The Temple experience begins with the student's decision to join the Temple community and continues beyond graduation. Welcome Week provides a great experience for our students, encouraging each to build and sustain enduring relationships with friends, faculty and administration while supporting their growth into successful alumni and active members of society.
Learn more by visiting the Welcome Week website. Check out the Welcome Week web site throughout the summer to find updates on the schedule of events. Here are just a few of the events you won't want to miss.
August 22 and 23
After you have moved in, join us for this outdoor festival. It's a perfect mix of business and fun – get all the information you need about student organizations, area vendors, and campus departments such as Student Financial Services, Diamond Dollars, Parking, and the Bookstore. Enjoy music, food, giveaways while you get your first taste of Temple!
100' Banana Split
You've never seen this much dessert in one place – 100 feet! Enjoy delicious chocolate, vanilla and strawberry ice cream with whipped cream and your favorite toppings. Join your new friends for one last party before classes start.
Learn about Temple's fraternities and sororities through Inter-fraternity Council (IFC) Rush or Panhellenic Sorority
- IFC Fraternity Rush – Wednesday, September 12 through Wednesday, September 19
For more information about Rush or Temple's 10 IFC fraternities, visit the Student Activities website at www.temple.edu/studentactivities or contact the IFC President at email@example.com.
- Panhellenic Sorority Recruitment – Sunday, September 30 through Thursday, October 4
For more information about Recruitment or Temple's 4 Panhellenic sororities, visit the Student Activities website at www.temple.edu/studentactivities or contact the Panhellenic President at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- In addition to the IFC and Panhellenic fraternities and sororities, Temple University recognizes 14 cultural or multi-cultural Greek organizations that are members of the Multicultural Greek Council (MGC) and 7 historically African-American Greek organizations in the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC). To learn more about these organizations, visit the Student Activities website at www.temple.edu/studentactivities.