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If you have questions, visit admissions.temple.edu, email [email protected] find Temple Admissions on Twitter, Instagram or Snapchat: @admissions TU Temple has a long tradition of self-made success.It started in 1884 as a night school so students who worked during the day could keep their jobs.If students choose the Temple Option, they answer brief essay questions instead of submitting SAT or ACT scores.The Temple Option reflects the university’s commitment to provide talented, motivated students of all backgrounds opportunities for high-quality college experiences.By living and learning in an urban environment, Temple students are well prepared for the real world.Employers laud Owls for their tenacity, teamwork and talent.Students customize their college life in numerous ways: living and learning communities; an immersive Honors program; interdisciplinary majors; creative and research grants; internships; and career preparation and placement.
The majority of freshmen students live on campus, where they are steps away from class, the TECH Center, the library, fitness and recreation facilities, dining options from cafés and dining halls to food trucks, and the many arts, cultural, sports and scholarly events that happen daily university-wide and throughout the city.
The 250,000-square foot Science Education and Research Center boosts student and faculty opportunities for discovery and innovation.
And a new, state-of-the-art library that will feature a robotic book retrieval system and spaces devoted to traditional library activities, as well as to technology-enhanced activities, such as data visualization and 3-D printing, is now under construction.
For freshman admissions, high-school grades, standardized test scores (sent directly from the appropriate testing agencies) or the Temple Option responses, and other factors (such as a required essay, recommendations, extracurricular activities, work or leadership experience and other personal circumstances) are considered.
Temple has rolling admissions and early-action plans for the fall semester.
For students submitting test scores, admitted students in 2016 averaged a 27 composite on the ACT, and an 1170 SAT (on a 1600 scale); this concords to a 1240 on the new SAT.