Campus News

Temple flags on Broad Street with a view of City Hall.
State approves 2.5 percent increase in Temple’s funding
The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania approved a 2.5 percent increase in Temple’s funding this year, allowing Temple to keep tuition increases limited.
August 16, 2016
A plastic bottle featuring the iconic red and white Coca-Cola logo.
Share a Coke with Temple
After 15 years with Pepsi, Temple enters a new, five-year university beverage contract with scholarship support with Coca-Cola.
July 28, 2016
Chad Nelson is looking at OpenDataPhilly on a computer screen.
Temple University Libraries wins a 2016 Knight News Challenge on Libraries award
Temple University Libraries will explore how libraries can support preservation and long-term access to open civic data.
July 27, 2016
The Washington Center interns smiling and laughing at the reception.
The Washington Center immerses students in politics
For two weeks students from Temple and other universities across the nation are on campus gearing up for the Democratic National Convention.
Students walking through Main Campus.
Temple announces tuition rates and enhancements
A simplified tuition structure makes it easier for students to graduate on time and limit debt.
the iron gate leading onto Temple's Main Campus and a red Temple "T" flag.
A message from Temple's Board of Trustees
Board Chair Patrick J. O’Connor’s note to the Temple community about Tuesday's board action.​
A woman in glasses and a black jacket standing before Philadelphia's skyline.
Temple nominates JoAnne Epps for university provost
An influential leader and scholar, Epps would bring more than 30 years of experience as a Temple dean and faculty member to the university’s top academic officer role.​
Three men in suits touring the new medical suite at Temple’s dental school.
Medical suite opens at Kornberg School of Dentistry
The center is the first of its kind to partner with a dental institution to provide comprehensive healthcare.
Len Barrack smiling at an event on Temple’s Main Campus.
Leonard and Lynne Barrack donate $5 million to Temple University
The gift will create the Barrack Scholars program within the Beasley School of Law.
The new lactation suite in the Student Center, emblazoned with the Temple "T."
Temple becomes first PA university to open Mamava lactation suite
The university joins two other locations in Philadelphia to offer the Mamava suites.
John Chaney speaks at a lectern at a service for Peter J. Liacouras.
Temple celebrates the life of Peter Liacouras
Temple leaders and family members fondly recalled the many accomplishments of Peter J. Liacouras.
A sign for Temple's School of Tourism and Hospitality Management, which will be renamed.
School of Tourism and Hospitality Management announces name change
The change to the School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management will better reflect the school’s student population.
Peter J. Liacouras, 1931–2016
Liacouras spearheaded the university's evolution from a local commuter school to an internationally renowned public research institution.