Recreation and Wellness

Recreation

Temple University Ambler offers a variety of recreational and intramural activities for its students. These activities are specifically designed for the Ambler Campus and include: intramural leagues, informal recreation and weekly activities held throughout the year. Learn more about recreation at Ambler.

Tuttleman Counseling Services 

It's not uncommon to experience some type of mental or emotional concern during college. To help you identify, understand and resolve your issues, we offer free, confidential services, such as one-on-one counseling, support groups and educational programs. Assistance is confidential and free of charge. Temple Ambler has a Tuttleman counselor available on-site one day a week to give Temple Ambler students easy access to counseling. Learn more about our counseling services.

Wellness Resource Center 

The Wellness Resource Center (WRC) at Main Campus provides students with wellness education, resources and prevention services to help you make informed choices about your health. Most services are free or low cost,  and all are confidential. Learn more about the Wellness Resource Center.

Nature Rx

Studies show that spending time in nature can increase mood and productivity, and alleviate stress. The Ambler Arboretum of Temple University, which encompasses the entirety of the Ambler Campus, is the perfect place for some Nature Rx! Learn more about Nature Rx at Temple Ambler.

Temple University Infant and Child Laboratory

The Temple University Infant and Child Laboratory, located at Temple Ambler, invites parents and their children to help shape the future by participating in research at the frontiers of science. The Lab is directed by nationally recognized child development authorities and professors Dr. Kathy Hirsh-Pasek and Dr. Nora Newcombe. Faculty and staff provide fun-filled activities for infants and toddlers who become part of cutting-edge discoveries. Parents learn more about children's first words and the ability to create mental maps. In the lab, infants and toddlers teach scientists new ways to optimize education and advance learning. Learn more about the Infant and Child Laboratory.