Application deadlines and requirements

The Tyler School of Art and Architecture offers a broad range of disciplines that will prepare you for many rewarding careers. Below, you’ll find application deadlines and requirements for your program of interest. 

 

Important deadlines

Fall
First-year student early action: November 1
Rolling admission: February 1
Portfolio scholarships: February 1
FAFSA: March 1 (annually)
Transfer: June 1

Spring
Transfer applications: November 1

 

Application requirements by program

Architecture and Environmental Design
Art Education*
Art History
Art Therapy*
Community Development
Graphic & Interactive Design*
Horticulture
Landscape Architecture
Studio Art* (Ceramics, Fibers & Material Studies, Glass, Metals/Jewelry/CAD-CAM, Painting, Photography, Printmaking, Sculpture)
Visual Studies*

* In addition to the specific application requirements, transfer applicants must have a portfolio review in order to be considered for admission into any of Tyler’s arts programs, including Art Education, Art Therapy, Graphic & Interactive Design, Studio Art and Visual Studies.

There are three ways to complete the portfolio review:

 

Tip: You can check the status of your application anytime by logging into the TUportal using your AccessNet username and password. To join TUportal, sign up for the mailing list. You will receive instructions via email within 24 hours.

If you’re a Temple student looking to take a class or want to change your major, contact us at tyleradmissions@temple.edu, 215-777-9090 or stop by Tyler Admissions to discuss your interests and options. We’re looking forward to speaking with you.

All students who have attended Tyler and wish to be considered for readmission (re-enrollment) must fill out the request to re-enroll form available at Temple University’s Office of the Senior Vice Provost for Undergraduate Studies. Students should also contact the Tyler Admissions Office for more information at 215-777-9090.

You can learn more about the admissions process for the Art degree at Temple University's Japan Campus in Tokyo on Temple Japan's website