At Temple University Center City, your future takes center stage. Benefit from personal attention, smaller class sizes and the vast resources of a leading research university. Our flexible scheduling options, including day or evening classes, weekends and online courses, empower you to tailor your academic journey. Whether you're starting or finishing a degree, explore the diverse range of graduate, undergraduate and certificate programs designed to advance your career or facilitate a career change.

Degree Programs

Individuals returning to college have the option to enroll in a limited number of courses as a non-matriculated student (defined as one who has not yet been formally accepted for admission to the University). To initiate the registration process, consult with an academic advisor from the Office of Continuing Studies.

For students at the Center City campus, scheduling an appointment with our Assistant Director of Academic and Student Services is the next step. Reach out via email at or call 215-204-5763. We are always happy to assist you and provide detailed information about the diverse academic programs available at Temple University 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

Need information about Academic Advising at Temple Center City? Looking for Technology Center hours, Internet access or how to get your student ID? Your answers are right here!

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 Learn more about the Pennsylvania Innocence Project.