Campus News

A graduate celebrating at Temple’s Commencement
Temple graduates largest class in history
More than 10,000 students hailing from as near as a block from Main Campus and as far as Indonesia earned degrees in the Class of 2018.
May 10, 2018
Rendering of the proposed multipurpose facility and stadium.
Students and faculty share thoughts on proposed multipurpose facility and stadium
Earlier this month, Temple students were invited to fill out a survey about the project, and Faculty Senate members were encouraged to vote in support or opposition of the group’s resolution.
May 9, 2018
Michelle Obama, Robert DeNiro and Bradley Cooper at the Liacouras Center
Temple serves as backdrop for politicians, national events
Main Campus is often a go-to location for events for politicians and celebrities. This semester, notable figures from the governor to the former First Lady visited Temple.
May 7, 2018
Hazim Hardeman in the State Capitol
State lawmakers honor Rhodes Scholar during Owls on the Hill Day
Hazim Hardeman received special recognition during the annual day of advocacy Temple students organize in Harrisburg.
A graduation cap decorated to show the Temple "T."
U.S. Sen. Cory Booker among this year’s honorary degree recipients
Booker will address the graduates of the Class of 2018, while two local leaders will also receive honorary degrees.
A group of students wearing Temple gear on campus.
Best reactions to Temple “T” April Fools’ Day joke
The Temple community responded in numbers on social media to the university’s logo prank.
A drum that shows Temple’s updated lowercase “t” logo.
Temple to adopt significant changes to iconic "T" logo
The new logo will be a lowercase serif “t” to more accurately represent the Temple of today—an ever-evolving, world-class institution.
A Temple flag at Sullivan Hall.
How the Temple “T” came to be
The history of the university’s iconic logo is rooted in student innovation and success.
Pennsylvania Secretary of Education Pedro Rivera
Temple receives second “It’s On Us PA” grant to further improve sexual misconduct reporting
The grant of more than $25,000 will go toward initiatives to raise awareness and improve reporting of campus sexual assault.
Morgan Hall at night with skyline in the background
Temple generates $7.5 billion in economic impact throughout Pennsylvania
Temple has supported 43,000 jobs statewide and generated more than $205 million in tax revenue for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
Temple flag outside Sullivan Hall
Graduate programs earn increases in U.S. News & World Report rankings
The Lewis Katz School of Medicine and the College of Science and Technology recorded double-digit jumps in the latest rankings.
Rendering of the Charles Library
In recognition of $10M gift, Temple’s new library to be named for Steve Charles
Charles Library, to open next year, will carry the name of the trustee and philanthropist.
President Richard M. Englert giving testimony
President highlights Temple’s value in testimony to state lawmakers
Vital state funding helps keep in-state tuition low.