Since 1966 Temple University Rome has proudly been housed in the stately Villa Caproni, a building along the banks of the Tiber River, just north of Piazza del Popolo. As a satellite campus of Temple University in Philadelphia, PA, Temple University Rome has evolved into one of the longest-standing and most prestigious American study abroad programs in Italy.
A dynamic center for the arts, history, politics, and culture, it has become a launching pad for creating global connections for students, alumni and friends, as well as a meeting space for Italians, Americans and visitors from around the globe. Whether you are a current undergraduate student looking to explore Rome’s rich history and culture, a prospective Italian student interested in an American university education, or someone looking to continue their lifelong love of knowledge, Temple University Rome stands poised and ready to empower you to excel.
Temple Rome is always evolving; from its roots as a simple study abroad program we continue to grow into a broader global campus, with facilities to host faculty doing research, conferences, events and much more.