Temple University, one of the Nation’s largest four-year schools, offers numerous academic, research and student life opportunities and is particularly well known for its high-quality professional education options.
With its main campus in Philadelphia, Temple also has several other campuses throughout Pennsylvania.
At Temple there is no shortage of academics, with over 300 academic programs leading to bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees.
Graduating many students from its professional education schools, Temple is a leader in producing, doctors, lawyers, dentists, architects and pharmacists.
Temple’s other highly regarded programs include business, communications, education, art, music and science.
Research is also a central part of the Temple experience. Research centers at Temple include those devoted to aging, biostatistics, Jewish history, obesity and many others.
At Temple the student life abounds with opportunities. Over 200 student organizations, a student newspaper, a student-run radio station and a variety of arts entertainment opportunities find their home at Temple.
Temple is highly selective in its admissions of undergraduate students, with its admissions criteria for graduate students also selective but differing from one department to another.
Financial aid is available through numerous sources such as loans, grants and scholarships to eligible students.
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