Ambler Accounting Professional Society
A professional development society for accounting majors that works closely with Beta Alpha Psi, the national accounting honor society.
A student-run organization dedicated to community service on the Ambler campus, in Ambler Borough, and throughout the region.
Ambler Program Board
Many activities and events on campus are sponsored by this organization, including Spring Fling, TU Idol, ghost hunts, and the Semi-formal Dance.
American Marketing Association
This organization focuses on professional development for marketing majors.
Ambler’s A-Team enriches student life by showcasing the cultural aspect of precision stepping and dance routines.
Beta Alpha Psi
Featuring special events and speakers, this national accounting honor society has a chapter at Temple University Ambler.
Brothers and Sisters United
This organization serves the interests of African-American and minority students. They co-sponsor the annual Black History Month and Kwanzaa celebrations.
C.A.R.T. (Commuters and Residents Together)
C.A.R.T. seeks to provide programs to bring commuter and resident students together to enhance their campus experience.
This group focuses on professional development for students in the fields of communications and theater.
Criminal Justice Society
A professional organization for criminal justice majors, the Criminal Justice Society hosts off-campus field trips, career seminars, a career fair, guest speakers, and other campus activities.
This group focuses on professional development for students majoring in economics.
In addition to sharing a passion for gaming, this organization's membership seeks to bring awareness to the technology gap through community events and programs.
Gamma Sigma Sigma Sorority
A national service sorority, Gamma Sigma Sigma has a chapter at Temple University Ambler, which sponsors various fundraisers and special events on campus.
Hillel is a campus organization that celebrates Jewish culture with events and activities throughout the year. Hillel is open to all students regardless of ethnic or religious background.
The Indian-American Association unites Indian-American students and provides cultural and social programs at Ambler throughout the year.
Jubilee is a Christian organization that provides religious and social activities for the campus.
Landscape Architecture and Horticulture Student Association
A chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects, this organization sponsors the annual Halloween Haunted House, plant sales, and other fundraising activities.
Latinos Unidos at Ambler
Latinos Unidos at Ambler provides support for students of Latino heritage. The organization is an information resource for current Latino students and also seeks to inform the campus community about Latino heritage and culture.
L.I.N.C. (Learning to Include Numerous Cultures)
L.I.N.C. is an organization unique to Ambler, designed to celebrate all cultures.
Newspaper—The Temple Column
The Temple Column provides challenge and excitement for future writers, reporters, copy editors, advertisers, photographers, cartoonists, columnists, and editors. Whether you are a communications major hoping for a career in print journalism, a business student interested in advertising and sales, or just want to contribute to the school newspaper, The Temple Column offers an array of practical experience.
Night O.W.L.S. (Organizing Work, Life, and School)
This organization provides a forum for students above the traditional college age and sponsors fundraising events to provide book scholarships for students.
Organization of African Students
This organization unites students of African descent and provides cultural programs at the Ambler campus.
This group of students provides campus tours and assists with recruiting new students. They also represent Ambler at many University events.
Do you have a story to tell? Maybe it’s a photo to share or a drawing. Students, faculty, and staff, have an outlet for their artistic talents. The Ambler campus literary and arts journal, The Parable, is published during the spring semester. While The Parable works throughout the year to publish the literary magazine, the organization also hosts a variety of events, such as “coffeehouse” music and poetry nights, held in cooperation with campus radio station WRFT.
Pi Alpha Xi
This organization is a national honor society for students of Floriculture, Landscape, and Ornamental Horticulture.
Pi Phi Sorority
A local social/service sorority, the organization helps with various fundraisers for charitable groups throughout the area, including Philabundance and the Special Olympics.
A professional development organization dedicated to the interests of psychology students.
Radio Station—WRFT 1610-AM
Here is an opportunity to go on the air! Temple University Ambler’s radio station is managed and operated entirely by students. For future disc jockeys, producers, managers, marketers, and directors, WRFT provides a great way to learn the business and art of mass communication. Whether you are a communications major or simply enjoy music, WRFT welcomes your participation. WRFT’s departments in music, promotions, and advertising provide Ambler students with hands-on experience in these fields. WRFT 1610-AM broadcasts music formats from Top 40 to rap, from rock to blues, and from jazz to folk.
Sigma Chi Delta Sorority
A local social/service organization, this group helps with fundraising events for charitable organizations, such as the March of Dimes and the Sunshine Foundation, throughout the year.
Sigma Lambda Alpha
This organization is a national honor society for Landscape Architecture students. Students must be of junior standing to join this organization.
Society for Exceptional Educators
This professional organization comprised of education majors sponsors book drives, reading programs for children in the community, and hands-on learning experiences with area school districts.
Society for Human Resource Management
This organization provides professional development opportunities for human resource management majors.
Student Government Association
Temple University Ambler is small enough to care about individual progress and growth but big enough to have an active student government — the Ambler Student Government Association. Student Government oversees student concerns, policies, interests, and activities. Elections are held in the spring for various offices, giving students the opportunity to participate in election campaigns and promotions. For more information, visit the Student Activities Office in Bright Hall Lounge.
Temple Planning Society (T.P.S.)
The Temple Planning Society seeks to attract students from all majors who are interested in building networks and affecting positive change in their communities through planning.
Transfer Student Organization (T.S.O.)
The Transfer Student Organization offers programs and opportunities for students who have recently transferred to Temple University Ambler.
United Voices of Praise
A two-part religious organization — one part Bible study and a second part gospel choir. United Voices of Praise holds annual concerts in addition to leading the campus in the singing of Temple’s Alma Mater at events such as Convocation and the Student Leadership Banquet.