Student Success

Students on Main Campus.
Meet Temple’s inaugural cohort of Cecil B. Moore Scholars
The Scholars are the first to be selected for a new program that bridges the gap between high school and college for students in North Philadelphia.
September 8, 2021
A young woman crosses the street in Center City.
New Temple program helps unpaid interns
Unpaid Internship Stipend Program gives students the opportunity to pursue unpaid internships while building their skills.
September 2, 2021
Brice Izyah smiling, wearing a red hat and standing under a Temple flag.
Former “Survivor” contestant changes lives on and off-screen
Reality show contestant turned podcast host has changed reality TV, while impacting lives as a social worker.
August 26, 2021
Image of Temple alumna Chelsey Lowe
Temple alumna Chelsey Lowe influences Black lives in Philadelphia and beyond
CLA alumna Chelsey Lowe uses her skills and expertise to create change in Black communities and businesses.
Brian Mengini standing along Liacouras Walk
The salt-and-pepper undergrad
Brian Mengini, 49, will major in journalism at Klein this fall.
two medical students holding up their gift
Katz School’s Class of 2025 receives a special gift
At White Coat ceremony, Katz students are presented with personal ultrasound devices.
Andreas Copes in front of a blue background, wearing a Planned Parenthood shirt.
Student earns prestigious LGBTQIA+ scholarship
Innovative programming and accomplishments by a Temple student catch the attention of an influential LGBTQ+ organization.
Kirtney Metz standing in front of Charles Library
Shhh … the Owls are researching!
Learn about three Temple University Libraries’ Livingstone Undergraduate Research Award recipients.
Temple alumnus Ray Didinger
Memoir of a sportswriter
In “Finished Business,” Ray Didinger looks back on 50 years of writing about the Eagles, Flyers, Phillies and more.
Dockery wearing pink sunglasses and striking makeup as Ruth Canal.
Dental student graduates in drag in viral video
Kornberg graduate accepted diploma as drag persona.
 A Black woman in white tutu practicing ballet at a barre in a dance studio.
Exposing more African Americans to ballet
Through her ballet company, Chanel Holland, BYR ’12, changed the perception of what it means to be a ballet dancer.
Temple dentistry student Natasha Rockwell and her parents.
Dental student shares heartfelt white coat ceremony with her parents
Natasha Rockwell was presented with her white coat by her parents, who both have ties to Temple’s dentistry program.
Temple alumna Nicole Jordan
In a class of her own
Alumna Nicole Jordan is the Philadelphia Orchestra’s first Black female member.