At Temple, undergraduate, graduate and professional students are empowered to be themselves, and they are an integral part of the university’s rich, diverse culture. Temple offers a breadth of resources and initiatives to meet students’ needs and ensure their well-being throughout their time here.
Ethics and Compliance
Temple’s Ethics and Compliance Office seeks to inform the university’s students, faculty and staff about the laws, rules, policies and guidance that apply to their conduct. In addition to providing resources for students to ask questions or raise concerns about ethical or compliance issues, Temple has launched the Temple University Ethics and Compliance Helpline. Learn more about Temple’s Ethics and Compliance Office.
Equal Opportunity Compliance
The Office of Equal Opportunity Compliance at Temple collaborates with the university’s schools, colleges, offices and organizations to implement Temple’s nondiscrimination policy and affirmative action program. It works to ensure equal opportunity, equal access and affirmative action through information, assistance and complaint investigation. Learn more about Temple’s Office of Equal Opportunity Compliance.
Tuttleman Counseling Services
Located on Temple’s Main Campus, Tuttleman Counseling Services provides students support for their mental health needs, including individual and group counseling, as well as specialized and psychiatric services. Through its informal, professional environment, students can access resources and feel safe and comfortable doing so. Learn more about Tuttleman Counseling Services, as well as other health and wellness resources on campus.
Disability Resources and Services
Temple University works with students, faculty and staff to ensure that facilities, information and technology it creates or provides are accessible in accordance with applicable law. You can request disability services such as assistive technology, be matched with a peer mentor, and request accommodations. Learn more about assistive resources at Temple.
Institute on Disabilities
The Institute on Disabilities at Temple University believes that every individual deserves the opportunity and support to lead a self-determined life in inclusive communities. It learns from and works with people with disabilities and their families in diverse communities across Pennsylvania to create and share knowledge and change systems and society. Through its advocacy and programs, the Institute on Disabilities offers training, support and technical assistance for and about people with disabilities to help others understand and shape policy at the local, state and national levels; increase communication through assistive technology services; provide learning opportunities about the culture of disability, inclusive education and leadership; and more.
Temple ROUTE is an interactive map of Main Campus to help you find accessibility paths, including accessible building entrances, parking and restrooms.
Future Faculty Fellowships
The Future Faculty Fellowships promote and increase diversity among the U.S. professoriate. Candidates are newly admitted graduate students from underrepresented groups in the applicant’s discipline who show exceptional leadership or have overcome significant obstacles in pursuing academic careers. Learn more about the Future Faculty Fellows Program.
Temple’s #YouAreWelcomeHere scholarship recognizes promising international students with a vision for enhancing intercultural understanding. Each year, the university selects two first-year students to receive an annual, renewable scholarship. Learn more about the #YouAreWelcomeHere scholarship.
Through OWL Connect and Temple’s student organizations, you can find opportunities that align with your personal goals, meet and engage with peers, develop and expand your interests, lead initiatives that are important to you, and become more involved on campus and in Philadelphia. Learn more about student organizations.