Our Campuses

The university’s 115-acre Main Campus is nestled in the heart of Philadelphia just two miles north of Center City and the satellite Temple University Center City campus. Due to Temple’s close proximity to hundreds of Philadelphia-based companies and organizations, graduate students have access to opportunities in both industry and research.

Temple University flags hang from street light poles in Center City Philadelphia.

Located minutes north of Main Campus is Temple’s Health Sciences Center, home to many of the university's professional schools and colleges, including a branch of Temple’s College of Public Health, as well as the Lewis Katz School of Medicine, Kornberg School of Dentistry, School of Pharmacy and Temple University Hospital.

A Temple University flag hands, surrounded by trees, at Ambler Campus.

Additionally, Temple’s Ambler Campus is just 45 minutes from Main Campus. Known for its beauty and historic gardens, the Ambler Campus offers a range of graduate degree and certificate programs in a suburban setting. And the Harrisburg Campus offers graduate programs for those living in the capital city.

Learn more about your options for traveling to campus.

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