Temple prioritizes care with Health and Well-being Division
This division offers holistic support ranging from physical and sexual health to individual counseling to peer education.
Temple is committed to cultivating a campus culture of physical, mental and social wellness. As part of its dedication to care, the university has established the Health and Well-being Division. In its holistic approach, the division brings together various existing units: Student Health Services, Tuttleman Counseling Services, the Wellness Resource Center and Employee Health Services. This structure provides resources and services for a range of care including physical and sexual health, individual and group counseling, crisis support, and peer education, among others.
“Wellness impacts all aspects of a person and is a critical part of living a satisfying life,” said Mark Denys, associate vice provost of health and well-being. “By promoting stress management, exercise, sleep and nutrition for all members of the Temple community, we can have a positive effect on students’ academic success and overall happiness.”