Minerva University’s unique admissions process eliminates unfair biases. We don’t create obstacles to applying such as application fees. We don’t promise admission to students through legacy admissions or athletic scholarship.
Instead, our admissions process focuses on who you are, how you think, and what you have achieved. Our sole goal is to determine whether a student will thrive in our academically and experientially challenging program and contribute to our bold global mission.
- No biased measures or standardized tests like the SAT, ACT or IELTS
- No admissions quotas for gender, ethnicity, or country of origin
- No preferential treatment for any students
- No consideration of financial or family status during admissions
- No enrollment cap
- No application fee
Learn everything you need to know about applying to Temple as a transfer student
Here at Temple, we’re committed to making the transfer process as easy as possible. Find out what the application process is like and what the most important deadlines are.
Who is a transfer student?
If you’ve attempted 15 or more college-level credits after high school graduation, you should apply to Temple as a transfer student. High school graduates who have attempted less than 15 college-level credits should contact one of our transfer admissions counselors to discuss options.
Learn more about applying as an international transfer student.
Looking to visit campus as a transfer student? We offer Temple Transfer Day on selected dates throughout the year. Learn more on our on-campus tours page