Congratulations, Class of 2020!
The College of Liberal Arts prepares students to become innovators in all fields, across all industries. Civic-minded and globally conscious, our students and faculty are engaged in the community and care about the world. Home to more than 5,000 students across 27 departments and programs, the college combines rigorous coursework with real-world experience. Our centers and institutes tackle society’s most pressing issues and impart to our students the technological and cultural literacy needed to thrive in the global marketplace. With more than 30,000 alumni residing in Pennsylvania alone, graduates maintain their relationship with Temple as they work to address some of society’s greatest concerns.
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Discover more about our Class of 2020 graduates.
Ariana Davis ’20
Ariana is an Honors student who was president of Psychology Majors of Color and worked as a research assistant in the Child Health and Behavior Lab, which positioned her to accept a position as a lab coordinator at the University of North Carolina.Read More
Ankit Deshmukh ’20
Global Studies Major
Ankit won a Distinguished Writing Award in Global Studies, was a student representative on the search committee for a new dean of Temple Rome, interned with the Council on Foreign Relations and UPenn Think Tanks, and is graduating with a 3.99 GPA.Read More
Rehana Ramcharitar ’20
Criminal Justice and Spanish Double Major
An Honors and double major student, Rehana studied abroad in Oviedo, Spain and worked as a College of Liberal Arts peer advisor, greeting new students and helping them become acclimated to Temple during Orientation and group advising.Read More
*** summa cum laude
** magna cum laude
* cum laude
+ distinction in major
++ distinction in double major
PLEASE NOTE: As final action cannot always be taken by the time this program is published, lists of candidates and awards are only tentative. The student’s transcript is the official record of the university.