I chose Temple not only because of its amazing diversity, but because it’s right in the heart of Philadelphia!
At Temple, students are free to make their own decisions and discover things for themselves. It’s a place where there’s always new people to meet, new friends to make, and new things to talk about. Here's what some of our students are talking about right now:
“The only place success comes before work is in the dictionary.”
I’m really involved in the Office of Leadership Development, I was awarded the 2011 Diamond Leader of the Year.
I am an Anthropology major and hope to one day work at the Penn Museum of Anthropology and Archaeology.
Kevin and Joe are both Juniors at Temple, and while Kevin studies Computer Science and Joe studies Political Science and Sociology, they pretty much are the Professors of Temple Sports 101.
I chose Temple for its outstanding theater program, as well as its location. It’s exciting to be a part of such a vibrant community.
When looking for the perfect college I wanted something that was diverse, spirited, and would provide me with endless opportunities, Temple University.
Follow my adventures as a student, aspiring actress, club leader, sorority sister, city explorer, world traveler, and of course as a Temple Owl!
Temple University has great diversity - in its students, buildings, classes, professors, and of course, the city! I love being surrounded by a diverse population.
I'm involved as a Student Ambassador in the College of Education, a member of the College of Education Student Council and an Owl Ambassador!
I’ve been a city girl all my life, so there was no debate about whether or not I’d go to school in a city. When I went to Temple’s open house, and went on a tour with one of the Owl Ambassadors, I was sold.
Temple's leadership opportunities and avenues to get involved are what make it such a great school. As a sophomore I've had the opportunity to be the Director of University Pride & Traditions for Temple Student Government and an Owl Team Leader for new student orientations.
Temple University has a great "small school feel" while being located in an urban area.