Temple University Center City

Temple University Center City is the adult and continuing education destination in Center City. Surrounded by the home offices of major national corporations and just across the street from City Hall, Temple Center City is also near most of the city's cultural and entertainment resources. Temple Center City's goal is to serve the adult learning needs of area corporations and their employees and to provide enrichment through community education opportunities for Philadelphia area residents.

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Returning to School

photo of students in a computer labIt's easier than you think. Temple University Center City specializes in high quality adult and continuing education programs tailored to the needs of working adults. more >

Veterans Resources

photo of veterans greetingAdmissions, applying for benefits, academic credit evaluations and more.  Temple University is primed to provide comprehensive adult learning education services and support for veterans. more >

Meeting and Training Space

photo of meeting and training spaceClassrooms, conference rooms, and computer labs in a range of capacities are available for organizational meetings or training. Temple Center City offers a convenient location and professional quality at affordable rates. more >



Temple Center City Renovations

Lobby Renovation.



July 2014 Renovations to the entrance and lobby of the Temple Center City campus completed. 6th floor renovations begin. More information.

August 4, 2014 Last day to withdraw from a Summer 2014 (session 2) course

August 16th, 2014 Summer 2014 (session 2) and XSU classes end.

August 20, 2014 Temple Center City Information Session. 5 PM until 6:30 PM. Sign up.

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TUCC Credit Course Listing

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What's New at TUCC


Graduates of the Community Development program will be prepared to tackle the challenges of the community development worker in the 21st century, specifically how to empower culturally, economically, or geographically disadvantaged communities to address inequalities and improve their long-term social, economic, and environmental sustainability. In addition to working directly with community stakeholders, graduates will be prepared to serve as the critical link between communities, local governments, and state and federal programs  in various positions including community organizing, nonprofit organizations, private foundations, community development corporations, community investment specialists within banks and regional community development offices of the Federal Reserve Bank.


The concept of an ecologically-based planning program involves placing a greater emphasis on the physical sciences than is found in most US planning programs. Our program is in a unique position to pursue this approach given our close relationship with the Center for Sustainable Communities which provides students opportunities to financially support their studies and gain valuable experience by working on ecologically-based research and service projects.  Faculty involvement in the Center’s research also yields rich case studies for classroom and studio projects.














































































































































- become a more effective educator
  - improve student learning outcomes
  - enhance your career by earning a graduate-level    certificate from Temple University
  - network with other educators
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National Park Service Pro Ranger Certificate Program

An academic and technical skills training and paid internship program administered by the National Park Service and Temple University. The program was established to recruit, train and employ law enforcement rangers, Upon graduation from Temple University and successfully completing the program, participants are placed in a permanent career tenure law enforcement park ranger position. More information >>

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