At Temple, our students access the networks and opportunities that propel them on their path toward completing their degree and improving their current and future career. Whether students are taking courses online or in person, Temple’s commitment to excellence and accessibility knows no bounds.

Being a Temple Owl means having access to all of Temple’s resources. This includes access to facilities at any of our campuses with a Temple OWLcard. Temple offers learning spaces and resources that support your academic success and foster both collaborative and independent work in all fields of study.

On-campus facilities include the following.


Temple students have access to a breadth of information by using Charles Library resources from anywhere. Regardless of their location or discipline, students have access to Charles Library and the Special Collections Research Center on Main Campus.

Temple’s research and scholar programs provide students with a real-world education. Students are encouraged to learn more about Undergraduate Research and Creativity and scholarly research opportunities at Temple. Undergraduate research at Temple involves the creation and communication of new knowledge in collaboration with faculty mentors. Students in our schools and colleges engage in scholarly research, in fields as diverse as bioengineering, global studies, humanities and public relations.

Learn more about research initiatives at Temple.

Research Funding

In 2016, the National Science Foundation placed Temple University among the top 100 in terms of research expenditures, which amounted to $242 million. Learn more about the university’s research support efforts.