Campus News

Take Charge campaign expands in 2015
Temple has a great opportunity to run a local ad during Super Bowl XLIX and is inviting the Temple community to decide which version of the ad will run during the game. The winner will be posted on Temple’s social media channels and air in the Philadelphia region.
January 27, 2015
Wellness program offers free resources, rewards
Through Temple's Total Wellness program, Temple faculty and staff who are enrolled in one of the university’s health insurance plans have access to a variety of free resources to improve and maintain their health and well-being.
January 26, 2015
CLA celebrates winter Commencement
On Thursday, Jan. 22, graduates of Temple’s College of Liberal Arts and School of Environmental Design gathered in the Temple Performing Arts Center with faculty, friends and family members to celebrate their graduation.
January 22, 2015
Event aims to increase women in computer fields
Check Out Tech will introduce female students to technology careers by providing them with a network of women who are successful technology professionals and information on Temple’s majors, minors and certificates in computer and information sciences.
Temple named a best value
Temple University’s reputation for excellence and affordability continues to grow with the university’s inclusion in 'Kiplinger’s Personal Finance’s' 100 best values in public colleges for 2015. The rankings―which appear in the magazine’s February issue―place Temple at no. 95 nationally.
School of Pharmacy’s Moulder Center endowed with $5 million pledge
Temple University School of Pharmacy alumni Lonnie and Sharon Moulder are continuing their commitment to the Moulder Center for Drug Discovery Research at TUSP by pledging $5 million to endow the center.
New concession stand serves students on a budget
The Perch, which opened at the start of this year’s basketball season, offers discounted concessions for Temple students with a valid TUid.
What’s buzzing at Temple: Top posts of 2014
Temple’s most popular social media posts of 2014 reflect the university community’s love of Philadelphia, celebrate its entrepreneurial students and accomplished faculty, and mourn one of its most beloved members.
Temple’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute receives $1 million gift
Temple's Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, which offers education programs for adult learners age 50 and older, received a $1 million gift from the Bernard Osher Foundation.
‘Today’ show co-host Tamron Hall tells SMC graduates to seek the truth
During Temple's winter graduation ceremony, Temple alumna and 'Today' show co-host Tamron Hall spoke to graduates in the School of Media and Communication about their responsibility to search for the unbiased truth
President Theobald discusses Temple Option on Bloomberg TV
In an interview for Bloomberg TV, Temple University President Neil D. Theobald discussed the Temple Option, a new admissions alternative that considers factors other than students' standardized test scores.
Temple explores innovative ways to help students succeed
Temple University was one of only seven universities nationwide to receive a prestigious Transformational Planning Grant, a one-year, funded project designed to make a quality higher education more accessible.
New dates set for start of spring semester and Commencement
With the new academic calendar in place, Temple's spring semester and main Commencement date will arrive earlier this school year than they have in the past.