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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 20,000 undergraduates and 5,000 graduate and professional school students attending classes on the Main Campus.
The Main Campus can be reached easily by public transportation using the "C" bus on Broad Street, the Broad Street Subway (Cecil B. Moore Avenue stop), AMTRAK at North Broad Street Station, and SEPTA Commuter Rail Lines at the Temple/Cecil B. Moore Station, Ninth and Berks Streets.
The major facilities of the Campus are located between 10th and 16th Streets and between Oxford and Diamond Streets. Nine Temple schools and colleges with undergraduate programs have their central administrative offices at the Main Campus, as well as most of their classrooms. These include the Richard J. Fox School of Business and Management; the School of Communications and Theater; the College of Education; the College of Liberal Arts; the Esther Boyer College of Music and Department of Dance; the College of Science and Technology; the College of Engineering; the School of Social Administration; and the School of Tourism and Hospitality Management. The Graduate School and the James E. Beasley School of Law are also located on Main Campus. Many of these schools and colleges offer programs and courses on other campuses and at various extension centers. Those offerings are described in each individual college section and are listed on the "Programs Offered" chart at www.temple.edu/bulletin/Academic_programs/chart_degrees/chart_program/chart.shtm
All of the programs listed in the chart of Temple programs are offered on the Main Campus except those of the Ambler College (Landscape Architecture, Horticulture, and Community and Regional Planning); the programs of the College of Health Professions, the Maurice H. Kornberg School of Dentistry, the School of Medicine, and the School of Pharmacy, which are offered at the Health Sciences Center only; the programs of the School of Podiatric Medicine, which are offered at 8th and Race Streets; and those of the Tyler School of Art, which are offered at the Tyler Campus.
In addition to housing the major classroom and administrative facilities of nine of the schools and colleges of Temple, the Main Campus is also the central location of the University's Library System and Computer Center. Other facilities include two stages for theatrical productions (Tomlinson Theater and Randall Theater), two music recital halls (Klein Recital Hall and Rock Hall), and a dance laboratory theater (Conwell Dance Lab).
The Main Campus is home to the Media Learning Center for the study of Critical Languages and other self-study courses and the Presser Learning Center, a nationally-known multimedia laboratory for teacher education in music. The University's 20,000-watt, 24-hour classical and jazz and radio station, WRTI-FM, is located at the Entertainment and Community Education Center, behind the Liacouras Center at 1509 Cecil B. Moore Avenue, Third Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19121-3410.
The Liacouras Center, a venue for sports, entertainment, cultural, and educational activities, consists of an 11,000-seat concert and convocation center and is home to the Temple Owls Basketball team, the Esther Boyer Theater, the Independence Blue Cross Student Recreation Center, the Entertainment and Community Education Center, and a 1,200-car garage.
The world-class TECH Center, located on 12th and Montgomery, features many technology resources available to students. The facility includes hundreds of computers, a help desk, University welcome center, faculty wing, specialty labs, an internet lounge, social spaces, and private breakout rooms for studying.
The Howard Gittis Student Center provides a modern 700-seat dining facility with a wide variety of food venues and an upscale entry atrium. The Student Center also houses the bookstore, post office, credit union, travel agency, information counter, the student newspaper, Temple Student Government Offices, Main Campus Program Board, the school yearbook, the Office of the Dean of Students, television lounge, quiet lounge and student organizational space.
Recreation facilities include a Student Fitness complex in the Independence Blue Cross Student Recreation Center; two Olympic-size swimming pools, several gymnasia, weight-training rooms, including a cardiovascular fitness center, in Pearson and McGonigle Halls; an eight-lane, 400-meter outdoor track; an indoor track in the Independence Blue Cross Student Recreation Center; a lighted outdoor recreation and sports complex that includes four acres of artificial turf and a 4,500 seat arena. The Main campus also has a student recreation facility consisting of a 39,000-square foot Student Pavilion with lighted tennis courts and an outdoor in-line skating surface.
The Tuttleman Learning Center is a hub for emerging learning technologies, with flexible classrooms, distance learning sites, student lounges, and personalized areas for small group activities, and is home to the University Writing Center, the University Honors Program, and International Programs.
Liacouras Walk, a major pedestrian way running through the center of Campus, provides retail shops, food service, and the Conwell Inn. The Academic Resource Center, Math and Science Resources Center, and the Academic Advising Centers for the College of Liberal Arts and the College of Science and Technology are located at 1810 Liacouras Walk.
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