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Temple University (Temple or TU) is a public state-related research university in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It was founded in 1884 by the Baptist minister Russell Conwell and his congregation Grace Baptist Church of Philadelphia then called Baptist Temple. On May 12, 1888, it was renamed the Temple College of Philadelphia. By 1907, the institution had revised its institutional status and been incorporated as a research university.

As of 2020, about 37,289 undergraduate, graduate and professional students were enrolled at the university. Temple is among the world’s largest providers of professional education, preparing the largest body of professional practitioners in Pennsylvania.
Temple University was founded in 1884 by Grace Baptist Church of Philadelphia and its pastor Russell Conwell, a Yale-educated lawyer, orator, and ordained Baptist minister, who had served in the Union Army during the American Civil War. Conwell came to Pennsylvania in 1882 to lead the Grace Baptist Church of Philadelphia while he began tutoring working class citizens late at night to accommodate their work schedules. These students, later dubbed “night owls”, were taught in the basement of Conwell’s Baptist Temple (hence the origin of the university’s name and mascot).

The Grace Baptist Church of Philadelphia quickly grew popular within the North Philadelphia area. When the board of trustees conducted its first meeting they named Russell H. Conwell president of “The Temple College.” Grace Baptist Church appointed a new board of trustees within the following months, printed official admissions files, and issued stock to raise funds for new teaching facilities. The church provided classrooms, and teachers, and financed the school in its early years. The church and Conwell’s desire was “to give education to those who were unable to get it through the usual channels”.

In addition to the congregational giving and supporting the college, Conwell used the income from his “Acres of Diamonds” speech to fund Temple as a place where working-class Philadelphians might receive higher education.

Philadelphia granted a charter in 1888 to establish “The Temple College of Philadelphia”, but the city refused to grant authority to award academic degrees. By 1888, the enrollment of the college was nearly 600. It was in 1907 that Temple College revised its institutional status and incorporated as a university. Legal recognition as a university enhanced Temple in noticeable ways including its reputation, professional and graduate programs, overall enrollment, and financial support.

Over time, Temple expanded. The Grace Baptist Church of Philadelphia also founded Samaritan Hospital, and Garretson Hospitals, a medical school was added, and Temple merged with the Philadelphia Dental College. After the merger, Temple officially reincorporated as Temple University on December 12, 1907.

In 1954, Temple University agreed to terms to purchase 11½ acres of the adjacent Monument Cemetery and repurpose it for athletic fields and a parking lot. Families of the deceased claimed about 8,000 of the 28,000 bodies on the site and the rest were moved to an unmarked mass grave at Lawnview Memorial Park. Many of the remaining headstones from the cemetery, including a monument to George Washington and Marquis de Lafayette, were used as riprap for the Betsy Ross Bridge, some of which can be still be seen at low tide.