Our goal is to make it financially possible for every qualified applicant to enroll so that we may continue to build the talented and diverse student community for which Temple is known.
Education Tuition Award
The College of Education offers financial support to qualified full-time, degree-seeking students who submit a complete admission application by the application deadline. Applicants admitted to a graduate program are considered for financial support opportunities. Funding offers may include a tuition award and/or an offer of graduate student employment. Recipients of financial support from the College of Education should submit a tuition deposit by the priority deposit deadline noted in their acceptance letter to confirm their offer.
College of Education Scholarships
The College of Education offers academic merit and financial need-based scholarships for qualified degree-seeking students. Students should submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for consideration. Eligible students will be invited to apply for scholarship opportunities.
Assistantships & Fellowships
Academic departments and non-academic units award assistantships, internships and externships based on financial need and fit. The university awards a limited number of fellowships to support outstanding students in doctoral programs.
Temple University offers graduate student financial aid primarily in the form of Federal loans and Work-Study programs.
Tuition & Fees
Temple is committed to access, affordability and bold, innovative strategies to reduce student debt. Learn more about tuition and fees.