Temple’s highly anticipated Charles Library will change the landscape of the university and provide unique spaces for learning and collaboration.
August 23, 2019
The yearlong project will reinvent Anderson and Gladfelter halls and close Polett between 11th and 12th streets to foot traffic during construction.
August 13, 2019
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May 7, 2019
Upgrades and renovations are taking place across Main Campus as the university continues to grow and improve.
A university photographer and professor of architecture joined forces to detail the creation of Temple University's new Charles Library on the heart of Main Campus. Follow the transformation two years in the making through their photo gallery.
Strategies to mitigate traffic include no-parking tailgate zones and encouraging spectators who are traveling to campus to use public transit.
The renovated Founder’s Garden and new O’Connor Plaza feature a bronze owl statue and a water wall, among other updates.
As improvements continue around Temple, here’s your guide to the progress made in recent months—and how to navigate campus.
The project will expand classroom space and add a skywalk from Speakman Hall to 1810 Liacouras Walk.
With 160 projects big and small underway, parts of campus will have a new look come fall.
In honor of Trustee H. F. “Gerry” Lenfest, a newly landscaped circle will be created and installed at the base of the Bell Tower by fall 2017.
Chick-fil-A, BurgerFi and Starbucks are among the eateries expected to open after the renovation.
A number of important Temple student services will be relocated in the coming months as they move into renovated or expanded spaces.