Make the most of your Temple University experience by getting involved! You can connect with peers, earn awards, and develop leadership skills through the programs, activities, and organizations we offer at Disability Resources and Services (DRS).
DRS awards over $100,000 a year in scholarships to students with a disability. Download an application for one of our scholarships today.
Are you looking for an internship, a job, or information about disability and employment? The DRS Career Gateway program will help prepare you for competitive career opportunities after graduation.
SHOUT Peer Mentors
SHOUT peer mentors are experienced student leaders who can help newer students with the adjustment to life at Temple University.
Do you want to get more involved in campus life, but don’t know how to start? Through the Social Xchanges group, students develop confidence in their social skills and communication. It is a great way to meet other students.
Eye to Eye
Eye to Eye members mentor students with LD/ADHD in North Philadelphia middle schools using an arts curriculum to build self-esteem. The group also fosters disability pride and combats stigma on campus.
DRS needs volunteers to promote a culture of accessibility and inclusion at Temple University. See how you can get involved.
DRS employs student workers as receptionists, assistive technology assistants, classroom assistants, and for various other projects. Learn more about open positions and how to apply.