TEMPLE, Texas (Jan. 24, 2022) – Classes and other campus activities have resumed following a power outage today (Monday, Jan. 24) on the Temple College main campus.

The power outage, which affected all buildings on the main campus in Temple, occurred at approximately 9 a.m. Classes were temporarily postponed until utility crews could assess and fix the issue. The Temple College community was alerted via Leopard Alert as well as via Temple College’s official Twitter and Facebook pages.

At approximately 10 a.m., power was restored to campus and the Temple College community was alerted via the above mentioned channels that classes and other campus activities would resume as scheduled throughout the day.

Members of the Temple College community should be sure to sign up for Leopard Alert with their campus ID on the Leopard Alert website.

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Temple College is a comprehensive community college offering an array of educational opportunities. Founded 1926, Temple College has enjoyed an excellent academic reputation for more than 90 years, and is nationally recognized for excellence in its programs from the visual and performing arts to competitive athletics, and has become one of the premiere institutions in the state for education and training of health care providers. The faculty and staff are committed to providing exceptional quality instruction.

Temple College is friendly, convenient and economical for students residing in Central Texas. Both day and evening classes are available at the campus in Temple and classes also are available in Hutto and Taylor. Online classes provide the opportunity to learn at any time or any place, 24/7. The college experience is enhanced by a variety of student services ranging from open computer labs and online tutoring to the latest technology in the classroom and personal attention from faculty and staff. Other opportunities for enrichment are provided through student organizations and activities, cultural and athletic events, forums and workshops.