Campus News

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.
March 5, 2015
Temple Toast shatters goal
On Feb. 17, the Temple Toast to Russell Conwell, a fundraising birthday celebration for the university’s founder and first president, resulted in an outpouring of support from the Temple community.
February 20, 2015
Temple community “toasts” Russell Conwell
On Feb. 17, the entire university community will unite online and at events around the world for a day of giving to celebrate the 172nd birthday of Temple’s founder and first president.
February 10, 2015
Temple University to benefit from Exelon gift honoring Nelson Diaz
Exelon has announced a $450,000 gift to Temple's Beasley School of Law in honor of Judge Nelson A. Diaz, LAW ’72, a longtime member of the university's Board of Trustees.
‘Stella’ bests ‘Skyline’ in Super Bowl ad contest
A Temple University ad starring live mascot Stella ran regionally during Super Bowl XLIX.
Grant will help develop more powerful disinfectants
Temple chemist William Wuest has been awarded a $200,000 grant from the University City Science Center to develop the next generation of antibacterial cleansers and disinfectants.
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.
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.
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.
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.