Student Success

A woman wearing a black and white dress and smiling.
Ending the cycle of violence
Jamira Burley, FOX ’12, refused to be a victim of tragic circumstances.
June 9, 2016
Sister Mary Scullion standing in front of a window, looking out on a mural.
A vow of service
Sister Mary Scullion, SSW ’87, is the force behind Project HOME, which provides housing, employment opportunities, medical care and education for the homeless in Philadelphia.
May 19, 2016
A collection of international flags flying from flagpoles.
Owls win Fulbrights
The winners will travel abroad to pursue research projects or English Teaching Assistant Programs.
May 12, 2016
A man in a striped shirt drawing on paper at a desk.
Bringing newsprint to life
Kevin Sprouls, TYL ’77, credits a Temple connection with helping him get his start at "The Wall Street Journal."
Members of Temple's Class of 2016 wearing Commencement caps and gowns.
Temple celebrates its 129th Commencement
The Class of 2016 reflected on the power of hard work, partnerships and perseverance.
A Commencement cap that reads “Thanks for the memories.”
All about Temple’s diverse and dynamic Class of 2016
More than 9,300 students―who range in age from 20 to 74―comprise Temple University's graduating class.
Football player Tyler Matakevich being interviewed by sports network ESPN.
Next stop: Pittsburgh Steelers
The American Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Year earned a spot in the National Football League.
A woman in a white lab coat standing in a research laboratory.
Next stop: MD/PhD program at MUSC
Biology major and CST student Commencement speaker Yongjoo (Jennifer) Cho is following her dream of being a medical scientist.
Amrita is starting an orthodontic residency at Temple.
Next stop: Orthodontic residency
Doctor of Dentistry student Amrita Bhan will continue her studies at Temple through a two-year orthodontic residency.
A blond woman holding books on Liacouras Walk.
Class of 2016 boasts Temple’s first Fly in 4 graduates
By combining the credits they earned at Temple with their credits from previous institutions, two transfer students become the first to complete the program.
A woman with brown hair holding a sign that reads LEAF Commercial Capital, Inc.
Next stop: Graphic design at LEAF Commercial Capital
Advertising major Meredith Hebert worked with an advisor in the Academic Resource Center to find her path at Temple, which resulted in her next stop as a graphic designer.
A man in a red tie standing in front of Temple University’s Alter Hall.
Next stop: Wall Street
Outgoing Temple Student Government President Ryan Rinaldi is taking his leadership skills from Broad Street to Wall Street.
A man in a gray suit holding a sign that reads finance at New York Life.
Next stop: New York Life
Political science major Taylor Ray parlayed the critical thinking skills he cultivated at Temple into a job as a wealth management consultant.