Temple University Center City Philadelphia

Temple University commemorates Juneteenth with special programs, art activities and a film
Type: News Story
Temple University is celebrating Juneteenth with community-engaging events highlighting an ongoing commitment to inclusion.
June 12, 2024
Ray Epstein pictured.
Student activist Ray Epstein receives prestigious 2024 Truman Scholarship
Type: News Story
Student activist Ray Epstein receives prestigious 2024 Truman Scholarship.
April 12, 2024
Pedestrians walking outside of TUCC's campus at 15th & Market
Temple University Center City campus celebrates 50 years
Type: News Story
Temple University Center City, opened in 1973, is a pillar of educational and professional resources in Center City.
February 28, 2024
Temple University officially debuts renovated Center City campus
Type: News Story
Temple leaders hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony Tuesday, April 7, at Temple University Center City to formally debut a new café and bookstore, all part of a $2.75 million renovation project.
April 9, 2015
Temple’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute receives $1 million gift
Type: News Story
Temple's Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, which offers education programs for adult learners age 50 and older, received a $1 million gift from the Bernard Osher Foundation.
December 19, 2014
New café, bookstore and lobby among upgrades at Temple University Center City
Type: News Story
A renovation project at Temple University's Center City campus—featuring a new ground-level bookstore and public café—will be completed in early 2015.
December 1, 2014
TU Advisory: Assault and robbery against a faculty member in Anderson
Type: Announcement
Temple University Police are investigating an assault and robbery against a faculty member that took place about 11:55 a.m. on Tuesday 10/29 in Anderson Hall. The suspect is described as an African American male, 6 feet tall, wearing tan pants and a tan shirt. Anyone with information should contact Campus Police at ext. 1-1234.
October 29, 2013
Real estate goes green at TUCC
Type: News Story
The Real Estate Institute is offering four non-credit courses in March, April and May on a broad range of sustainability issues, including green buildings (residential and commercial), smart growth, the greening of historic properties, the costs and benefits of building green and the adaptive reuse of older and unusual properties.
March 3, 2009