Temple Law School's Student Services Office offers programming and services to help students maintain their health and over-all wellness while in law school. Take advantage of their programs and resources to balance your academic, professional, financial, and personal life.
Academic Core Enrichment (ACE) is an academic support program designed to help first-year students transition from college or work to law school by developing and improving their study techniques, learning skills, and ultimately, their law school academic performance.
The Law Library has technology items -- noise-canceling headphones, a hand-held pen scanner, etc. -- to support tranquility and well-being. These devices and other convenience items are available for short-term loan. Ask for these materials at the library desk.
Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers of Pennsylvania, Inc. (LCL) is an assistance program which offers confidential help to lawyers, judges, and their family members struggling with alcohol and drug related problems, stress, anxiety, depression, gambling and other emotional and mental health issues. LCL has NO connection or communication with the Disciplinary Board, Judicial Conduct Board, Board of Law Examiners, or the Pennsylvania Bar Association regarding the identity of those we help.
"A Website for Lawyers with Depression Created by a Lawyer with Depression" Site founder Dan Lukasik is the Judicial Wellness Coordinator for the New York State Office of Court Administration. This site candidly covers issues of stress, anxiety, and depression in its resources, podcast, and blog.
When you need assistance, consult resources in the community of caring at Temple and beyond.
Temple's Wellness Resource Center promotes excellence, inclusion, innovation, integrity, respect, and strives to help students become their best selves and positively transform society. The Center's events, programs, and services support physical and mental health in the Temple community.
Temple's Tuttleman Counseling Services offers individual and group counseling to all university students and staff. Find its staff of licensed psychologists and mental health professionals at 1810 Liacouras Walk, 5th Floor. Services are free and confidential.
Temple's Psychological Services Center is a training clinic for doctoral students in the Clinical Psychology Program in the Department of Psychology at Temple University. The clinic is a community mental health center providing counseling and psychological services for mental health and relationship issues, comprehensive neuropsychological assessments, and brief cognitive assessments.
Student Health Services provides the eligible Temple University community with affordable, accessible and high-quality primary healthcare. Consult its staff of board-certified physicians, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, and medical assistants at 1700 North Broad Street, 4th Floor.
Keep fit. Campus Recreation provides the university community with quality-oriented leisure time opportunities in a safe environment. These sport-related activities may take many forms, such as intramurals, sport clubs, informal recreation, special events, aquatics, group fitness, adapted recreation, or student staff development, in several campus athletic complexes.
Cherry Pantry's mission is to combat hunger in the Temple community by supplying nutritious emergency food while providing equal treatment to all who visit the pantry. Visit this campus food bank in the Gittis Student Center, 13th Street and Montgomery Avenue, Room 224A.