The Fox School of Business at Temple University has a distinguished tradition of preparing leaders, professionals, and entrepreneurs for successful careers in business. It is the largest, most comprehensive business school in the greater Philadelphia region, and among the largest in the world. Temple University’s Main Campus is home to the Fox School and Alter Hall, and offers an energetic community of students, faculty, and local culture. And the opportunities don’t stop there. The Fox School also has additional campuses abroad. See the full list of locations below.
Alter Hall, the home of the Fox School of Business, is a bridge to the future for thousands of current students and the many more who will follow. Since its doors opened in 2009, Alter Hall has symbolized the dramatic progress of the school and ushered in a new era of learning. Ever since, the Fox School has had a home that matches its growing national and international reputation. The building was the final piece of a grand puzzle that includes world-class faculty, cutting-edge research, the latest technology, and bright, ambitious students.
From the top floor of Alter Hall, you get a stunning view of the campus and Philadelphia. The glittering skyscrapers of Center City. The majestic bridges that span the Delaware River. The vibrant, culturally rich neighborhoods that make up the city. From this vantage point, you can see how each connects seamlessly to the other. It’s this same seamless connectivity that is found throughout Alter Hall, which is so much more than a building containing classrooms and offices.
When plans were first drafted for this state-of-the-art facility, the consensus was that it should be more than simply a space for classrooms and offices. It should be a place where students, faculty, and alumni could connect and collaborate. Every design element, every piece of technology, every decision regarding this building—all were made with these two themes in mind. It’s why Alter Hall offers high-tech resources and amenities such as an entrepreneurship lab, alumni and student lounges, mentor meeting rooms, nine research institutes, laptop and wardrobe lockers, breakout rooms, computer labs, lecture halls, auditoriums, and the Capital Markets Trading Room.
Through the generosity of many, many people, this building came into fruition. Numerous donors chose to support this endeavor, especially Dennis and Gisela Alter with their $15 million naming gift. They have given the Fox School a new home and have helped expand the educational opportunities available to the current and future students of the Fox School.
Temple University’s Main Campus
Temple University’s main campus is located in Philadelphia, PA, the second largest city on the east coast of the United States and an international center of education, commerce and culture. It is strategically located for corporate partnerships in a hub of the financial, information technology, medical, pharmaceutical and tourism industries.
Temple’s main campus occupies 105 acres in the heart of Philadelphia.
More than 10,000 students now live on or around an increasingly vibrant and residential main campus.
Residential and commuter students participate in 200 University-recognized student clubs and organizations, and there are more than one dozen fraternities and sororities. Temple has earned top rankings for having one of the most diverse student bodies and one of the most technologically connected campuses in the nation.
Temple University Center City (TUCC)
Temple University Center City (TUCC) is the adult education destination in Center City Philadelphia, PA. Surrounded by the home offices of major national corporations and just across the street from City Hall, TUCC is also near most of the city’s cultural and entertainment resources. TUCC’s goal is to serve the credit and continuing education needs of area corporations and their employees and to provide enrichment opportunities for Philadelphia area residents.
The Hub Commerce Square, Executive Program
Enjoy a classroom with a view toward innovation, interaction—and Center City Philadelphia, PA. The Hub Commerce Square is a state-of-the-art business and learning environment conveniently located in the heart of Philadelphia’s business district at 20th and Market Streets, close to major interstate highways, railways, public transportation, and the Philadelphia International Airport. See more information on the Fox Executive MBA program.
Temple University Harrisburg
Temple University Harrisburg is located in the heart of downtown Harrisburg, PA, the home of Pennsylvania’s state government and capitol. The campus is located within the Strawberry Square complex, close to many state associations and businesses.
The Harrisburg campus caters to the busy adult by offering a convenient evening and weekend course schedule. Outstanding Ph.D. and practitioner faculty provide outstanding educational opportunities, both on-site and at other Temple program locations in Central PA.
Temple University Ambler
Temple’s 186-acre campus in suburban Ambler offers programs in community and regional planning, horticulture, landscape architecture and others.
Temple University Rome
Established in 1966, Temple University Rome (TUR) resides in the beautiful Villa Caproni overlooking the Tiber River. TUR offers summer, single semester, or full-year programs of undergraduate full-time study in international business, architecture, visual arts, liberal arts, and Italian studies. Course work in visual arts is also available at the master’s level. Courses are taught by Temple University faculty from the University’s Main Campus in Philadelphia, as well as faculty from Italy and other European countries. Classes are supplemented with visits to points of interest in Rome and throughout Italy.
Temple University Japan
Located in Tokyo, Temple University Japan (TUJ) is the oldest and largest American college in Japan. Founded in 1982 to offer American-style higher education to Japanese students, TUJ now offers instruction to students from other countries as well. Its 1,700 students pursue undergraduate degrees in fields such as American studies, Asian studies, English, economics, general studies, history, political science, and religion. They may also take graduate courses in business administration, economics, international law, and teaching English as a second language. Nearly half its graduate students come from outside Japan.
By bringing Japanese students and students from other nations together, TUJ fosters inter-cultural understanding and educational exchange. Some come from the U.S. to join Japanese students in the undergraduate program where all courses, except for foreign language instruction, are taught in English. Courses in Japanese language and Asian Studies are conducted in English by Temple faculty from the University’s Main Campus in Philadelphia, visiting professors from other universities, and Japanese faculty. TUJ also offers graduate courses at its facility in Osaka.