Campus News

Temple hosts international conference on the Holocaust
Temple University recently hosted the Annual Scholars’ Conference on the Holocaust and the Churches for the first time. Nearly 100 scholars, students, clergy, community leaders and Holocaust survivors from around the world attended the three-day international event.
March 30, 2015
Temple alumni, staff named to 'PBJ’s 2015 40 Under 40'
Four notable Temple alumni and one staff member have been named to the 'Philadelphia Business Journal's 2015 40 Under 40.' Read about these five Owls who are making their mark on Philadelphia in this slideshow with excerpts from the PBJ story.
March 27, 2015
Free hugs kick off series of RHA events
Hundreds of Temple students received hugs Wednesday, March 25, as part of the free-hugs campaign, a kick off for the first Residence Hall Association (RHA) Week, designed to spread love across Temple and raise awareness about the organization.
March 26, 2015
Temple's affordability initiatives praised by state leaders
During President Neil D. Theobald's testimony before the state appropriations committees, members of the Senate and House commended Temple University for taking a leadership role through affordability initiatives such as Fly in 4.
President to appear before state appropriations committees
President Neil D. Theobald will be in Harrisburg today advocating on behalf of the university's annual commonwealth appropriation. He will appear at hearings before the House and Senate Appropriations committees.
Nothing but praise for Temple's commuter lounge
Temple University’s new commuter lounge has been a hit with the campus community since opening its doors on January 12.
Developing universitywide technology accessibility
Temple University has broadened the reach of technology accessibility universitywide to more effectively accommodate students with disabilities, as noted in a recent 'Campus Technology' story.
New four-week, seven-week and 12-week courses announced
Temple University students can now take four-week, seven-week and 12-week courses within a semester.
Temple Student Government candidates announced
Temple Student Government has unveiled the two tickets up for election to represent the student body in the 2015–2016 academic year. Voting begins March 31.
Engineering to emphasize innovation in curriculum
Temple's College of Engineering has been selected to participate in a National Science Foundation program, which assists schools in effectively integrating innovation and entrepreneurship into undergraduate engineering curricula.
Temple professional, grad programs rise in ‘U.S. News’ rankings
With all of the latest 'Best Graduate Schools' numbers in from 'U.S. News,' a more complete picture of Temple's "red-hot" ascent in the rankings has emerged.
Temple's grad and professional school programs surge in 'U.S. News' rankings
The release of the 2016 edition of 'U.S.News & World Report's Best Grad Schools' reveals a dramatic rise in the rankings of flagship graduate programs at three of Temple's schools and colleges.
Theobald praises Gov. Wolf's support for Temple University
Temple University President Neil D. Theobald praised Gov. Tom Wolf's budget plan, which would increase Temple’s appropriation by $15.44 million, the first increase in four years.