Located one mile north of Center City Philadelphia, Temple's 115-acre Main Campus serves students from the Delaware Valley area, from throughout the United States, and from 103 foreign nations. There are approximately 24,000 undergraduates and 7,900 graduate and professional school students attending classes on the Main Campus.
Many of the schools and colleges on the Main Campus offer programs and courses on other campuses and at various extension centers.
Also on the Main Campus are sports and performing arts at the Liacouras Center, resources at the Tuttleman Learning Center and the largest technology center in the country.
The Ambler Campus, with an undergraduate student population of 3,000, is a respected innovator in research and education in social, economic, and environmental studies. Located in suburban Montgomery County, just 18 miles north of the Main Campus, Ambler offers more than 200 day and evening classes, plus non-credit courses and summer camps.
Students enjoy Ambler's stunning grounds, student organizations and activities, and recreational facilities. The campus is also home to Temple University's baseball, softball, and men's and women's soccer teams.
Ambler's facilities include science laboratories, a library, top-quality computer labs, "smart" classrooms, Computer-Assisted Design (CAD) and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) lab/classrooms.
Temple University Center City (TUCC) is the adult education destination in Center City. Surrounded by the home offices of major national corporations and just across the street from City Hall, TUCC is also near most of the city's cultural and entertainment resources.
TUCC's goal is to serve the credit and continuing education needs of area corporations and their employees and to provide enrichment opportunities for Philadelphia area residents.
TUCC offers an outstanding selection of undergraduate and graduate courses and full degree programs in the evening, as well as stimulating non-credit workshops and seminars during the day, in the evening, and on weekends.
The Temple University Fort Washington (TUFW) Graduate and Professional Education Center is the site for most of Temple University Ambler's graduate programs. Located in the Fort Washington Office Park. TUFW is widely known for its graduate programs in business, education and pharmaceutical quality assurance/regulatory affairs.
The Office of Non-Credit and Special Programs, located at TUFW, provides seminars at the graduate center in professional development and computer applications. It also provides hundreds of non-credit programs at the Ambler and Fort Washington campuses throughout the year. From certificates in meeting and wedding planning, to digital photography, to summer education camps for young people, the non-credit courses are designed to enhance professional skills and enrich personal interests.
Temple University Harrisburg (TUH) is a satellite of Temple University in Philadelphia, offering graduate programs and some undergraduate courses designed for the adult learner. TUH caters to the busy adult by offering a convenient evening and weekend course schedule. Outstanding Ph.D. and practitioner faculty provide excellent educational opportunities on-site and at other Temple program locations in Central PA.
TUH currently offers graduate degree programs in Educational Administration, Educational Psychology, Community & Regional Planning, and Social Work. Play Therapy, Principal, Superintendent, and Supervisory Certification programs are also available. TUH also offers the PA Capital Semester Program for undergraduate junior and senior students.
Temple University Harrisburg is situated in the heart of Pennsylvania's state government and capitol. The campus is conveniently located within the Strawberry Square complex, close to many state associations and businesses.
Programs and services of the School of Medicine, the Maurice H. Kornberg School of Dentistry, the School of Pharmacy, the College of Health Professions, and Temple University Hospital are at the Health Sciences Center. Buildings and facilities, covering some 20 acres, extend to either side of North Broad Street from Allegheny Avenue to above Tioga Street.
The Maurice H. Kornberg School of Dentistry is located at 3223 North Broad Street. The College of Health Professions' lecture rooms and laboratory and the School of Pharmacy are located at 3307 N. Broad Street. The College of Health Professions' Office of the Dean and department offices are located in Jones Hall.
Many of the facilities of the School of Medicine, including the Medical School Library and Temple University Hospital, are located on North Broad Street between Ontario and Tioga Streets. The School of Podiatric Medicine, part of the Health Sciences Center, is located at 8th and Race Streets.
Each of the schools and colleges located at the Health Sciences Center offers student and academic services. For a specific program or service of the undergraduate schools, please inquire at the Office of the Dean. For information about the schools of Medicine and Dentistry, contact their respective dean's offices.