  • Undeclared

Education, College of

  • Human Development and Community Engagement

Liberal Arts, College of

  • Africology and African American Studies

  • American Studies

  • Anthropology

  • Criminal Justice

  • Economics

  • English

  • Environmental Studies

  • Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies

  • Geography and Urban Studies

  • Global Studies

  • History

  • Latin American Studies

  • Liberal Studies

  • Philosophy

  • Political Science

  • Psychology

  • Religion

  • Sociology

  • Spanish

  • Undeclared

Science & Technology, College of

  • General Science with Teaching (TUteach)

  • Natural Sciences


If you haven’t selected a school/college by the time you apply, you’ll have the guidance of the Division of University Studies and up to two years to decide on a major.

Temple Ambler Freshman Year Experience Grant

 Students who plan to take at least 12 credits at Temple Ambler in both the fall and spring semester may be eligible for the Freshman Year Experience campus grant and the “Fly in 4” program.

For Pennsylvania residents, the Freshman 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.

This grant is separate from any additional aid students may receive after completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Learn more.