Temple University has a well-known history of success. But more than that, Temple's reputation as a contemporary leader and a dynamic force in the region, nation, and world allow it to continually transform opportunities of the present into accomplishments of the future.

With 100 undergraduate programs on nine campuses — including locations in Rome and Tokyo — Temple students have an array of opportunities at their fingertips. Whether attending classes on campus or online, the blend of real-world experience with a dynamic educational atmosphere propels graduates to successful careers in any field.

Not only can students expect a stellar educational experience at Temple, but also one that comes at an increasingly competitive value. Alongside an undergraduate base tuition and mandatory fee rate that has been frozen for 2012-2013, our allotted financial aid has increased by 10%. All this coupled with a $113 million operating budget reduction since 2010 and a $100 million campaign for new scholarships in the next five years.

In addition to our classroom efforts, learning at Temple takes place across our campus and community. Thanks to over 14,000 students volunteering over 65,000 hours of their time to the Philadelphia community, Temple has been named to the Presidential Honor Roll for Community Service for the X year in a row. Such engagement in the community makes a Temple education an unparalleled lesson in real-world community building.