Financing Your Education


As part of Temple University, a leading public research university on a major urban campus, the Tyler School of Art and Architecture offers one of the best values in higher education. 

Temple University tuition and fees are based on a variety of factors, including student's school and college association, student level (undergraduate, graduate or professional), residency and credit hours. Visit the Bursar's Office website to learn more about current tuition and fees and plan your budget with Temple's Tuition Calculator.

Financial Assistance

Tyler School of Art and Architecture offers a range of generous funding opportunities for incoming and continuing students. 

All applicants are automatically considered for merit-based scholarships, assistantships, and fellowships that provide awards from $5,000 to full tuition remission plus a stipend for the duration of the degree program. These financial awards do not need to be repaid.

The following opportunities are available to all applicants who complete their application by the January 6 deadline.*

  • Presidential and University Fellowships
  • Teaching Assistantships
  • Research Assistantships
  • Future Faculty Assistantships

*Based on degree program

Current graduate students have opportunities to apply for funding to support their continuing education. These opportunities, announced to eligible students during the academic year, include the following: 

  • Doctoral Dissertation Completion Grant
  • Master of Fine Arts Completion Grant
  • Graduate School Travel Scholarships
  • Dean's Grant for Student Research
  • Dean's Student Travel Grant

Financial opportunities such as work study, select internships and externships, and federal or private student loans are also available to eligible students.

For more details on financial aid opportunities, contact Tyler's Admissions Office. You can also visit Temple's Graduate School and external resources for opportunities that support the scholarly and creative pursuits of students and help offset academic and other costs associated with expanding learning and advanced practice.


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