With personal attention, small class sizes and access to all of the resources that a large research university has to offer, Temple University Center City is the perfect place to take charge of your future! Flexible scheduling means students can the select the schedule that is right for them — day or evening classes, weekend, or online.

A variety of students call Temple Center City their home. We are here to meet your needs whether you are interested in starting a degree or finishing one! TUCC offers a variety of graduate, undergraduate and certificate programs for individuals looking to advance their career or make a career change!

Degree Programs

Students returning to college may take a limited number of courses as a non-matriculated student (a non-matriculated student is one who has not yet been accepted for admission to the University).  In order to register, you must see an academic advisor from the Office of Continuing Studies.  At the Center City campus, students should set up an appointment with our Academic and Student Services Coordinator at or call 215-204-4358.  We are always happy to provide you with information about the academic programs offered at Temple Center City.

Learn more about Graduate Degrees at TUCC.

Learn more about Undergraduate Degrees at TUCC.

Adult Learners

Returning to school may be easier than you think at Temple University Center City.  Our campus has served working adult students since 1973 with undergraduate and graduate classes. Most classes are offered during the evening or on weekends. In addition, the Center City campus offers a number of professional development programs and certification tracks in real estate, project management and more. Learn more about getting started.

General Student Information

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Multimedia Urban Reporting Lab

Sponsored by the Klein College of Media and Communication and located at Temple Center City, the Multimedia Urban Reporting Lab (MURL) at Temple University is a fully functioning newsroom featuring  access to the AP wire, digital recorders, video equipment and wireless networking. PhiladelphiaNeighborhoods is a publication of MURL and is the cornerstone of the Department of Journalism’s mission to better tell stories in the undercovered and underserved neighborhoods of Philadelphia. Students tell the stories that represent the diverse voices of the multicultural and multinational Philadelphia neighborhoods. Learn more about the Multimedia Urban Reporting Lab.

Pennsylvania Innocence Project

The Center City campus is the home base for the Pennsylvania Innocence Project, a collaboration between the Beasley School of Law and Philadelphia’s legal community. The Pennsylvania Innocence Project works to exonerate those convicted of crimes they did not commit and to prevent innocent people from being convicted. The Pennsylvania Innocence Project has a four-fold mission to: secure the exoneration, release from imprisonment, and restoration to society of persons who are innocent and have been wrongly convicted; provide clinical training and experience to students in the fields of law, journalism, criminal justice, and forensic science; collaborate with law enforcement agencies and the courts to address systemic causes of wrongful convictions; and strengthen and improve the effectiveness of the criminal justice system in Pennsylvania through public education and advocacy. Learn more about the Pennsylvania Innocence Project.