The Student Faculty Center, part of the Student Center Operations department within the Division of Student Affairs, is a multi-purpose conference and recreational facility accomodating events, meetings, conferences, a variety of recreational services, Barnes and Noble bookstore, health and financial services, and cafeteria dining by Sodexho.
Students, faculty & staff affiliated with Temple Hospital, School of Medicine, School of Pharmacy, School of Podiatric Medicine, School of Dentistry, College of Allied Health Professions (nursing, occupational and physical therapy, health information management, and communication sciences) use all these services. Clients not affiliated with Temple are only allowed to use the Conference Center.
Mailing AddressStudent Faculty Center, RM 200
3340 N. Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19140
Office Hours: 8:30AM - 5:00PM
Monday - Thursday: 6:30AM- 10PM
More About Us
As one of many areas within the Division of Student Affairs, the Student Centers play a vital role in support and development of students as part of the greater campus community. We also cater programs and services to a larger audience including campus departments, schools & colleges as well as the local and regional community. Both the Student Faculty Center (SFC) on our Health Science Center Campus and the Howard Gittis Student Center (HGSC) on the Main Campus also play the role of “living room”, serving as a community hub for informal interaction with lounge and food service spaces and a host of other fun spots including Game Room, Recreation, and Cinema programs (Main Campus only). We hope you take time to visit our Student Centers and use all we have to offer. We are much more than brick and mortar buildings. We are a living laboratory for co-curricular experiences and an excellent choice for meetings and conferences.
Student Center Operations Mission
Student Center Operations enhances the Temple community through exceptional facility and program management. Our buildings serve as the hub of activities and as the “living room” of the campus, providing safe, inviting spaces for events, study and socialization. Employment and involvement opportunities in our buildings contribute to student learning outside the classroom. We provide programmatic support to student organizations, university departments and the community which creates an atmosphere promoting engagement and enriches campus life