College launching new initiative to meet needs that may keep students from succeeding

Temple College is starting a new initiative to help students overcome non-academic barriers that may be keeping them from completing college
By Ellen Davis | 

College offers job matching portal for students, employers

Temple College is offering a free resource designed to match students with prospective employers.
By Ellen Davis | 

Fall art show opens Sept. 22

An exhibition featuring works by Jeffie Brewer will be on display in the gallery of the Temple College Visual Arts Complex beginning Saturday, Sept. 22.
By Ellen Davis |  Visual Arts

Area high school and college students invited to enter 39th annual Central Texas Art Competition

Students from colleges and high schools in Central Texas are invited to submit entries for the 39th annual Central Texas Art Competition and Exhibition.
By Ellen Davis |  Visual Arts

Dental Hygiene program announces fall 2018 screening dates for prospective patients

The Temple College Dental Hygiene Program will conduct free dental screenings for prospective fall 2018 patients beginning Monday, Sept 10., in the Jean and Ralph Wilson Dental Hygiene Clinic.
By Ellen Davis | 

College announces summer 2018 honor lists

Temple College has announced its honor lists for summer 2018
By Ellen Davis |  Student Success

College offering classes on basic home maintenance

Local residents will have a chance to learn a variety of basic home maintenance skills in a series of four classes that will be offered for the first time this fall by the Temple College Business and Continuing Education Division.
By Ellen Davis | 

TBI students to present summer research projects Aug. 7

Twelve area high school and college students who conducted research this summer as part of the Texas Bioscience Institute’s Middle College program will present their research on Tuesday, Aug. 7.
By Ellen Davis | 
Dr. Bill Cornelius, director of the Respiratory Care program, holds the certificate Temple College received for earning the Distinguished RRT Credentialing Success Award. Also shown in the photo are (l-r) CoARC President Dr. Allen Gustin, Director of Clinical Education David Fry and Professor Pamela Riegel. 

Respiratory Care program receives national award

The Temple College Respiratory Care program has received national recognition for the percentage of its students who pass an advanced credentialing exam.
By Ellen Davis | 

Continuing education offering five health professions courses this fall

The Temple College Business and Continuing Education Division is now taking registrations for five health profession courses that will be offered this fall: Medical Billing & Coding, Phlebotomy Technician, Certified Nurse Aide, Dietary Management and EKG Technician.
By Ellen Davis | 
Representatives from UMHB and Temple College stand after signing an articulation agreement in July 2018. From left to right are Dr. John Vassar, provost and senior vice president for academic affairs at UMHB, Dr. Randy O’Rear, president of UMHB, Dr. Glenda O. Barron, president of Temple College; and Dr. Susan Guzman-Trevino interim vice president for academic affairs at Temple College. 

Temple College, UMHB sign articulation agreement

Temple College and the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor have signed an articulation agreement that will make it easier for students who complete an associate degree at Temple College to pursue a bachelor’s degree at UMHB.
By Ellen Davis | 

College begins presidential search process

Temple College will begin the search for its new president with a series of meetings for the public and the campus community the week of June 18.
By Ellen Davis | 

Two Temple College faculty members honored for outstanding work

Two Temple College faculty members have been selected to receive 2018 awards from the National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD), an organization committed to promoting and celebrating excellence in teaching, learning and leadership at community and technical colleges.
By Ellen Davis | 
Joshua Lipp with PTK Advisor Lesha Smith 

Temple College student named to 2018 All-Texas Academic Team

Temple College student Joshua Lipp has been named to the 2018 All-Texas Academic Team.
By Ellen Davis |  Student Success

College selects firm to lead presidential search

The Temple College Board of Trustees has selected the firm Gold Hill Associates to lead the search for its next president.

By Ellen Davis | 
NJCAA Softball Championship 2018 

Softball team wins national championship

The Temple College softball team capped its 20th season in style by winning its first national championship.

By Ellen Davis | 

College announces spring 2018 honor lists

Temple College has announced its honor lists for spring 2018.
By Ellen Davis |  Student Success
Claudia Turner with students in the Nursing Education Center. 

Nursing professor named 2018 Teacher of the Year

Claudia Turner, a professor of nursing at Temple College, has been selected to receive the school’s 2018 Claudia and W.T. Barnhart Teacher of the Year Award.
By Ellen Davis | 
Commencement 2018 

College recognizes 2017-2018 graduates

Temple College recognized nearly 900 students who earned degrees and/or certificates during 2017-2018 at its 2018 commencement ceremony May 12.
By Ellen Davis |  Student Success
Brittany Fossum 

Health professions programs announce 2018 award winners

The health professions programs at Temple College presented more than 20 awards in May to members of their graduating classes.
By Ellen Davis |  Student Success
Temple College had a total of eight players named to 2018 All-Conference teams. 

Softball players, coach sweep 2018 All-Conference honors

Temple College scored a clean sweep as the North Texas Junior College Athletic Conference (NTJCAC) announced its 2018 All-Conference Softball Team.
By Ellen Davis | 
cover of Michael Donahue new book 

Temple College professor publishes second book on George A. Custer

Temple College professor Michael Donahue Is drawing from materials he has gathered over the past 45 years to publish his second book on George A. Custer and the Battle of Little Bighorn. The book is titled Where the Rivers Ran Red – The Indian Fights of George A. Custer.
By Ellen Davis |  Visual Arts

Trustees set tuition and fees for 2018-2019

The new rates for tuition and fees will be $99 per semester credit hour for in-district students, $172 per semester credit hour for out-of-district students, and $252 per semester credit hour for out-of-state and international students.
By Ellen Davis |  News
English faculty members who are among the founding members of the new Temple College chapter of Sigma Kappa Delta include (l-r) Kimberly George, Nick Kocurek and Dr. Christopher Krejci, 

Temple College receives charter for English honor society


Temple College has received a charter to have a chapter of Sigma Kappa Delta, the English honor society for two-year colleges. Seven faculty members and five students have been inducted into the chapter as founding members.

By Ellen Davis |  Student Success
Silver Cording Ceremony 2018 

Temple College recognizes 89 students completing the TBI Middle College program

Temple College has recognized 89 area high school students who are completing its Texas Bioscience Institute (TBI) Middle College program in 2018.
By Ellen Davis |  Student Success

Temple College issues RFQ for presidential search firm

Temple College has issued an RFQ for a firm to assist with its upcoming presidential search. The deadline to submit proposals is April 25, 2018.
By Ellen Davis | 

Honor society inducts 45 new members

Forty-five Temple College students were inducted March 30, 2018 into the Lambda Theta Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa (PTK), the international honor society for students in two-year colleges.
By Ellen Davis | 
The Temple Junior College yearbook, known as the Templar, was published between 1927 and 1980. 

Temple College yearbooks now available online

A recently completed project will make it easier for those who would like to relive memories of their years at Temple Junior College (now Temple College) or who have an interest in the college’s history.
By Ellen Davis | 
Career Coach Annette Hedderly works with a student in the Career Counseling Center. 

Career counseling moves to new location

Temple College’s career counseling service, which started in fall 2017, has moved to a more convenient location.
By Ellen Davis | 
J.R. Adams 

Basketball players earn All-Conference honors

Eight Temple College basketball players earned 2017-18 season honors from the North Texas Junior College Athletic Conference (NTJCAC).
By Ellen Davis |  Student Success