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Temple University is:

  • The twenty-eighth largest university in the United States
  • The fifth largest provider of professional education in the United States
  • Fourth out of the 25 most connected campuses in the United States, according to The Princeton Review (2004)
  • The fifteenth most wired campus, according to PC Magazine (2006)

Temple's College of Liberal Arts:

  • Provides the largest source of instruction at Temple, holding nearly 29% of all course seats for the 37,367 students university-wide
  • Is the second largest college at Temple, with over 5,646 full-time equivalent majors, 16 masters programs, and 13 Ph.D. programs
  • Has over $52 million in its operating budget and over $16 million in external funding
  • Has the resources to provide state-of-the-art technology to faculty, staff and students

The College of Liberal Arts Information Technology Department:

  • Offers cutting-edge technology and resources for students, faculty and staff
  • Manages 81 technology-enabled "smart" classrooms, more than 548 computer stations in both laboratory and classroom settings, and a wireless network with 100% coverage in all CLA spaces
  • Provides crucial support by combining expertise and innovation to maintain Temple as one of the nation's most technology-driven universities


The College of Liberal Arts IT department has numerous projects in various stages of development created specifically for student intern input. The internships provide invaluable hands-on experience in a wide range of disciplines. Students work directly with CLA IT staff as well as faculty in a professional work environment with the opportunity to tailor projects to their individual strengths and interests.

Broad Area Projects

  • College/Department Awareness and Promotion - increase awareness of College and IT department as well as web and campus presence through implementation of student photography, video, and writing
  • Website Development and Design - update and streamline current College/IT Department websites through implementation of writing and creative web design
  • Building and Classroom Management and Design - redevelopment of current classrooms and space utilization; plan and design all aspects of potential building expansion and renovation plans

The College of Liberal Arts is currently seeking applicants for internships that will begin in the Spring 2012 semester. The internships are term-based and for course credit if desired.

We are currently seeking internships in the following areas:

For applicants seeking course credit, we require a time commitment of approximately 140 hours. This is equivalent to 20 hours per week during a seven-week summer session or 10 hours per week during a fall, spring or summer-long semester.

If you are interested in applying for an internship within the College of Liberal Arts IT department, please fill out an application (PDF). E-mail your completed application, your resume, and a copy of your portfolio or a minimum of four samples to CLA IT internships.


The following students have successfully completed the internship program in the College of Liberal Arts IT department:

  • Emily Knauss, Architecture, Spring 2011
  • Jeffrey Pelcheck, Architecture, Spring 2011
  • Temitayo Fasusi, Architecture, Spring 2011
  • Michael Farinella, Architecture, Spring 2011
  • Cory Slahta, Architecture, Spring 2011
  • Salina D'Onofrio, Digital Photographer, Spring 2010
  • Rachel Helinski, Copywriter, Spring 2010
  • Meghan Flynn, Copywriter, Fall 2009


Last updated Monday, November 14, 2011

Temple University
College of Liberal Arts
Information Technology
AL-21 Anderson Hall
1114 West Berks Street
Philadelphia, PA 19122-6090
Phone: 215-204-3213
Fax: 215-204-5440
Email: clait@temple.edu