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Tradition. Distinction. Innovation. Since 1918, the Fox School of Business at Temple University has a distinguished tradition of preparing business leaders, professionals and entrepreneurs for successful careers. It is the largest, most comprehensive business school in the greater Philadelphia region and is accredited by the Association to Advance the Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).

 

Thoroughly committed to providing student-centered education and professional development relevant to today’s digital, global economy — the Fox School integrates technology into the curriculum and classroom, and encourages entrepreneurship and innovation throughout its programs.

Fox is a big school—but the focus is on each individual student. Students come from around the world to study at Fox’s well-regarded undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral programs because of the school’s excellent reputation for educating tomorrow’s business leaders.

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. Alter Hall opened in 2009, and we expanded into a newly renovated 1810 Liacouras Walk building in 2018.  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, labtop and wardrobe lockers, breakout rooms, computer labs, lecture halls, auditoriums, and the Capital Markets Trading Room.    

Visit us virtuallyhttps://www.youvisit.com/tour/temple

Temple is located in historic Philadelphia, PA, the birthplace of the U.S. Philadelphia is the fifth-largest city in the U.S. and an international center of education, commerce, and culture. The city is strategically located for corporate partnerships in a hub of the financial, information technology, and pharmaceutical industries. The region is home to major corporations and Fortune 500 companies, including Comcast, AmerisourceBergen, DuPont, and Sunoco.

Philadelphia is a fantastic place to study, work, and play. Discover the City of Brotherly Love. temple.edu 

On a daily basis, you can choose from an eclectic array of cultural, athletic and social activities, such as student-run clubs, community-service projects, athletic events and musical performances. These activities aren't simply time fillers. They're also opportunities to meet fellow students and expand your personal and professional networks. temple.edu 

Diversity, equity and inclusion are also an important part of our vibrant culture. The Fox and STHM Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Council (DEI) advocates for the integration of diversity, equity and inclusion in all aspects of our workforce, student body, curricula, operations and culture. We are committed to creating an environment built on transparency, trust and respect by valuing differences, encouraging meaningful discourse and hearing all perspectives from our community.

Temple operates on rolling admissions meaning that we review applications as they are received. 

Fall deadlines: Dec 15th (Early admissions deadline), March 1st (Scholarship and international student deadline), June 30th (Final deadline - domestic applicants only)

Spring Deadlines: August 1st, November 1st (Final Deadline)

Link to Application instructionshttps://www.fox.temple.edu/apply/ 

The Center for Student Professional Development (CSPD), is a vital link between Fox School students and the business community. Through an integrated professional development program, unparalleled customer service, and in-depth knowledge of employer needs, CSPD prepares Fox students for the business world and provides recruiters with diverse and professionally polished management talent.

https://www.fox.temple.edu/institutes-centers/center-for-student-professional-development/

About

Tradition. Distinction. Innovation. Since 1918, the Fox School of Business at Temple University has a distinguished tradition of preparing business leaders, professionals and entrepreneurs for successful careers. It is the largest, most comprehensive business school in the greater Philadelphia region and is accredited by the Association to Advance the Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).

 

Thoroughly committed to providing student-centered education and professional development relevant to today’s digital, global economy — the Fox School integrates technology into the curriculum and classroom, and encourages entrepreneurship and innovation throughout its programs.

Fox is a big school—but the focus is on each individual student. Students come from around the world to study at Fox’s well-regarded undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral programs because of the school’s excellent reputation for educating tomorrow’s business leaders.

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. Alter Hall opened in 2009, and we expanded into a newly renovated 1810 Liacouras Walk building in 2018.  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, labtop and wardrobe lockers, breakout rooms, computer labs, lecture halls, auditoriums, and the Capital Markets Trading Room.    

Visit us virtuallyhttps://www.youvisit.com/tour/temple

Temple is located in historic Philadelphia, PA, the birthplace of the U.S. Philadelphia is the fifth-largest city in the U.S. and an international center of education, commerce, and culture. The city is strategically located for corporate partnerships in a hub of the financial, information technology, and pharmaceutical industries. The region is home to major corporations and Fortune 500 companies, including Comcast, AmerisourceBergen, DuPont, and Sunoco.

Philadelphia is a fantastic place to study, work, and play. Discover the City of Brotherly Love. temple.edu 

On a daily basis, you can choose from an eclectic array of cultural, athletic and social activities, such as student-run clubs, community-service projects, athletic events and musical performances. These activities aren't simply time fillers. They're also opportunities to meet fellow students and expand your personal and professional networks. temple.edu 

Diversity, equity and inclusion are also an important part of our vibrant culture. The Fox and STHM Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Council (DEI) advocates for the integration of diversity, equity and inclusion in all aspects of our workforce, student body, curricula, operations and culture. We are committed to creating an environment built on transparency, trust and respect by valuing differences, encouraging meaningful discourse and hearing all perspectives from our community.

Temple operates on rolling admissions meaning that we review applications as they are received. 

Fall deadlines: Dec 15th (Early admissions deadline), March 1st (Scholarship and international student deadline), June 30th (Final deadline - domestic applicants only)

Spring Deadlines: August 1st, November 1st (Final Deadline)

Link to Application instructionshttps://www.fox.temple.edu/apply/ 

The Center for Student Professional Development (CSPD), is a vital link between Fox School students and the business community. Through an integrated professional development program, unparalleled customer service, and in-depth knowledge of employer needs, CSPD prepares Fox students for the business world and provides recruiters with diverse and professionally polished management talent.

https://www.fox.temple.edu/institutes-centers/center-for-student-professional-development/

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Alter Hall, 1801 Liacouras Walk, Philadelphia, US,

Alter Hall , Philadelphia , Pennsylvania , United States , 19122

1515 Market Street, Philadelphia, US,

1515 Market Street , Philadelphia , Pennsylvania , United States , 19102

401 Commerce Drive, Fort Washington, US,

401 Commerce Drive , Fort Washington , Pennsylvania , United States , 19034

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