Temple's campuses are easily accessible no matter how you choose to get to school, giving you the flexibility to take classes if you work full time or commute to campus.  

The university's Office of Campus Operations provides a shuttle that makes stops to five destinations and routinely updates schedules for shuttles heading to and from

For graduate students who commute via car, there are 11 parking lots on Temple’s Main Campus that offer safe, economic spaces on a daily, weekly or monthly basis. All students, faculty and staff can sign up for parking using the TU Parking Account system, or by visiting the Office of Parking Services located on the first floor of Temple’s Montgomery Garage location.

Public Transportation

Temple’s Main Campus can be easily accessed by SEPTA, Philadelphia’s public transportation system. Some of the public transportation options include the

  • bus, using the No. 4 or No. 16, which run north and south along Broad Street, or the No. 3, which runs east and west along Cecil B. Moore Avenue between 33rd Street and the Frankford Transportation Center;
  • subway, using the Broad Street Line (also known as the Orange Line due to the color of the cars) and exiting at the Cecil B. Moore station; and
  • regional rail, taking it to the Temple University station, which is located at 10th and Berks streets, or the North Broad Street station, which is located at Broad Street and West Huntingdon Street.

You can also use Amtrak to access Main Campus at the North Philadelphia station, located at Broad Street and Glenwood Avenue.

Woman standing in front of a subway car with a Temple University logo on it.

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