Tuition and Financial Aid

Tuition at Temple University School of Pharmacy

Tuition at Temple is among the most affordable in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Temple also provides flexible payment methods and plans for students.

For current tuition rates for the PharmD and Graduate Programs, see Temple University Tuition Rate Schedule by School/College.

For more information about University fees, visit Temple’s Bursar.

Pay Your Bill: We make it easy for you to pay your Temple tuition. Make a payment or find out about our easy bill pay methods and payment plans.

Refund Policy: How to receive a refund on your Temple tuition, if you are eligible to receive one.

See drop/add dates on Temple’s Academic Calendar.

Financial Aid 

PharmD and Graduate Students

There are a variety of financial aid options open to eligible School of Pharmacy PharmD and Graduate students. You can apply for financial support by filling out the FAFSA by the annual deadline of March 1. Temple University’s FAFSA code is 003371

Potential Graduate students who are currently employed full time should review their companies’ reimbursement policies regarding tuition.

Unfortunately, Temple does not offer employment or placement opportunities to accommodate international students’ work visas. We are also unable to give financial support to international students pursing the MS degree (see International Applicants and International Admission Requirements).

See Temple’s Student Financial Services to learn more about financial aid types, eligibility and instructions for completing the FAFSA.

For questions about Financial Aid and FAFSA, Please contact Student Financial Services (215) 707-2667

PhD Students

Qualified students entering Temple University School of Pharmacy's PhD program may be eligible for University fellowships, teaching assistantships and/or research assistantships.

These opportunities, generally awarded by April 1, provide support through stipends, tuition remission and health insurance. Individual awards vary.

Except under rare circumstances, master’s applicants to thesis-based graduate programs are not considered for financial support.


School of Pharmacy Office of Graduate Studies