Working in the community is an opportunity for you to get to know your neighbors, apply your skills and enhance your education in a meaningful and rewarding way. Learn more about how you can volunteer in the Temple community.
Since 1906, the Temple University fraternity and sorority community has been a vibrant part of campus life. Students gain opportunities for leadership development, academic support, community service, friendship and social growth. Learn more about Temple's fraternities and sororities.
All Temple students have the opportunitiy to develop leaderships skills through three main initiatives: the Student Leadership Challenge, the Diamond Leaders program and Academic Connections. Learn more about leadership development at Temple.
Main Campus Program Board (MCPB)
MCPB is a student organization that plans and executes premier events for the student body. Such events include concerts and lectures, Homecoming and Spring Fling, off-campus trips and more. Learn more about MCPB.
Temple Student Government (TSG) provides a representative government, foster understanding and involvement among all members of the university community, and advocates for the student body. Learn more about Temple Student Government.
Student Media advises three media outlets: The Temple News, Temple’s independent, award-wining student newspaper; Templar, the university's award-winning yearbook; and WHIP, its student-run internet radio station. Learn more about student-media opportunities.
Temple offers organizations for every interest—educational, multicultural, performance, pre-professional, political, sports, religious and service organizations. Search the Temple student organization events calendar to find activities that interest you. Learn more about student activities at Temple.