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Temple has rolling admissions.  We begin making freshman decisions in December and send letters 4-6 weeks after that point.  Our admissions process is holistic; we consider every aspect of the student's academic history.  Typically, we accept students with a B average or better in a strong, college-prep curriculum in Grades 9-12 and in the top 40% of their graduating class.  Our average SAT score is 1090.  Students who apply are automatically considered for merit-based scholarships and Honors.


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Business - Management and Administration
Feb 04 2015
If transferring in with a 2-year degree from a local college. Do not make the same mistake as I did and start taking classes like they instructed me to; Insuring that they will transfer, They hook me in. By the time the give a transfer of credits it is too late to leave the school.

It took them one and a half (1.5) year to fully evaluate my transcript. Clamming there are only 2 people in the whole school that deals with my local school, that was in the same city!!!

I recommend this school for everything except the FOX Business School of Temples.

Business - Management and Administration
Dec 20 2014
I was well-rounded; my SAT scores were high and my GPA was a 3.9. I was also involved in many extracurricular activities. Temple gave me a full ride.
Computer Science
Dec 15 2014
Nothing. They accept any poor dumbass.
Computer Science
Dec 15 2014
Nothing. They accept and poor dumbass.
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