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					Temple University

 By: Dominic Marano
      Section 25
                              History
Temple University was founded in 1884, chartered as Temple College in
1888 and incorporated as Temple
    University in 1907. In 1965, by the Act of the Legislature of the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Temple
     University became a state-related institution in the Commonwealth
System of Higher Education. It is located
      in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.


       Temple University is the 36th largest university in the United States.
It also has the third largest professional
      (law, dentistry, medicine, pharmacy, and podiatric medicine)
program in the country.
                Campuses
•   Main Campus
•   Health Sciences Campus (HSC)
•   Temple University Center City (TUCC)
•   Temple University Ambler (TUA), PA
•   Tyler School of Art Elkins Park, PA
  Temple University Schools and
           Colleges
• Ambler College                  • School of Medicine
• College of Allied Health        •          Esther Boyer College
  Professions                       of Music
• Fox School of Business and      •          School of Pharmacy
  Management                      •          School of Podiatric
•          School of                Medicine
  Communications and Theater      •          College of Science
•          School of Dentistry      and Technology
•          College of Education   •          School of Social
•          College of               Administration
  Engineering                     •            Health Studies
•          Beasley School of        Department
  Law                             •          School of Tourism
•          College of Liberal       and Hospitality Management
  Arts                            •          Tyler School of Art
                   Temple Territory
Temple University has over 30,000 students. Temple's Main Campus covers 114
   acres in North Philadelphia. The Health Sciences Center, which includes
   Temple University Hospital, the School of Medicine, School of Dentistry,
     School of Pharmacy, and College of Allied Health Professions, is located
   two miles north of the Main Campus. The
     Ambler Campus is situated on 186 acres of rolling fields in suburban
   Montgomery County. Temple has two other
     Philadelphia area campuses--The Tyler School of Art and Temple
   University Center City, which also offers
     continuing education and cultural programs as well as academic courses.
   The University opened its Harrisburg
     Center in 1987. The Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine,
   formerly the Pennsylvania College of Podiatric
     Medicine (PCPM), joined Temple University on July 1, 1998.
                         Enrollment


Excluding
 Japan
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