“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 financial 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 that we may continue to build the talented and diverse student community for which we are known.

Temple Japan Entry Year (TJEY) Costs

Annual Undergraduate Tuition (12-18 credits)*
Pennsylvania Resident:  $17,976
Non-Pennsylvania Resident: $32,376
Japan Program Fee:  $750
Japan Housing Fee:  Reflects Fall 2023 rates
Single room- one academic year $9,200
Double room  $7,600
Triple room $7,200

*Tuition reflects 2023-2024 rates.

Types of Financial Aid

  • Federal student aid available for eligible U.S. citizens and residents
  • Temple supports GI Bill and for eligible military families

For the second to the fourth year tuition and fees at the Main Campus, see "Bursar's Office, Tuition and Fees." 

Information on this page is for Temple Japan Entry Year (TJEY) applicants. For applicants intending to complete their degree at TUJ, please see "Admissions Information."