Campus News

Ken and Kevin Acker celebrating with Hooter at a pop-up pride event.
Pop-up pride invades Ridley High School
Temple student Kevin Acker helped arrange an at-work surprise for his father, Ken, EDU ’89.
February 10, 2016
Logo for the 2016 Temple Toast.
Temple Toast is coming
The Temple community celebrates Russell Conwell's vision by coming together to give back.
February 9, 2016
Crowds cheering at a Temple University football game.
Temple trustees approve funding for initial designs, studies of on-campus football stadium and retail project
The proposed complex aims to contribute to North Philadelphia’s growing economy and the renaissance along North Broad Street.
February 8, 2016
Zhenmin Wang giving a speech in China.
Law scholar and advisor to Chinese government kicks off 2016 Provost Lecture Series
Zhenmin Wang has been a leader in developing legal education in China.
The BookBot in action at a library at N.C. State University.
Book retrieval powered by robot in new library
Plans for Temple’s new library include Bookbot, a state-of-the-art book retrieval system.
Four Temple “T” flags on Main Campus.
Low-income students succeed at Temple
Data shows that Temple is at the top of Philadelphia-area universities in attracting and educating low-income students.
Students outside Sullivan Hall on Temple’s Main Campus.
President Theobald lays out roadmap for other universities
Leaders from 170 colleges and universities saw the president's presentation on the sustainability of the current college funding model.
A group of students working on a design.
Division of Architecture and Environmental Design formed in Tyler School of Art
Students will benefit from opportunities to work collaboratively across disciplines.
Alter Hall on Temple’s Main Campus at night.
Temple’s Online MBA ranked No. 1 nationally
The program maintains its position at the top, while the Online Bachelor of Business Administration jumps 25 places to No. 6—an all-time high.
Cherry and white balloons decorating the bell tower.
A look back at Temple’s monumental year
The university's momentum soared in 2015.
The view of Center City Philadelphia from Temple’s Main Campus.
Temple University Press has award-winning year
Scholarly associations recognize authors, books and the publishing process with awards in 2015.
A poster promoting the film Creed with stars posing in a boxing ring.
‘Creed’ wows critics
The film transformed the Temple Performing Arts Center into a boxing arena.
Students walking through Temple’s Main Campus.
Academic calendar changes
Calendar for the 2016–2017 and 2017–2018 academic years are scheduled to begin one week later than previous years.