Temple University

Temple University was originally founded in 1884 as "Temple College". The school was re-named Temple University in 1907 and has evolved into a comprehensive public research university. Temple University has nearly 40,000 students who are able to choose from 9 campuses and over 300 academic degree programs. Temple’s 186-acre campus in suburban Ambler offers programs in community and regional planning, horticulture, landscape architecture and others. At the school's Fort Washington, Harrisburg and Center City Philadelphia locations, students can take a wide variety of undergraduate, graduate and non-credit courses. Temple also boasts a large and robust study abroad program with campuses in Rome and Tokyo, programs in London, Beijing, Paris, Mumbai and other sites.