Convenience and accessibility are two of the benefits that draw people to Temple. Our nine distinct campuses offer an array of diverse learning environments—from urban to suburban and local to international—that are sure to fit your needs, schedule and personality.
Temple's bustling Main Campus crackles with energy, thanks to its location in the heart of Philadelphia, numerous new building projects and the 10,000 students who now live on or around our increasingly residential campus. Here, on- and off-campus activities abound, including more than 300 student organizations, Division I sporting events, and nearby restaurants, shops and entertainment.
Beloved by generations of Temple students for its scenic beauty and nationally acclaimed gardens, Temple University Ambler (TUA) fosters a close-knit community of students and faculty. Ambler students enjoy the full range of services that the suburban campus of a world-class university provides. Learn more about our Ambler campus.
Temple University Center City (TUCC) offers the ideal learning environment for adult and continuing-education students who must often balance the demands of a career, family and school. Surrounded by the home offices of major national corporations and just across the street from Philadelphia's City Hall. Additionally, TUCC is near many of the city's cultural and entertainment resources. Classes are offered primarily in the evenings and on weekends. Learn more about TUCC.
Our newest campus, Temple University Fort Washington (TUFW) meets the needs of part-time, evening and weekend graduate students and working professionals. The campus offers free parking and is located near major highways. Hundreds of noncredit courses in professional development and personal enrichment also are offered here. Learn more about our Fort Washington campus.
Course schedules at Temple University Harrsiburg (TUH) cater to busy adults pursuing graduate degree programs, certificate programs and professional development opportunities. Most classes are offered in the evenings or on weekends. The campus is conveniently located in the Strawberry Square complex in downtown Harrisburg, close to many businesses. Learn more about our Harrisburg campus.
This campus was the first ever developed specifically for podiatric education and treatment. The complex includes student housing, educational facilities and the comprehensive Foot and Ankle Institute, all just steps away from Philadelphia’s historic and entertainment attractions. Learn more about Temple's School of Podiatric Medicine.
Health Sciences Center
Step onto the Health Sciences Center (HSC) and be immersed in the future of healthcare. Home to four of Temple's medical-related schools and colleges, as well as the nationally ranked Temple University Hospital, HSC is a hub of academic, clinical and research activities.
The Temple "T" flies proudly over this campus, which is the oldest and largest foreign university in Japan. Temple University Japan (TUJ) takes pride in the top-quality, English-language education it offers. It also provides a unique opportunity for thousands of students from nearly 60 countries to earn American undergraduate and graduate degrees. Learn more about TUJ.
Housed in a historic, light-filled villa on the banks of the Tiber River, Temple Rome immerses students in the richness of Italian culture. An eclectic faculty, frequent field trips, small class sizes and internship opportunities provide students with an unforgettable study-abroad experience. Learn more about life at Temple Rome.