We are committed to upholding an inclusive and equitable community for all.

亿德体育 is dedicated to building a diverse, vibrant educational community grounded in appreciation for others, 思想开放,尊重他人. The university was founded on the principle that access to education is a right for everyone. As part of our commitment to inclusive excellence and equity in education, 天普坚持认为,每一个学生, 教职员工 member’s voice and experiences count and are equally integral to who we are. 

It is our shared responsibility to enhance the quality of life for everyone at Temple. We provide a safe, supportive and welcoming environment in which to grow, learn and work, thus realizing the transformational power of being a part of the Temple community. All students and all members of the Temple community are encouraged to be who they are without fear or judgment.

Temple condemns all forms of discrimination, 包括所有反犹分子, 种族主义或煽动性语言, hate speech, calls to violence, and the disparagement of any person or persons based on religion, nationality, race, gender, 性取向或性身份. 

在天普,每个学生都受到重视.

我们全校范围的倡议, 学术项目, resources and research are rooted in equality and empathy so that everyone has the support and resources they need during their time here. Everyone should feel empowered to be themselves, be open to new experiences and be a part of solutions to pressing challenges, and we are our students’ greatest advocates while they are here. 

To do this, Temple emphasizes and welcomes authentic conversations about real problems on our campuses, 全国乃至全世界, 我们相信这是打开, 包容和安全的校园环境. We continually evolve over time to address important topics and make necessary change.  

Learn more about the university initiatives, programs, 资源及服务 intended to help everyone feel safe and free to find their place at Temple.

大学反种族主义倡议

In 2020, Temple committed $1 million to combat racism. This is our promise to identify new ways we can address racism on our campuses, 在费城和整个社会. 

Our initiatives include campuswide anti-racism training and 核心课程变化, reinvesting in anti-racism education, creating the 反种族主义中心, prioritizing recruitment and retention of faculty and employees of color, establishing a 北费城青年的桥梁项目 to create better pathways to higher education, and much more. 

反种族主义中心

Led by Timothy Welbeck, a civil rights attorney and associate professor in the Department of Africology and African American Studies at Temple, the center seeks to solve problems of racial inequity and injustice. It opened on Nov. 14, 2022, and it is the focal point of the university’s research in this area as well as a home for collaboration among scholars from across Temple and other universities. 

亿德体育’s Institutional Diversity, Equity, Advocacy and Leadership

机构多样性办公室, Equity, Advocacy and Leadership (IDEAL); Title IX; and 机会均等 comprise IDEAL, which seeks to engage and empower our evolving community of students, 教职员工. 

健康和福祉

We know that navigating college can be challenging for our students. We provide support systems and resources to help students manage the demands of college and set them on a pathway for success. Learn more about the 保健和福利司 at Temple.

访问和住宿

Temple prioritizes the right for people of all abilities to fully participate in the university’s programs, 资源及服务, and we work to ensure students have an equitable experience across our campuses.

对国际学生的支持

Global Engagement 

The Temple community comprises students from all over the world—approximately 3,000名国际学生在亿德体育学习. Our international students always have a home here.

Temple’s Office of Global Engagement recruits a diverse international student body, ensures that international students have the needed resources and support for success, 并鼓励学生出国留学.

留学生奖学金

The #YouAreWelcomeHere scholarship is one of the financial awards offered at Temple for international students. Each year, it recognizes two first-year international students with a vision for enhancing intercultural understanding with an annual, 可再生的奖学金.

学生组织

通过OWL连接, you can find student organizations and opportunities that help you discover and engage with peers, 与你的个人目标和价值观保持一致, 发展和扩大你的兴趣, 领导对你来说很重要的项目, and become more involved on campus and in Philadelphia.