The candidates were asked about several points including community relations, their positions on the potential on-campus football stadium, their view of the current TSG administration.
The two teams had differing opinions on Temple's proposed football stadium and sexual assault resources.
The two teams will debate twice before students vote on April 4th and 5th.
The program includes resources for students in recovery from a substance use disorder.
After criticism from the city, Temple retracted its estimated meal plan increase as a result of the sugary beverage tax.
The school has called for “non-traditional” candidates to apply.
The findings for the research could influence future PennDOT projects.
The meeting was held over the phone because of a snowstorm that hit Philadelphia on Tuesday.
The speakers also discussed how an executive order that was signed hours before the forum would affect Temple students.
The Temple Administrative Services Building is about a block from the PECO substation where the fire occurred.