Want to schedule a tour or register for an open house? Admissions is the place to go. They facilitate the registration of prospective student programs as well as provide support and guidance throughout the entire application process.
Undergraduate Studies at Temple University is the central hub for academic resources and advising. If you are interested in learning more about the core or general education curriculum, academic advising, academic bulletins, course descriptions, the Degree Audit Reporting System (DARS), or academic policies, check out Undergraduate Studies.
Your source for information about textbook rentals, digital book info, and refund policies. You can also pick up some Temple gear while you are there!
The office bills for tuition and fees, including University housing, as well as providing timely information regarding your financial account status. The Bursar's Office also collects payments for students’ accounts either through the disbursement of funds through Student Financial Services, third party sponsors, and processing of personal payments.
Temple University's Campus Recreation is the coordinating office for recreational sports programs on Main Campus. More than 4,000 students, staff, and alumni participate daily in one or more of the various activities offered by our office. These activities include: intramurals, sports clubs, special events and programs, group fitness, adapted recreation, aquatics,, student staff development, and informal recreation.
Diamond Dollars are Temple’s campus-based debit card solution that eliminates the need to carry cash. Everyone who has a Temple University OWLcard, has a Diamond Dollars account. Since you already need your official university ID, you can also enjoy the ease of making purchases at any one of our partner vendors.
Disability Resources and Services (DRS) supports Temple University students with disabilities in accessing the multitude of opportunities and services available to them through the University. A department within the Division of Student Affairs, DRS promotes a campus environment in which accommodating students with disabilities is a natural extension of the University’s vision to provide access to superior education for committed and capable students of all backgrounds.
Through international study, you will enrich your education, acquire experience for professional success, and develop life skills to become engaged global citizens. Learn more about Temple’s study abroad programs!
UHRL provides support for all things residential including Assignments and Billing, Finance and Accounting, Off-Campus Living, Information Technology, Maintenance Operations, and Residential Life.
The Student Center houses a food court, the campus bookstore, UPS, Philadelphia Federal Credit Union, Graphics Media Center, The Reel Cinema, the Game Room as well as lounge space and event rooms!
The Office of Institutional Diversity, Equality, Advocacy and Leadership (IDEAL) embodies Temple University's commitment to sustain and nurture a strong inclusive campus community.
Office of the University Registrar serves currently enrolled students, former students, alumni, faculty, staff, and third- party agencies. They are a resource for information about university dates and deadlines as well as transcripts and other academic records.
Student Activities is the primary location for students to go to learn how to get involved in student organization, fraternity and sorority life, or find out about excellent programs and events that are happening on and around campus.
Student Conduct and Community Standards (SCCS) administer the Student Conduct Code. In addition to upholding this code through student conduct hearings and sanctioning, they conduct educational learning opportunities while ensuring the maintenance of a safe campus environment.
Temple University's Student Financial Services (SFS) Office readily assists all Temple students in making their college education affordable. If you are seeking financial aid assistance, trying to pay tuition and bills, or looking for financial planning assistance, SFS will be a fantastic resource.
Student Health Services provides the eligible Student Temple University community with affordable, accessible, and high quality primary health care. Its staff includes Board Certified Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, RNs, and Medical Assistants to meet student's healthcare needs.
The Student Success Center is an academic support center for students at Temple University. We work in close partnership with the Writing Center to offer services, supports, and resources that allow Temple students to succeed in their courses and beyond.
Tuttleman Counseling Services offers support for student's mental health needs.
Wellness Resource Center (WRC)
The WRC is Temple University’s health promotion office, focused on helping the campus community understand wellness and ways to flourish.