Celebrating the College of Education Class of 2020

The faculty and staff at the College of Education congratulate graduates from the class of 2020 on all of your accomplishments throughout your time with us. We invite you to explore messages and remarks from your classmates, faculty, staff and alumni on this page. As you reflect on your accomplishments and time at Temple, share your own memories, your hopes for the future and what “perseverance conquers” means to you on social media using the hashtags #Temple2020, #TempleEDU, #EDU20, and #TempleMade.

College of Education Messages

While the College of Education will not gather in-person this spring for a commencement ceremony, we invite you to enjoy messages and remarks from Dean Anderson, your classmates, Stacy DiCandilo, BSEd '20, and Michelle Benns-Cook, MEd '20, and distinguished alumna, Irene Eizen, BS '70, MEd '72, EdD '95.

Welcome to the College of Education Alumni Association

The College of Education Alumni Association is proud to welcome graduates into the alumni community. Hear from Dr. Germaine Edwards as she welcomes the newest members of the college's alumni community. Learn more about how to get involved with the College of Education Alumni Association

Share Your Temple Pride

You did it! You are now a member of a tremendous network of Temple Owls located around the globe. Share your Temple pride wherever you go by downloading phone home screen wallpapers and frames for your social profile pictures. 

College of Education Future Commencement Plans

When we are able to safely gather and celebrate your achievements, we hope graduates will attend the university-wide commencement at which we will hear from our friend and fellow College of Education graduate, Donovan Forrest, EDU '20, the university’s student commencement speaker. The university will share more details on the university-wide commencement in the coming months.   

While the College of Education will not be hosting an in-person ceremony this spring, the class of 2020 is invited to attend the College of Education's May 2021 commencement, where you will have the opportunity to walk alongside your classmates as we officially celebrate the Centennial of the college and honor both our 2020 and 2021 graduates.