Student Engagement

Weekly Opportunities

Engagement Corner

Tip: Room change period has ended! This is a great time to begin checking in on students and reviewing all roommate/suite/apartment agreements.
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Open House Volunteers Needed!

Sunday, Sep. 28th, 12am

1940, Johnson & Hardwick, Morgan South Residence Halls

On Sunday, September 28, Temple University will be hosting its first OPEN HOUSE for the academic year! We are currently seeking volunteers to table in our show halls by greeting potential students and parents. The designated halls are: Johnson & Hardwick, Morgan South, and 1940. There is a MORNING and AFTERNOON shift for any interested person to sign up for. Each shift is limited to two hours.

Click below or email Rodney at to express your interest.

RSVPs are enabled for this event.

Announcement of first Take 5 Opportunities!

As October approaches us, there are some great programming opportunities that will qualify under the Take 5 initiative. National Coming Out Week (NCOW) will provide a host of programs for staff to take residents to experience a (drag show, panel discussion, come out speak out, NCOW Fest, Breaking Beauty Standards, etc!) Please be reminded that staff can only receive credit for one type of dimensional program within a given quarter. More to come in the upcoming newsletters.
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Paid Job Opportunity!

The Temple News is looking for task-oriented and driven students to join its advertising sales team.

As an account executive you will gain the experience of marketing to new business partners, maintaining your own personal pool of clients, working in a team environment and having unlimited commission-based earning potential!

Account executives will be given on-the job training. Sales experience is not necessary.

Applicants are expected to:

· Be willing to work in small teams

· Be willing to meet with clients

· Reach out to new clients in person and over the phone

· Have knowledge of Microsoft Office

· Be available to work at least 4 hours a week

Interested students should contact Temple News Advertising Manager Zach Campbell at

We look forward to helping you reach your learning and earning potential!

Student Health 101

Over the past several years, the Student Health 101 program has evolved into a fully integrated wellness communication system. Student Health 101 seeks to create valuable content for students that is distributed in an active way throughout the school year. The development of Student Health 101 has been driven by the needs of three major stakeholders: students, administrators, and parents.

Visit for more information about wellness tips and programming. An email is sent out on a monthly basis to all Temple students with a virtual magazine. This resource also contains some useful tips for programming.