To enroll in undergraduate or graduate classes, it is not necessary for students to apply and be admitted to a degree program (matriculated students.) Non-degree seeking (non-matriculated) students take courses for professional development, for personal enrichment, or for future application to a degree program.
At the time of initial registration, however, new students must provide proof of graduation, a final transcript or diploma, from their high school for undergraduate programs or a baccalaureate degree program at an accredited college or university for graduate programs.
Non-degree seeking (non-matriculated) and visiting students interested in taking classes at Temple University Ambler and Temple University Fort Washington during the Spring 2013 semester should download the following form.
Non-degree seeking (non-matriculated) Student and Visiting Student Mail-In/Fax-In Form - Spring 2013
As a general rule, non-degree seeking (non-matriculated) undergraduate or graduate students can take up to three courses (a maximum of 9 s.h.) before they are formally admitted into an academic program. Please note: Some graduate departments do not authorize the enrollment of non-degree seeking (non-matriculated) students.
UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS AT AMBLER
GRADUATE PROGRAMS AT AMBLER
The Spring 2013 Schedule of Classes is now available:
View important registration, billing, core course, and General Education information in the "General Registration Information" .pdf below.
GENERAL REGISTRATION INFORMATION - SPRING 2013
View the Fall 2012 Schedules of Classes, and the Abbreviations and Codes Key below. (.pdf files)
SPRING 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
(Classes begin Tuesday, January 22)
ABBREVIATIONS AND CODES KEY - SPRING 2013