Temple University offers several options and methods to pay your tuition bill.
- Pay your total balance by the due date on the first bill of the semester.
- Temple Deferred Payment Plan: Students who do not pay the total account balance by the bill due date will be automatically enrolled in the University’s Deferred Payment Plan and assessed the appropriate payment plan fees.
- Temple Installment Payment Plan (TIPP): TIPP is an interest-free pre-payment plan operated by Higher Education Services, Inc. on behalf of the university. It allows Temple students to make up to ten regularly scheduled monthly payments toward their charges (five payments for fall and five payments for spring).
Send international funds online with real-time currency conversion through peerTransfer. Find out how to make an international tuition payment to Temple University.
Learn what happens if a check or electronic check payment posted to your student account is returned by the bank.
Employees and eligible family members can participate in Temple University’s tuition remission program.
Review how student refunds are processed and learn how to sign-up to receive your refund much quicker via direct deposit.