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Campus Living

Being on campus, in the thick of it all, is one of the most exciting parts of moving away to college. There are so many opportunities for cultural, recreational, social and academic growth on the widespread, metropolitan Temple campus. 

Temple UHRL's College Survival Guide

Written by Temple Students

  1. Temple UHRL's College Survival Guide - February 2019
  2. Temple UHRL's College Survival Guide - January 2019
  3. Temple UHRL's College Survival Guide - December 2018
  4. Temple UHRL's College Survival Guide - November 2018
  5. Temple UHRL's College Survival Guide - October 2018
  6. Temple UHRL's College Survival Guide - September 2018
  7. Temple UHRL's College Survival Guide - August 2018
  8. Temple UHRL's College Survival Guide - July 2018

Community Engagement

As a resident within our halls, you will experience different type of programs and events facilitated by the Resident Assistants (RAs), community council, peer mentors, Resident Coordinators (RCs), and our Resident Directors (RDs). 

Our community engagement model encompasses four dimensional areas of academic success, diversity & inclusion, civic engagement, and wellness. The purpose of these dimensions is to further develop life skills and introduce residents to campus and community resources while sustaining a healthy and vibrant residence hall.

 

Diversity and Inclusion

Inclusion Statement:

Residential Life promotes an environment for the exploration of differences in our residents’ identitites, values, beliefs, and backgrounds. We strive for members of our community to develop a conscious awareness  of self and others within diverse populations through the acceptance and inclusion of differences.

 

Leadership and Inclusivity Vision:

To prepare students and staff to be effective leaders in an increasingly global and diverse society.