Accessing Resources During COVID-19
Student Success Center is virtual this fall.
Visit our Front Desk Zoom Room!
Meeting ID: 929-916-654
(*staffed during regular business hours)
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Academic Coaching sessions
Email Denae Sisco at firstname.lastname@example.org
Conversation Partners for students learning Arabic, Chinese, German, French, Italian, Japanese, Korean, and Spanish
Email the following: (email@example.com)
Review their availability for sessions here.
PASS sessions typically start the third week of the semester and run through study days. Each session is 50 minutes long.
Writing tutoring will be offered via Zoom and will be available by appointment only. To make an appointment, visit the appointment scheduling section of the website. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Disability Resource Center
You can contact DRS at email@example.com or visit their website for more information.
Financial Aid Office
You can contact Financial Aid by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Affordable Internet at Home for Eligible Households: If you are looking for affordable internet, here is a resource that has been made public. Alternatively, here is a phone number: 1-855-8-INTERNET (1-855-846-8376)
Student Emergency Aid Fund
For students who find themselves in an unprecedented situation such as the one we face today, the Student Emergency Aid Fund is a vital lifeline. If you need help getting home or affording the resources to take classes online, you can apply for extra financial support through the Student Emergency Aid Fund.
Student Professional Development
Temple has gone virtual and so have we! Here's what you can be doing to continue your professional development.
The Temple News
Our student-run newspaper, recently published a list of additional resources available to students to help them through this crisis. Check it out to see if anything may be helpful to you.
To pick up a pre-packaged bag of non-perishables, please go to the TUPD Morgan Subtstation located at 1601 Park Ave. The station is on the side of Morgan Hall South. If you need help accessing the station please email email@example.com. Students are able to pick up a bag of already packaged food on Tuesdays from 10am to 12pm and Friday 3pm to 5pm. If you would like more information, please visit the Cherry Pantry website.
Tuttleman Counseling Services offers support for mental wellness as you transition to life back home. It has a dedicated page regularly updated with information on the services available during the COVID-19 outbreak. Tuttleman’s Brandon LaBarge talked with our e-newsletter for students, Nutshell, to provide guidance to keep your mental health on track during this time.
Need a Relaxing Activity?
Relieve some stress with these printable Temple-inspired coloring book pages. BONUS: Rachel Ignotofsky, TYL ’11, a 2019 30 Under 30 awardee and author/illustrator, also offers free downloadable coloring pages on her site.
Zoomtopia: 10 Zoom Tips and Tricks You May Not Know
Whether you’re a Zoom newbie or expert, you can learn some new tips and tricks to enhance your Zoom experience. View the tips.
Students can use these Zoom Room spaces between in-person classes if they need to log on for an online class or meeting. These spaces were carefully selected from rooms that are not being used for classes and also, take into account other building activities. Zoom Rooms are open to all students and are spread around campus, but there are not Zoom Rooms in every building. All Zoom Rooms have signs indicating the occupancy and guidelines for use. Usage of the Zoom Rooms will be monitored and the list will be updated as needed throughout the semester. Zoom Room List as of August 2020