Part of the Division of Student Affairs

Faculty and Staff

Wellness Resource Center is pleased to collaborate with you on any content area related to our preventative health mission. The content areas we cover are extensive and include but are not limited to sexual health, nutrition & body image, stress management, healthy relationships, to alcohol awareness.

Student Safety Nest

Student Safety Nest is a guide to high-risk behavior and warning signs. It may help you identify signs of a student in distress, and offers referral options on campus.

Brief Motivational Interviewing

Brief Motivational Interviewing is a way of talking to students and others to help them identify for themselves changes they need to make in their lives, and what the next steps may be to make those changes. We can offer your staff a 2-hour training to help you learn these effective techniques.

Class Presentations

If you would like one of our staff members to do a guest lecture for your class please contact us and we would be happy to discuss how we can help you empower Temple students to make healthy choices.

Request a Program

Certified HEART Peer Educators are available, through the Wellness Resource Center, to facilitate the programs described below.

Sexercise: This program provides students with information about safer sex practices and appropriate resources to address sexual health concerns.

Sex Jeopardy: This program provides college students with information on a variety of sexual health issues and appropriate resources to address sexual health concerns.

Nutrition and Fitness Jeopardy: This program provides students with information on a variety of nutrition and fitness information and appropriate resources to address related questions and concerns.

Alcohol 101: Play a fun game regarding healthy drinking as well as myths, facts, and trivia about alcohol, and discuss how to help a friend.

Stress and Time Management: This program provides students with information about stress at college and skills they can use to cope with stressful situations. Students are given the opportunity to test their pre-existing knowledge about stress and many of these "stress myths" are debunked.

Click here to request one of our certified peer educators to facilitate any of the above programs. We require a minimum of two weeks notice, and may not be available to fulfill all program requests.