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Temple University Tuition & Costs

Your Estimated Price

$25,392 Annual Cost to Attend

Cost Breakdown
$13,406 tuition
$10,296 on campus room & board
$1,000 books and supplies
$690 fees
(Based on stats from 2013/2014)

$35,418 Annual Cost to Attend

Cost Breakdown
$23,432 tuition
$10,296 on campus room & board
$1,000 books and supplies
$690 fees
(Based on stats from 2013/2014)
Estimated Net Price
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Average Aid

$5,455 Annual Institutional Aid

Average Aid
89% of students receive aid
28% get federal aid ($4,340 avg)
28% get state aid ($3,267 avg)
73% get institn'l aid ($5,455 avg)
71% get loans ($8,442 avg)

Tuition Trends

Historical Tuition and Fees, with Projected Future Amounts

Future projections are based on past four years' data averaging 4.37% annual change in in-state tuition and fees and 2.75% change in out-of-state tuition and fees. Amounts shown are estimates only and not guaranteed. For a better estimate, contact the college directly.

Financial Aid

Annual Aid Awarded
Average Amount Percent Awarded
Grant or Scholarship Aid $7,506 82%
Federal Grant Aid $4,340 28%
Pell Grants $4,223 27%
Other Federal Grants $275 27%
Institution Grant Aid $5,455 73%
State Grant Aid $3,267 28%
Student Loans $8,442 71%
Federal Loans $5,735 70%
Other Loans $13,964 14%

Merit Aid Available

Financial Aid Timeline
Financial aid priority deadline: -
Financial aid deadline: March 1
College will notify student of financial aid decisions on or about: -
Student must reply to financial aid decision by: May 1
Does Temple University offer...
Tuition Payment Plan? Yes
Financial Aid Contact Info
1801 North Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19122-6096
(215) 204-7000
Costs Per Credit Hour
In State $517
Out of State $834


Student Responses to Review Topic: Bang for the buck
  • 5
  • Mark from Philadelphia, PA
  • Dec-01-2015 I am a current student here

    As a in-state student, I say that Temple is worth the money! For out-of-state students, it's really up to your financial situation. There are alot of out-of-state students here, do I'd say it'seems worth it.

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  • 5
  • Katie Rose from Northampton, PA
  • Aug-13-2015 I am a current student here

    Do your research, some programs at Temple are known world wide. For example, my area of stud sport management, is currently the best program in the country.

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  • 5
  • Lauren from Egg Harbor City, NJ
  • Feb-03-2015 I am a current student here

    It sucks that I'm going to be in debt about $80,000 (out of state but with a scholarship) once I get out of here, but Temple isn't that expensive compared to a lot of other similar schools. All college is expensive. I'm learning a lot and loving the experience of studying in Philly, so I'd say it's worth it.

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  • 5
  • Robert from West Chester, PA
  • Dec-29-2014 I am a current student here

    Temple offers great bang for the buck! As a state school, tuition is far less than any comparable private college. Financial aid is crucial for many students, myself included, and the office of Student Financial Services is a helpful resource. The quality of education for the money is top notch!

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  • 4
  • MH from Philadelphia, PA
  • Dec-24-2014 I am a current student here

    As a state school, it is not terribly expensive. Compared to some others, even in the city, it is reasonably priced. Although they are not incredibly generous with financial aid, the total cost is fair considering the quality of education, location, and student resources available. Beware that some activities cost extra and that the schools in it you go to will have different prices. For example, the Business school's tuition is a few thousand more annually than the general studies tuition.

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