We have a list of resources of on and off campus options you may find helpful. You are also welcome to stop by our office if you would like more information!
Wellness Resource Center
Mitten Hall, Lower Level
Tuttleman Counseling Services
1810 Liacouras Walk, 5th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19122
Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri, 10 AM to 1:30 PM
Wed 9 AM - 12 PM
Licensed psychologists and counselors can provide individual or group counseling, as well as referral to other resources in the Philadelphia area. Issues that can be addressed include: depression, anxiety, relationship problems, stress, eating disorders, loss and grief, procrastination; shyness, self-esteem, family problems, sexuality and sexually transmitted diseases, gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender issues, racism, sexism, academic performance, and career decisions. Group counseling sessions are available as well.
The MarcDavid LGBTQ Scholarship has been established to provide academic financial support for an undergraduate Temple student active in the LGBTQ community. Activity may be demonstrated inside or outside of Temple University. Preference shall be given to students with financial need, but active leadership and advocacy for LGBTQ causes is paramount.
"The mere existence of an LGBT scholarship at Temple is both empowering and inspiring.Being designated a MarcDavid scholar has given me the courage to be myself and the confidence to serve as a constant voice for my community.
Thanks to the support of the inaugural MarcDavid scholarship during my junior year, I was able to focus my extracurricular efforts on producing the final 4 episodes my Mid-Atlantic Emmy®-nominated web series One of the Guys. Now, in my second year as Temple University’s MarcDavid Scholar, I am spending the fall semester of my senior year as an Associate Producer for Doug Spearman’s feature film Welcome, Sinners – a gay love story taking place primarily in Philadelphia.
It was Harvey Milk that first said, "You cannot live on hope alone, but without it, life ain't worth living." On a very personal level, it is initiatives like this scholarship and events like Temple's inclusivity programs that give me – and the thousands of other LGBT students like me – hope for a better tomorrow.
Thank you for your support."
- Michael Busza, Current Marc David Scholarship Recipient
Offered through the college of Liberal Arts and is an 18 credit hour minor. Classes include subjects that cover women’s studies, sociology as well as concepts, theories, history and political sociological issues pertaining to the LGBT community. It gives students the opportunity to explore topics such as sexuality, sex and gender.