Matriculation Fees (RAQA, Pharmaceutical Regulatory Sciences, GCPR)
$200 Tuition Deposit required of Newly Matriculated Students
Students who have been formally accepted into a non-thesis MS program for a given semester will receive an acceptance letter from the Graduate Studies Department of the Temple University School of Pharmacy as well as one from the Graduate School
Please follow the directions, which state that you are required to pay a $200 deposit to reserve your admittance for the upcoming semester. Please pay this fee as quickly as possible, so we can update your files in Banner, indicating that you have formally "accepted" matriculation into one of our MS degree programs. If you do not do so, you will not be classified as a matriculated student, which could prevent you from taking a future course.
The $200 deposit is credited toward your tuition bill. When you receive your tuition statement, you will also see a charge for a $45 matriculation fee. In addition to covering the administrative costs associated with processing your acceptance into a graduate program, the fee will cover the cost of printing and mailing your diploma when you graduate from Temple University.
The $200 deposit must be paid by check and forwarded to the Graduate Studies Office at Temple University School of Pharmacy (3307 N Broad St, Philadelphia, PA 19140). Please include this form.
The $45 matriculation fee will be applied to your tuition statement, so that may be paid online. Please do NOT mail a check for the $45 matriculation fee to the Graduate Studies Office.
Please note: if you are accepted into the MS program for any semester and need to postpone your acceptance due to unforeseen circumstances, please contact the RAQA Office (email@example.com). In some cases, we can defer your acceptance to a future semester (so you do not need to reapply to the program.) If you do not postpone your acceptance, it is assumed that you are not accepting admittance, so your file will be closed. If you decide to pursue the Master's degree at a later date, you will need to reapply.