Campus News

Lew Klein during an event at Temple University.
School to be named for broadcasting pioneer
The Lew Klein College of Media and Communication’s name will honor Klein’s distinguished career and decades of teaching service at Temple.
January 18, 2017
The exterior of Samuel Paley Library.
Temple leads library-press integration
The integration of libraries and press is part of an emerging trend and will increasing publishing opportunities for students and faculty.
January 13, 2017
students walking on campus underneath red flags bearing the Temple ‘T’.
New ranking recognizes Temple’s value to students
Kiplinger’s Personal Finance ranks Temple as one of the 100 best values among public colleges and universities nationwide.
January 11, 2017
Temple University's Alter Hall at night.
Online MBA earns No. 1 ranking for third year
Fox’s online programs received high honors from U.S. News & World Report, with the MBA holding steady at No. 1 and the BBA reaching No. 2.
a fan in the crowd wearing Temple gear, cheering on the Temple football team.
What a bowl game means for Temple
Temple football’s success, especially the team’s appearance in the Military Bowl, has far-reaching impacts on the university.
a student posting a note about giving back on a board for National Philanthropy Day.
We gave and gave big
Temple gave big on Giving Tuesday this year, more than doubling the university’s goal of $70,000 by raising $146,089.
President Richard M. Englert and Provost JoAnne A. Epps
Familiar hands take the wheel
Temple has a new leadership team at the helm
A group of students cheering at a Temple football game.
Photo gallery: Here’s to 2016
Take a photo journey through Temple’s top achievements and moments of 2016.
 A Temple bus wrap that reads ‘plugged into the city, powering the world’ outside of Paley library.
Temple in the top 10
'The Princeton Review' and 'Entrepreneur' magazine ranked Temple’s entrepreneurship programs among the best in the country.
Temple flags hanging from the Temple Performing Arts Center with Morgan Hall in the background.
Temple endowment exceeds $500 million
Temple University’s endowment has surpassed $500 million, a significant milestone.
A woman working in the new dispatch center.
Calling in reinforcements
Temple University’s Department of Campus Safety Services recently upgraded its Communications Center.
Musser Award recipient Gerard Sweeney holding his award.
“One-of-a-kind” Gerard Sweeney honored as Musser Award recipient
The Fox School of Business awarded the commercial real estate titan for his role in elevating Philadelphia’s global reputation.
Three men smiling as they cut the ribbon at the veteran center.
Temple veterans find a home on Main Campus
The Military and Veteran Services Center celebrated its grand opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony featuring Gen. Colin Powell.