Campus News

Alumna Ariell Johnson talking with comic books in the background.
Confronting society’s conceptions of disabilities in the arts and media
Alumni, faculty, students and experts join in a day of conversation about representation of the disability community in the arts and media at the annual Disability and Change Symposium.
March 24, 2017
Students holding signs during a walk to raise awareness around sexual assault.
WalkTU to kick off Sexual Assault Awareness Month
The event will raise awareness around sexual violence and focus on inclusion and engaging new voices on the issue.
March 22, 2017
stained glass windows in a building on Temple's campus
Graduate programs surge in ‘U.S. News’ rankings
Fox and Engineering earned all-time-ranks in the latest edition of Best Graduate Schools—and those weren’t the only grad programs that soared.
March 14, 2017
new signs marking Pollett Walk and Beasley Walk on Temple’s campus
Sign of the times
A subtle yet significant addition to campus life is turning up throughout Temple University: new signs to improve visibility and consistency.
A group of student's crossing Broad Street on campus.
For fourth year in a row, Temple breaks record for applications
As of the March 1 application deadline, Temple University received 36,840 applications, beating last year’s record of 34,504.
 President Englert testifying in Harrisburg.
President Englert testifies for Temple at state budget hearing
State funding allows the university to keep tuition as low as possible and to deliver excellent teaching and research, Englert told state legislators.
Assistant Professor Daniele Ramella pointing to a whiteboard while teaching.
Flipping the classroom
The newly formed Center for the Advancement of Teaching offers resources to improve teaching and amplify student success.
Several students sitting together in a residence hall room.
Temple offers gender-inclusive housing option
Gender-inclusive housing options will allow students to share a suite or apartment regardless of gender identity, biological sex or sexual orientation.
People walking through the entrance to Temple University Hospital.
TUHS practices join federal program to improve primary care
Temple University Health System joins 3,000 health systems nationwide in a pilot of the Comprehensive Primary Care Plus initiative.
A hand holding three pills.
Temple center helps pregnant women facing addiction
The Temple/Wedge Center of Excellence will fill a crucial gap in care for expectant mothers battling addiction to opioids.
Philadelphia City Hall from North Broad Street.
Mayor appoints education professor to School Reform Commission
Associate Professor Christopher McGinley worked as a teacher and principal in Philadelphia public schools and as a superintendent in the suburbs.
 A Temple “T” with a tree in the foreground.
Temple and Women Organized Against Rape establish region’s first campus office
Temple and WOAR’s collaboration is a response to student advocacy and recommendations from the university’s Presidential Committee on Campus Sexual Misconduct.
 Students walking in front of a Temple “T”.
State selects Temple to receive one of its first ‘It’s On Us’ grants
The grant of more than $25,000 will go toward initiatives aimed at raising awareness around and improving reporting of campus sexual assault.