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If you plan on going to Temple University make sure you have a plan for transportation. The city of Philadelphia is always busy. Therefore, traffic and parking can interfere with getting to class on time. The good news is that if you live off campus there is a train station that stops right at Temple. Not only is taking the train cheaper than living on campus, but it also extinguishes the worry of traffic and parking. Another tip for prospective students is to try to have an idea of what major you want to claim before getting accepted. It becomes increasingly more difficult to stay focused at a University especially if you are just taking classes to go through the motions as they say. Having a major in mind will help you stay focused and better understand the career path you want to follow.» Read More
You will love Temple. Like I said before, Temple is super diverse. If you find something you don't like, there are many other things that you can find to satisfy whatever you need. Everyone accepts each other at TU. If you don't fit in with a group of people, there are always others out there who will take you as you are. Even the education is diverse. You'll love it at Temple !!» Read More