Temple Experience

You might say Temple is a meeting ground for a universe of ideas, attitudes, and experiences. There are students from just about any place or any background you can think of. They’re all different with one thing in common: the desire to be their best and make things happen. This is Temple—diversity creating wholeness. Individualism leading to mutual accomplishment. Using today to get a head start on tomorrow. That’s what it means to be Temple Made.

Experience Philadelphia

Main Campus is fewer than two miles from downtown Philadelphia, the second-largest city on the East Coast. It’s a short ride to everything great Philly has to offer, like the Phillies’ ballpark, world-class museums and performance centers, and amazing restaurants everywhere you turn. Make Philly your classroom by taking advantage of hands-on learning and internships in business, healthcare, education, the arts, and more. Visit CampusPhilly.org to find out more.

Things to do on campus

There's so much to do on campus, you'll never be bored at Temple. See an art exhibit. Catch a performance. Cheer on the Owls. And with more than 300 clubs and organizations and dozens of fraternities and sororities, you can explore your interests, meet new people, and have fun. Learn more about student activities at Temple.

Living at Temple

Most freshmen choose to live on campus for good reason. It's just a short walk to classes and study spots. When you’re ready to relax, your residence hall is home—the place to go when you want to rest up, hang out, or have fun. Get room information, contact your new roommate, and even book your room online on our University Housing and Residential Life website.

Campus security and safety is of critical importance to Temple. For more details on our services, programming and statistics, our Annual Security and Fire Safety Report is available for review. You may also request a copy by calling Temple University’s Campus Safety Services at (215) 204-7900.

Check out our student blogs

The Temple campus is a busy place. And because there’s always a lot going on, there’s always a lot to talk about. You can get a glimpse of what some of our students are talking about right now, in their own words, on our student blogs.


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