Since 1966, Temple University Rome is housed in the Villa Caproni, a beautiful and historic building facing the Tiber River in the heart of Rome, an ideal setting for a study abroad center.

Just north of Piazza del Popolo, Temple Rome is conveniently located in a neighborhood that is great for exploring many areas of the city, especially the historical center. Living accommodations, the Spanish Steps and the Borghese Gardens are within short walking distance.

At its half-century mark, Temple Rome got a facelift to increase classroom space, enhance technology capabilities, and give us more and innovative flexible teaching and public spaces for the next 50 years. From a magnificent new aula magna (meeting room) for conferences and all-school gatherings, to a state-of-the-art technology center, four gleaming smart classrooms, a renovated sculpture studio, and brand-new bathroom facilities, our campus rang in her 50th with grace, style and hi-tech beauty.

Other stunning facilities include a variety of “smart”classroom spaces, well-equipped and professional studios for visual arts, printmaking, darkroom, digital photo, sculpture, painting and architecture, a computer lab and wireless Internet system, student lounges, a large and contemporary art gallery and a library which is one of the largest English language libraries in Rome with over 14,000 volumes.