Student Success

Danielle Thor on campus with the bicycle she uses as an EMT.
Reflecting on a disaster
Temple student and EMT Danielle Thor recalls responding to the Amtrak derailment.
November 18, 2015
Student-journalists using computers in the Philadelphia Neighborhoods newsroom.
Student-run website named nation's best, the EPPY Award-winning website, gives Temple students-journalists experience in the field.
November 13, 2015
In honor of World Vegan Month (yes, Thanksgiving occurs during World Vegan Month), we sampled the plant-based fare at the Vegan Tree
November 12, 2015
Hands pulling a twenty dollar bill from opposite end
Low-wage workers in Pennsylvania lose millions due to wage theft
A new report exposes millions of dollars in losses due to wage theft in Pennsylvania.
image of computer screens and globe
Fox students solve cyber hack to advance in national competition
A team of Fox students identified and analyzed the source of a cyber hack and advanced to the final round in the National Cyber Analyst Challenge, sponsored by Lockheed Martin.
Student shaking hands with potential employer.
Career Center expands opportunities for students
The Career Center’s new strategy empowers students to look beyond their majors when identifying professional paths.
Temple students sits in front of ad that features her.
Behind the billboards
Meet the resourceful, accomplished students featured in a Temple ad campaign.
13 answers to the $35,000 question
We asked incoming freshmen how they’d spend $35,000, the cost of attending school for a fifth year and the amount they’d save by graduating on time. Here are some of their responses.
Incoming student receives Temple’s first Katz Scholarship
Camden native Indonesia Young, Class of 2019, is the first student to receive the Katz Scholarship, which covers the costs of tuition, room and board, and books for four years.
Hire an Owl: Katey Steinberg, Class of 2016
Combining Spanish studies with a major in biology is giving Katey Steinberg, Class of 2016, the skills she needs to one day improve the health of those living in underserved communities, locally and abroad.
Temple alumni named 2015 Minority Business Leaders
Four Temple alumni—including one faculty member—were named to the Philadelphia Business Journal’s annual ‘Minority Business Leaders’ list for 2015.
19 facts about the Class of 2019
The Class of 2019 is projected to have the highest high school GPA of any class in Temple history. Also, a lot of incoming students are named Matthew and Sarah (Hi, Matthew! Hi, Sarah!). Here are more fun facts about the Owlets.
Owls listed among PhillyVoice’s ‘creative class’
PhillyVoice recently named 18 talented young Philadelphians to the city’s “creative class.” Eight of them are members of the Temple community. Learn how they're making their mark on the city.