The Wellness Resource Center provides a great deal of resources and education to all Temple students. We can help connect you with resources both on and off campus, and would like to help you be successful here at Temple.
Wellness Resource Center provides a safe space for students to receive free, anonymous or confidential health information in a supportive environment.
Individual Wellness Consultations
We have several professional and student staff who are trained and available to help answer all of your wellness questions.
Help spread the word that latex condoms are available at the Wellness Resource Center priced at 10 for $1 and non-latex condoms are priced at $1 each. We also offer dental dams, and free female condoms (3 per person per week). Flavored and unflavored lubricant samples are also available.
HIV testing is available at Wellness Resource Center through Philadelphia agencies Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 am to 1:30 pm during the school year, and 10-1:30 on Tuesdays over the summer. HIV tests are rapid and confidential.
Our office has pamphlets, brochures, and other resource information for you to utilize. Doing a paper, project, speech or report? Have a health question for yourself or a friend? Stop by for some great ideas and walk away with resources!
We offer several trainings that combine to allow students to become Lifesaver Certified at Temple University to help friends who are experiencing issues in their lives. Sign up through the links below to become certified:
Brief Motivational Interviewing is a training that centers around having effective conversations with other students who are in distress.
Sign up for BMI here
SaySomething@Temple is a bystander intervention training program that
focuses on mental and behavioral health and gives students the knowledge
to safely intervene when a peer is in distress.
Sign up for SS@T here
Navigating any environment may present challenges, and Temple University provides support for all students in a variety of situations. There are a great deal of resources on campus to help support you.
The Dean of Students Office strives to provide quality programs and services for students that enhance their collegiate experience. The Dean of Students serves as an advocate for all students.
Living on your own comes with a host of responsibilities. The University Housing & Residential Life Office makes an entire network of resources available to help with any situation, from getting locked out of your room to fixing a broken desk to needing medical advice.
Tuttleman Counseling Services is an accredited mental health service for students on campus that provides individual and group counseling services and crisis intervention.
Student Health Services provides the eligible Student Temple University community with affordable, accessible and high quality primary health care.
Disability Resources and Services support Temple University students with disabilities in accessing the multitude of opportunities and services available to them.
Campus Safety Services focuses on the safety of Temple students, faculty, and staff. They take their role seriously, providing the best people, training andtechnology to get the job done, all guided by a sense of caring for the university community -- 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Ombudspersons are Temple staff who are knowledgeable about harassment matters and trained to assist in understanding and resolving informal complaints.
Certified HEART Peer Educators, through the Wellness Resource Center, are available 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 for your student organization. We require a minimum of two weeks notice, and may not be available to fulfill all program requests.