Our campuses offer a variety of geographical settings and learning environments. Find out which academic programs can be pursued at each, and read more details about each campus below.
Located close to the heart of central Philadelphia, our Main Campus pulses with vibrant energy thanks to numerous new building projects and the 11,000 students living on or around campus. Outside of class, students choose from a diverse range of activities on campus and in the surrounding city. Temple has more than 300 student organizations, Division I sporting events, and over 1,000 arts and music events on campus each year. Take the Broad Street line a few stops south to find yourself in the center of Philadelphia's thriving food and restaurant scene, shopping districts, museums, galleries and cultural venues. Proximity to downtown Philadelphia affords Temple students the excitement of a big city without giving up the close-knit feel of a traditional campus setting.
Explore some of the world’s most renowned historical and spiritual sites like the Imperial Palace, Sensō-ji Temple and the Meiji Shrine. Immerse yourself in Tokyo’s beautiful gardens and stroll the lively streets of the Ginza shopping district. Eat takoyaki like a local in one of Osaka's famous food markets or take a break from studying to wander through its quiet cobblestone streets.
Temple University, Japan Campus is a nationally recognized institution offering undergraduate, graduate and non-degree programs in two of Japan’s most exciting cities, Tokyo and Osaka. As the oldest and largest foreign university in Japan, students have access to world-class facilities, distinguished faculty and extensive programming in a variety of academic and professional areas.
Study while sipping espresso in an open-air piazza. Take architecture and engineering courses in the city where the arch, dome and vault were invented. Experience art in the culture that produced masters like Caravaggio, Michelangelo and Raphael.
Students enjoy a blend of the classical and modern worlds at Temple University Rome, with modern academic facilities and a prime location. Temple Rome is housed in the Villa Caproni, a beautiful building along the banks of the Tiber River and within walking distance of the Spanish Steps and the Borghese Gardens. Students take classes surounded by iconic monuments like the Colosseum, Pantheon and Roman Forum.
Semester, summer and yearlong programs are available for undergraduate, graduate or internship credit. The Temple Rome Entry Year program allows students spend their first year at the Rome campus.
Other Pennsylvania Campuses
These are additional locations where you may experience Temple University. As an undergraduate you may find yourself participating in individual classes, events, research projects or internship programs at these locations.
Located in downtown Philadelphia, this campus offers an alternative site to take certain courses in conjunction with coursework at Main and Ambler campuses. Undergraduate students can study at Main Campus and choose to take one course in Center City, for example. This campus serves adult and continuing-education students, so classes are offered primarily in the evenings and on weekends. Explore our Center City Campus.
Temple Harrisburg, located across the street from the Pennsylvania State Capitol, is home to our Pennsylvania Capital Semester for students interested in politics and government. Here we also offer certificate programs and professional development opportunities for working adults.
This campus is also in downtown Philadelphia and is dedicated to professional students studying at Temple’s School of Podiatric Medicine. Learn more about the School of Podiatric Medicine.
Health Sciences Center
Temple’s medical-related professional schools and colleges are housed at this location, which is in North Philadelphia a short subway or shuttle ride away from Main Campus. While undergraduate students cannot take classes at this campus, many participate in research opportunities here. Explore our Health Sciences Center Campus and facilities.