Information for Interested Students

Graduate Admissions

Students who wish to apply to one of the graduate degree programs in the College of Education should:

1) Review our Graduate Program offerings to determine any special requirements or deadlines.

2) Complete the online Graduate School Application. The application is also available in paper form from the Graduate School; however, the online application is strongly preferred.

3) Submit transcript, letters of recommendation, and other application materials as detailed by the Program webpage to the College of Education Office of Enrollment Management, not to the individual department. Failure to do so may result in delay in completing and reviewing your application.

Admission Deadlines

Each graduate program has unique deadlines for submission of completed applications and you should check with your specific program. Students should remember that an application will NOT be reviewed until all required materials have been received. Some programs have a rolling admissions policy. However, you are strongly encouraged to apply early in the cycle to assure you a place. Once the class is filled, your application may be rolled over to the next term. Please refer to the links below for specific deadlines for the program of interest.

Admission Materials

in general, all materials should be received by the application deadline. . Please be sure that the following materials are sent to the Office of Enrollment Management, Ritter Annex 150 in time to meet that deadline::

  • Completed Application Form (preferably submitted online)
  • Non-refundable $60 application fee ($75 if you submit a hard copy applications) in the form of a check or money order made payable to Temple University. (This is the current application fee required which is subject to change by action of the Board of Trustees.) If you apply online, the application fee may now be paid online using the QuikPAY system.
  • Recognized test of scholastic aptitude, e.g., Graduate Record Examination (GRE) or Miller Analogies Test (MAT). The required test is determined by the program to which you are applying. Arrange to have appropriate test scores sent to:
    Office of Enrollment Management 
    College of Education, Temple University 
    Ritter Annex 150 (003-00)
    1301 Cecil B. Moore Ave.
    Philadelphia, PA 19122-6091
  • The code for GRE scores is 002906. There is no school code for the MAT.
  • Letters of reference. All references should be sent in individually sealed envelopes to the Graduate Programs Office.
  • Certified copy of official academic records from every college and university attended, including Temple University. Transcripts from all institutions attended must be included even if the credits have been transferred and are shown on the transcript of a receiving college or university. They must be in sealed envelopes from the issuing institution and sent to the Office of Enrollment Management. Foreign credentials must be in the original language as well as translated into English.
  • Foreign transcripts require a formal evaluation before an admission decision can be made. To expedite this process, you are strongly recommended to use the WES evaluation service (www.wes.org)
  • Statement of goals.
  • Resume, if necessary.
  • Send completed application with supporting materials to:

    Office of Enrollment Management 
    College of Education, Temple University
    150 Ritter Annex (003-00)
    1301 Cecil B. Moore Ave.
    Philadelphia, PA 19122-6091

For information on your application status or application procedures, please contact the Office of Enrollment Management directly, not the department.

(215) 204-8011
educate@temple.edu

Non-Degree Program Applications

If you are interested in our Post-Baccalaureate Program or another non-degree Certificate programs, please contact the Office of Enrollment Management for application procedures. You do not need to complete a Graduate Application.

Required Clearances for Working in Pennsylvania Schools

Due to the variety of research requirements and opportunities that may involve working directly with schools or students, it is recommended that Graduate Students complete required clearances as soon as they begin their program in the College of Education.

Clearance Policies

Readmission

A student who has withdrawn, been dismissed for failure to maintain continuous enrollment for more than one semester, or has exceeded the time limit and is therefore ineligible to register, may be required to file a new Application for Admission. If accepted, the student is considered newly matriculated at the time of admission and will be required to complete all current program requirements.

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