Care providers include doctors, nurse practitioners, and nurses.
Services offered at the Main, Ambler, and Health Sciences Center campuses include basic medical care, an immunization/allergy injection clinic, family planning services, and a self-care center.
The goal is to build a learning community wherein people with diverse abilities are valued and included in all facets of life at the University.
Disability Resources and Services (DRS), a free and confidential service, facilitates access and accommodations on an individualized basis and provides opportunities for students with a disability to grow and develop.
All graduate students in need of such services should contact DRS on Main Campus to register, although services are available at all Temple University campuses.
Each campus has an identified DRS liaison to aid the graduate student in accessing these services: 601 Conwell Hall 1801 N.
Extensive laboratory testing is available at Main Campus, but only office laboratory tests are performed at the Ambler and Health Sciences Center campuses. Broad Street, Fourth Floor Philadelphia, PA 19121 215-204-7500 Fax: 215-204-4660 Open Monday, a.m.– p.m.; Tuesday, a.m.– p.m.; Wednesday, a.m.– p.m.; Thursday–Friday, a.m.– p.m.; Saturday, a.m.– p.m.
Student Health Services strives to promote a high standard of health among all Temple University students through programs in preventive medicine and health education, in addition to diagnosis and treatment of injury and illness.
Many student veterans, student athletes, honors students, and international students who have a disability connect with DRS.
Dedicated, knowledgeable DRS staff meet with graduate students to determine eligibility for accommodations and discuss strategies for educational success.
DRS develops programs and workshops to support student retention and provides training and awareness about access and inclusion to the entire University community.
Pennsylvania Act 46 of 2014 requires public institutions of higher education in Pennsylvania to provide veteran students, as defined in the Act, with preference in course scheduling.
Non-compliance may be reported to the Pennsylvania Department of Education by submitting the Higher Education Student Complaint form found at