Campus News

Temple announces new initiatives to promote and support health and wellness for students and employees
Temple University is investing $1 million annually in expanding health and well-being services.
January 23, 2023
 Image of women wearing cherry and white MLK Day shirts.
Ways to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day at Temple
Get involved with MLK Day events at Temple.
January 11, 2023
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Temple adds new East Loop to Flight shuttle service
Temple adds a new East Loop to its Flight services.
January 6, 2023
 Students walking outside in the snow near the Bell Tower.
Memorable moments of 2022
Look back on some highlights from 2022.
President Wingard and wife Gingi pictured.
President Wingard to move to North Philadelphia
The president is relocating with his family to North Carlisle Street.
Stock of Owl statue pictured.
Temple’s Violence Reduction Task Force releases report and recommendations
The Violence Reduction Task Force has released recommendations to help address the gun violence epidemic.
Jennifer Griffin and others speak at a Chamber of Commerce forum.
Jennifer Griffin highlights need for collaborative approach in addressing public safety issues
Temple University sponsors forum hosted by Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia.
Timothy Welbeck speaking at the opening of the Center for Anti-Racism.
Temple University’s Center for Anti-Racism holds grand opening
Led by Professor Timothy N. Welbeck, the center seeks to help mitigate the impact of racism in communities.
Questlove at the Lew Klein Alumni in the Media Awards ceremony.
Questlove headlines the 2022 Lew Klein Alumni in the Media Awards
The annual awards event supports student scholarships.
Rendering of Paley Hall pictured.
Renovated Paley Hall set to become ‘signature piece’ of Temple’s campus
Construction set to begin this spring on the renovation and reimagination of Paley Hall.
Students on campus near the bell tower.
For third-straight year, Temple enrolls record number of students of color
More than half of Temple’s Class of 2026 are students of color.
Jon Broder, Jason Wingard, Rabbi Daniel Levitt and Mitch Morgan
Temple Hillel unveils legacy plan in honor of professor
Temple’s Hillel honors a professor who dedicated his career to championing disability rights and celebrates paying off the mortgage on its campus building.
President Jason Wingard on campus at Temple University
President Wingard presented the opening address at Chronicle of Higher Education Festival
Wingard, Malcolm Gladwell and other thought leaders convened to share how colleges can retain value amidst declining enrollment trends.