Temple University is dedicated to guaranteeing facilities, information and technology it creates or offers are accessible in agreement with applicable law.
Campus Recreation is the best place to go if you are interested in sports and fitness. They coordinate intramural sports, sports clubs, aquatic events and group fitness. Many sports and activities are available for students with a disability.
Campus Safety works to ensure that all Temple students, faculty and staff remain safe while on campus. Their staff works 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The Career Center offers a wide variety of services including career coaching, career assessment/decision-making instruments, career-related workshops, information about internships and externships, mock interviews, resume writing, and FOCUS - an online tool designed to help students identify interests and values and match them with potential majors and careers.
The Dean of Students office nurtures a community of mutual respect where students, faculty and administrators advance the values of the Academic Strategic Compass: access to excellence and success for all students.
The Division of Student Affairs offers educational services, development services, health services and support services for all Temple students. Their mission is to create initiatives, programs, activities and services that engage the entire campus community.
The Health Education Awareness Resource Team (HEART) is dedicated to helping students make healthy life choices while in school. They provide both large programs and workshops to help educate students about health and wellness.
Leadership development offers conferences, workshops and seminars to students looking to enhance their leadership qualities, self-awareness and their ability to act in diverse communities.
The Office of Equal Opportunity Compliance serves as a focal point of Temple's institution-wide efforts for equal opportunity, equal access and affirmative action, providing direction through information, assistance, and complaint investigation.
The Office of Parking Services offers designated van-accessible and regular reserved parking for people with disabilities in all university parking lots. Additionally, the City of Philadelphia reserves a limited number of on-street parking spaces for people with disabilities on various streets surrounding Main Campus and the Health Sciences Center.
Students Activities is the place to go if you are interested in joining a student organization, learning about campus events, or joining a fraternity or sorority. They do all the programming for events and can help you get involved on campus.
Student Health Services provides the university community with accessible and affordable healthcare. They are staffed with board certified physicians, nurse practitioners, registered nurses and medical assistants to meet your healthcare needs.
Student Financial Services offers advice and guidance on a variety of scholarships, grants and loans.
The computer labs at the TECH Center are equipped with a variety of different assistive technology programs such as:
- TextHelp’s Read and Write Gold software
- Screen magnification software
- Dragon voice recognition software
- Alternative keyboards
- Adjustable desks
Tuttleman Counseling Services offers free counseling for students seeking emotional, educational and vocational support. They assist students with conflict resolution, drug and alcohol awareness, sexual assault counseling and awareness, individual therapy, group therapy and couples therapy.