1961: Established the Consortium of local authorities in support of the " University of Teramo Libera Università” with the introduction of the first degree courses in "Law" "Interpreting and Foreign Languages".
1963: Approved the consortium of the Libera Università of the Abruzzo region.
1964: Approved the Interprovincial Consortium of Chieti, Pescara and Teramo.
1965: Established the Libera Università degli Studi "Gabriele d'Annunzio" with the affiliation of a Law Course held in Teramo.
1969: Established The Faculty of Political Science.
1980: Establishment of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine in collaboration with the University of Bologna.
1982: the Libera Università “Gabriele d'Annunzio” University becomes a State University.
1989: Established The Faculty of Veterinary Medicine.
1993: Establishment of The University of Teramo independently from "Gabriele d'Annunzio" University by the Ministerial Decree and recognized as a State University with degree courses in Law, Political Science and Veterinary Medicine.
1997: Established the degree course in "Communication Science", the nucleus of the future Faculty of Communication Science.
1998: Inauguration of the first building on “Coste Sant'Agostino” Campus which hosts the Faculty of Law.
1998: Inaugurated The Faculty of Agriculture, which in 2013, is named Faculty of Bioscience and agro-food Environmental Technology.
1999: Introduced the Specialization Course in ""Reproductive Biotechnologies".
2000: Established the University “ Language Centre”.
2002: Establishment of the Faculty of Communication Science.
2003: Inauguration of the second building on “Coste Sant'Agostino” Campus which hosts the Faculty of Political Science and Communication Science.
2008: Beginning of construction of the University Veterinary Teaching Hospital.
2010: The Faculty of Veterinary Medicine is accredited by 'EAEVE” (European Association of Establishments for Veterinary Education).
2013: Inauguration of the University Teaching Veterinary Hospital located in Piano D'Accio, Teramo.
2014: The two Bachelor (three year) Degree courses and a Master (two year) Degree in "Food Science and Technology" are the first to receive, at an international level, the European accreditation, according to the EQAS scheme- Food Award (European Quality Assurance for Food Studies Programme).
2015: Two Master Degree courses in English "Reproductive Biotechnologies" and "Management and Business Communication" were activated.