Office of Student Life
Bright Hall Room 101
Hours: Monday through Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Attending college should be more than classes, books, and studying. The Ambler campus staff works hard to offer programs and activities that enhance growth and development outside of the classroom.
The Office of Student Life supports and complements the university’s academic mission by promoting social, cultural, educational, and developmental programs for the students of Ambler. The Office works closely with the student organizations who serve as a primary source of programming for the campus.
Involvement in student organizations affords opportunities for students to develop special skills and interests, to interact regularly with other students, and to plan and manage events. Students can also gain experience in leadership training, self-governance, and community service.
Administrative Services provided by the Office of Student Life:
Bright Hall Lounge
Hours: Monday through Thursday: 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Friday: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The Student Activities Office is an arm of the Office of Student Life that acts as a resource for students at Temple University Ambler. The Office seeks to meet the needs of the students and offer assistance in answering any questions that students or community members may have. The Office is responsible for disseminating information regarding campus activities, such as organizational programs and information passed on from the Office of Student Life.
- Information Desk
Student employees are available to provide resources and referrals.
- Tickets and Event Sign-Ups
Tickets are sold to special on- and off-campus events. Sign up sheets are also often placed at the SAO office for various events.
Space available for all student organizations.
Available for use by all students.
Bright Hall Room 108
Designed by students for students, the Hooter’s Nest provides a comfortable atmosphere to study, have a meal, meet with friends, or take part in a student event. Hooter’s Nest is available room reservations by student organizations and campus departments by contacting the Office of Student Life at 267-468-8425.
Bright Hall Lobby is used to share information via student organization bulletin boards and general message boards. The lobby is also an important location for student and campus charitable endeavors, such as clothing, toy, and book drives, and for student organization recruitment for events and programs, such as the annual campus Blood Drives.
Bright Hall Lounge is one of the hubs of student activity on campus. Bright Hall Lounge serves as the venue for many cultural, entertainment, and educational programs held on campus during the day, in the evenings, and on weekends throughout the year. The lounge also provides ample study and meeting space for students, staff, and faculty, and cable television to keep up with latest world news or sports events.
Bill Whitman, Manager
The bookstore provides textbooks and course materials required for classes. The Temple University Bookstore is an affiliate of Barnes & Noble College Bookstores, offering the services and conveniences of a great bookstore chain.
The bookstore also carries general fiction and non-fiction books, reference texts, stationery items, Temple apparel, health and beauty aids, and other useful and convenient items.
A portion of the revenues generated by your purchases at the Temple University Bookstore goes back to the University to support academic programs, scholarship, and other programs.
New copiers are available throughout campus. Faculty may use Diamond Dollars, a department code, or cash as follows:
Learning Center and West Hall - General access; Diamond Dollars only
Widener Hall Room 217 - Faculty only; code access
Bright Hall - General access; coin operated and Diamond Dollars
Library - General access; coin operated and Diamond Dollars