“Provide students with access to a high-quality education.” It’s a commitment that has stood firm at Temple University for more than 130 years and one to which we adhere today.
Ranked in the top 75 Best Value Schools among U.S. Universities by U.S. World & News Report, we offer students the best of both worlds: the cost of a public university with the advantages of a reputable world-class research institution. Through limiting tuition increases and providing aid, we do everything we can to make a Temple education financially possible—and easy to navigate.
At Temple, our goal is to make it financially possible for every qualified applicant to enroll, so we may continue to build the talented and diverse student community for which we are known.
Temple Rome Entry Year Tuition Rates
First year annual cost for Pennsylvania residents, non U.S. citizens or permanent residents (i.e. international students), or U.S. citizens residing outside of the United States
$16,488* for first year
First year annual cost for U.S. citizens and permanent residents living in the United States but outside of the state of Pennsylvania
$29,712* for first year
Temple Rome Program Fee
$375 per semester in Rome
Rome Permit Fee for all non-European Union citizens
$280 (one-time fee)
$218 (one-time fee)
Estimated cost of university-facilitated shared student apartments
$9,650 for first year
*In addition to the costs and fees above, students should expect meal and travel expenses. Figures above are based on 2021-2022 rates and may change for 2022-2023.
Types of Financial Aid
- Temple offers a variety of merit-based and individual scholarships & grants
- Federal student aid available for eligible U.S. citizens and residents
- Temple supports GI Bill and Yellow Ribbon benefits for eligible military families
- Work study or on-campus jobs available for eligible students
- Temple offers payment plans that help students and families manage tuition bills
*All awards are subject to change based on availability for the academic year. Be sure to consult with the specific eligibility requirements and deadlines for each form of financial aid that you are applying for.