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A primer on the state appropriation
Type: News Story
An overview of the state appropriation and what it means to Temple
February 29, 2024
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How to ball on a college budget: 2021 Temple edition
Type: News Story
Student discounts galore! Make sure you’re aware of these deals and discounts that are available to Temple students.
August 20, 2021
President Richard M. Englert standing at a podium and talking.
Englert appointed Temple president
Type: News Story
On Tuesday, Oct. 11 the Board of Trustees appointed Richard M. Englert as president.
October 11, 2016
2016 State of the University Address
Type: Announcement
Watch President Richard M. Englert deliver the 2016 State of the University address.
September 26, 2016
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Temple experts and leadership aid state in opioid epidemic
Type: News Story
Lewis Katz School of Medicine experts discuss opioid addiction and abuse before Pennsylvania legislators.
August 16, 2016
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President Neil D. Theobald makes case for vital state support
Type: News Story
A lack of funding for state-related universities could leave Temple facing "real and significant" budget implications.
March 2, 2016
The dome of the Pennsylvania Capitol Building.
President Theobald to testify in Harrisburg
Type: News Story
Temple’s president and other leaders of Pennsylvania’s state-related universities will advocate for state funding.
February 29, 2016
Theobald praises Gov. Wolf's support for Temple University
Type: News Story
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’s affordability efforts praised by state leaders
Type: News Story
Temple’s Fly in 4 initiative and 20/20 scholarships received praise from state-elected officials Tuesday, when President Neil D. Theobald made the university’s annual appeal for state support. He appeared before the Senate Appropriations Committee in the morning and the House Appropriations Committee in the afternoon.
February 26, 2014
Temple launches new universitywide budget model
Type: News Story
Over the next two and a half years, Temple will transition to a new budget model that shifts responsibility from central administration to the schools and colleges. The change is designed to promote revenue growth through entrepreneurial creativity, align resources with academic priorities and address the challenges of a radically different higher education marketplace.
March 15, 2013
Corbett pledges level funding for higher education, including Temple
Type: News Story
Gov. Tom Corbett on Friday announced that the proposed 2013-14 budget will maintain steady funding levels for state and state-related universities, including Temple. In return, Temple President Neil Theobald and other public university leaders said they would work to keep tuition increases as low as possible.
February 4, 2013
Temple Trustees announce base tuition freeze for next year
Type: News Story
Temple Board of Trustees Chairman Patrick J. O'Connor and Acting President Richard Englert discuss the decision to freeze base tuition for the 2012-13 academic year while providing an additional $8 million in financial aid, and call on the university community to invest in students to ensure Temple remains affordable and accessible.
June 28, 2012
Board approves restructuring of Temple schools, colleges
Type: Announcement
Temple's Board of Trustees has approved the establishment of a Center for the Arts, a new academic unit that brings together the Boyer College of Music and Dance, the Tyler School of Art and a new Division of Theater, Film and Media Arts.
June 21, 2012
In Q&A, Senior Vice President offers update on state budget process
Type: Announcement
Yesterday, Pennsylvania's Senate Appropriations Committee passed Senate Bill 1469 as part of its budget package. If enacted, the bill would restore Temple’s funding to last year’s level. While this is an important step and a great improvement over the prior proposal, it is far from the end of the process.
May 9, 2012
Student talent and pride on display during Cherry and White Week in Harrisburg
Type: News Story
Members of the Temple community traveled to the state Capitol in Harrisburg last week to showcase the many sides of Temple to Pennsylvania’s elected officials. Cherry and White Week events were organized as part of this year’s Stand with Temple campaign and were designed to give elected leaders a better opportunity to get to know Temple and its students.
March 30, 2012
Temple administrators meet with Pa. Senate Appropriations Committee
Type: News Story
At the Senate Appropriations Committee on Wednesday, discussion with Temple administrators ranged from the university's commitment to access, to its efforts to contain administrative costs, to its role in providing healthcare to under-served patients. Committee members expressed their support for the university and its impact in Greater Philadelphia and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
March 1, 2012
Temple leaders, students appeal for funding in Harrisburg
Type: News Story
A hearing before the Senate Appropriations Committee yesterday in Harrisburg was the latest in a series of efforts by Temple administrators, students and other members of the Temple community to make the case for a fair Commonwealth appropriation. Already, Temple supporters have sent nearly 6,000 letters to their legislators through the Temple Advocates Legislative Outreach Network.
March 1, 2012
Corman: I Want To Restore All Higher Education Funding
Type: In the Media
February 28, 2012
GOP leader talks against higher education cuts
Type: In the Media
February 28, 2012
Mayor Nutter assesses impact of state cuts to Temple
Type: News Story
On Thursday, Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter convened a panel of civic and municipal leaders to discuss the potential effect of proposed reductions in funding for educational and social services that benefit citizens of the Philadelphia region.
February 24, 2012
President Hart takes Temple's case against budget cuts to Harrisburg
Type: News Story
President Ann Weaver Hart presented the case for Temple support to members of the state House of Representatives on Wednesday during a three-hour hearing before the House Appropriations Committee.
February 23, 2012
Who needs college anyway?
Type: In the Media
February 20, 2012
Corbett should tell us more about higher ed cuts
Type: In the Media
February 15, 2012
DN Editorial: The big 'no-tax' lie
Type: In the Media
February 9, 2012