President Richard Englert also presented a report on Temple's relationship with the community.
City Council could approve two new Licenses and Inspections offices in rapidly developing areas.
The renovated space will increase privacy for students and counselors.
After relocating for zoning rules and construction, some truck owners reported more business.
The committee approved the rest of the school’s planned renovations.
The meeting was held over the phone because of a snowstorm that hit Philadelphia on Tuesday.
Temple’s Project Delivery Group has not worked on the stadium “for months.”
The ground will be broken for Cristo Rey High School later this year.
The center will focus on combating opioid addiction among pregnant women.
On Main and Health Sciences campuses, several schools have ongoing or planned projects.