Whether you live on campus or commute each day, Temple offers thousands of courses to fit your schedule—from early mornings to evenings to weekends.
Calendars and Schedules
To help you plan in advance and organize your year, we have assembled all of our calendars and schedules into simple, easy-to-access pages. Find important dates and deadlines, as well as course and exam schedules.
The Academic Calendar lists all of the important dates and deadlines you need to know for each semester.
The Class Schedule provides you with simple pull-down menus that allow you to easily search for and select the classes you need each semester.
Most courses have final examinations at the end of the semester. The day and time of your course will determine when that exam is given.
View all undergraduate, graduate, and professional courses offered at Temple during the semester. This information is also available in TUportal when you register for classes.
Undergraduate Bulletin and Information
Temple provides a number of resources that can help keep you on track to graduation. Along the way, you will take many courses that will broaden your horizons and stimulate your intellect.
The Undergraduate Bulletin is your indispensable guide to all of Temple's degree programs and the requirements necessary to complete your major. With this information and guidance from your academic advisors, you can map out your path to graduation.
General Education Program (GenEd)
College gives you the chance to acquire expertise in a specific field, but it also should help you develop a broad base of skills, abilities and knowledge. Temple's General Education (GenEd) program serves as the university's liberal-education requirements for undergraduates and provides a foundation for learning and development that will help you succeed academically and professionally.
University Core Curriculum
The core curriculum is Temple's liberal-education requirements for all undergraduate students admitted prior to fall 2008 and all transfer students admitted prior to fall 2010. The core, in combination with your major, provides you with the intellectual skills and knowledge needed for academic success in college. It also equips you with a useful education for your career, citizenship and personal life.
Degree Auditing Reporting System (DARS)
DARS shows your course work to date—including transferred courses—and the academic requirements you need to complete a degree in your major field of study.
Graduate Bulletin and Information
Staying on track toward a graduate degree requires up-to-date information and resources. At every step along the way, Temple is committed to answering your questions and helping you reach your goal.
The Graduate Bulletin provides specific information about the graduate programs offered at Temple and the requirements necessary to earn your degree.
Graduate School Information
There is a lot to think about when considering graduate school. Whether you are in the initial stages of considering schools or are currently enrolled in a degree program at Temple, you can find the answers to your questions here.
Temple's graduate courses will challenge you academically and intellectually. An alphabetical listing provides you with a comprehensive review of our current offerings.
Visit the central repository for graduate school forms to help you reduce your course load, obtain an extension, petition for a withdrawal, request for a leave of absence and apply for a variety of other administrative requests.
Those considering a postdoctoral fellowship at Temple can find relevant policies and a salary scale on this page.
Policies are a part of every academic program, from admission to graduation. All of Temple's graduate school policies are conveniently gathered here for your review.