Campus News

Richard M. Englert, Temple University president
Richard M. Englert announces plans to retire as Temple president
Englert’s presidency caps 45 years of distinguished service to Temple.
July 7, 2020
Morgan Hall
Temple to open dedicated COVID-19 testing center on campus
The center will be located in a storefront along Cecil B. Moore Avenue, on the street level of Morgan Hall.
June 30, 2020
a medical assistant screening a patient
Temple to train hundreds of COVID-19 contact tracers
Temple University introduces comprehensive contact tracing certificate program amid COVID-19 pandemic.
June 30, 2020
Short Story Dispensor in Charles Library
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Submit your short story to Temple Libraries’ creative writing contest by July 24.
Gate with Temple seal
Temple to conduct extended review of Student Conduct Code
A special committee of students, faculty and staff with diverse backgrounds, experiences and perspectives will be convened to review the code.
bell tower
Temple introduces employee relief fund to help colleagues through financial strain of COVID-19
Temple employees can now donate to their colleagues through the Temple Employee Relief Fund.
An illustration of landmarks in Philadelphia and on Temple's campus with rainbow colors.
Proud moments in our LGBTQIA+ history
Learn more about historical events that happened in Philadelphia and key contributions from the Temple community to celebrate Pride month.
Gregory Anderson
College of Education launches a new scholarship challenge
Dean Gregory Anderson has announced a new initiative to support students pursuing degrees in education.
students at the Bell Tower
This year marks Temple’s largest-ever class of “Fulbrighters”
Temple carries on a record of success for students applying for the highly competitive award.
Temple flag outside Sullivan Hall
Board of Trustees approves tuition freeze for 2020–2021 academic year
President Richard M. Englert proposed the freeze in response to financial hardships created by the COVID-19 pandemic.
a graduate
Temple University celebrates its largest ever graduating class amid COVID-19 safety precautions
Temple University’s history-making Class of 2020 will receive their degrees on May 7.
the Student Training and Recreation Complex (STAR) under construction in 2017.
An extraordinary evolution: Temple’s campus throughout the years
Over the past several years, Temple University has worked to update campus with these exciting renovations.
Perseverance Conquers sign on Beury Beach
Perseverance Conquers
Help us honor and celebrate the accomplishments of the extraordinary members of Temple’s Class of 2020.