Students must be paid in full in order to attend the first Class or Workshop.
Registration is done online by going HERE and searching for your desired course.
- We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover online, or by phone at 215-777-9010.
- We cannot accept cash.
- If you would like to pay by check, you may register by mail or in person by filling out the registraion form found on the class webpage.
- Please make checks payable to "Temple University". (There is a $35 fee for returned checks).
- Mail completed registration form with your payment to:
Tyler School of Art
2001 N. 13th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19122
We distribute a limited number of partial scholarships to art teachers – please see if your teacher has received one. (We will email one to an educator if they are not on our list)! Scholarship certificates include a Coupon Code to be entered at checkout during online registration.
Note: Only one scholarship discount can apply. You will be permitted to register for a class until the first class day, but we cannot accept discount scholarships after the registration deadline.
CONFIRMATION & SUPPLIES
Email confirmations will be sent approximately 1 week before the workshops begin. Supply lists can be found on the individual class pages for our Weekend Workshops, Pre-College Programs, and Adult Programs. We advise that students wait to purchase supplies until they have received their final confirmation email for their particular class. Below is a list of the average supply costs per workshop:
Printmaking - $94
Portraits - $73
Philadelphia Sketchbook - $32
Figure Drawing - $76 (Additional optional items - $85)
Painting in Oils - $250
Ceramics - $35
Drawing - $86
Video Art & Animation - $15
Graphic Design - $20
Street Photography - SLR digital camera price range $299-$500
SUMMER STUDENT HANDBOOK
The Tyler Pre-College Programs Student Handbook includes important information about all of our Pre-College Programs. The Student Handbook includes policies and expectations, the student code of conduct, residential life information, and preparing for the first day of classes. All enrolled summer Pre-College students will receive a link to the Student Handbook along with their final confirmation emails. All Pre-College students and their guardians should review the handbook thoroughly, sign the form included at the end of the handbook, and return it to the Tyler Continuing Education office. You can view the Student Handbook HERE.
CANCELLATION OF A WORKSHOP CLASS
Tyler Continuing Education reserves the right to cancel a workshop class due to low enrollment. Students will be given the option of enrolling in an alternate choice or receiving a full refund. We would like to stress that it is very helpful to the process if you enroll early! Please allow 45 days for the refund process if paying by check, and 14 days if paying by credit card.
Our course schedule is constantly being updated throughout the year so please check our program pages!
TUITION REFUND POLICY
Tyler School of Art will issue a full refund, less a $50 processing fee, provided a written withdrawal notice is emailed, mailed or faxed to the Director of Continuing Education. This must be received two weeks prior to the first day of class (due on a Friday).
After the withdrawal date and prior to the first class, a 50% refund, less the $50 processing fee, will be issued following the above procedure. NO refunds will be issued after the first class meeting. Allow 45 days for refund if paying by check, and 14 days if paying by credit card.
ACT 48 CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS
Educators can find high quality continuing education at Temple Univeresity to upgrade their knowledge and skills in the classroom and to comply with Pennsylvania's Act 48 requirements for certified educators. Credit courses and non-credit programs, conferences, and workshops are available at various times throughout the year. You can find workshops and classes offering Act 48 credits here:
How do Educators Comply with Act 48?
All Pennsylvania educators holding PA public certification must complete ongoing professional development every five years to comply with Act 48 requirements and to keep their certification active. Educators may choose one of the following ways to meet Act 48 requirements:
- Complete six (6) credits of collegiate studies. Each semester college credit hour is equivalent to 30 hours of professional development education.
- Participate in 180 hours of continuing professional education through Act 48-approved non-credit workshops, courses, conferences, and other educational activities.
- Combine college credits and professional development education (Act 48-approved non-credit workshops, courses, conferences, and other educational activities) equivalent to 180 hours.
For additional information, please see the Pennyslvania Department of Education website.
Tyler Continuing Education offers on-campus residential arrangements through Temple University Housing for high school students attending our programs. Housing is available for students attending one, two or three sessions of our programs!
Staying on campus is one of the most exciting components of summer programs at Temple University! There are many opportunities for cultural, recreational, social and academic growth on the widespread, metropolitan Temple campus. Students will stay with high schoolers attending an array of Temple summer programs, giving them the chance to meet others with similar and differing backgrounds. Being a member within our community provides various opportunities for students to enhance their connection with Temple University and the city of Philadelphia. Residential students will participate in fun weekend activities and field trips to Philadelphia's renowned arts and culture institutions. Our programming model provides trips and activities targeted at building community, promoting academic success, wellness, and civic engagement opportunities.
Temple University Housing will have 24/7 chaperones and a program coordinator assigned specifically to the Tyler Continuing Ed Summer programs. Additionally, all of the students that choose the residential experience will stay in a dormitory building designated specifically for minors on-campus. For any questions about safety and emergency procedures for residents of Temple University Housing, please feel free to reach out to email@example.com
Housing Fee: $1,600 per two-week summer session.
This fee reflects a two week residential stay with a Sunday arrival and a Friday departure. This fee is reasonably inclusive, covering the cost for housing, food, entertainment and supervisory services. Not covered by this fee are: individual laundry expenses, personal spending money ($50 per week recommended), and optional activities that may require extra fees. The option to pay for an additional night is available for those students who find a Saturday departure more convenient.
For information on the housing registration process, or for additional questions, please call our office at 215-777-9010.
Please refer to the Temple University website for weather closings.
Tyler School of Art, Temple University will be closed on:
- New Year’s Day
- Memorial Day
- Independence Day
- Labor Day
- Thanksgiving Weekend
- December 22, 2017 to January 1, 2018
We are open on Martin Luther King Day and President’s Day
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