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ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN
Introduction

General Information
Academic Advising
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College Graduation Requirements
Student Contact Information
Faculty

ProgramS Of Study

Certificate in Environmental Sustainability
Minor in Ecological Planning & Design
Certficate & Minor in Sustainable Food Systems
COMMUNITY & REGIONAL PLANNING
Bachelor of Science in Community Development
Minor in Community Development
Minor in Community & Regional Planning
LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE AND HORTICULTURE
Horticulture
Bachelor of Science
Minor in Environmental Horticulture
Associate in Science/ General Option
Associate in Science/ Business Option
Certificates
   Horticultural Therapy
   Landscape Plants
Bachelor of Science
Minor in Landscape Studies

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Academic Advising Information

Susan McCaffrey

Director - Academic Advising

Disability Resources and Services Coordinator

Academic Advising and Career Development
West Hall 109
267-468-8200
tuaadvis@temple.edu

www.temple.edu/ambler/advising/

The Office of Academic Advising and Career Development provides access for School of Environmental Design students to both professional and faculty advisors who assist students with their choice of programs and curricula, help students understand the university and its policies and procedures, and aid students in attaining their vocational and post-graduation goals.

Students must assume primary responsibility for knowing the requirements for their degree and for acquiring current information about their academic status. Academic advisors attempt to avoid errors when advising students about their program requirements, but schools and colleges cannot assume liability for errors in advising.

Newly-admitted freshmen and transfer students are advised for their first semester by professional advisors. After their first semester, students maintaining at least a 2.0 grade point average may independently register for classes online, but they are encouraged to also meet with an advisor. A graduation review is required before a student's final semester.

The services provided by this office include:

For New Students (Freshmen and Transfer):

  • Freshmen: Academic Preview during the New Student Orientation Program.
  • Transfers: required online orientation and small group information sessions.
  • Academic counseling.
  • Registration.

For Continuing Students:

  • Individual academic counseling.
  • Academic progress reviews.
  • Career development coaching and workshops.
  • Curriculum advising.
  • Final graduation clearance.
  • Pre-professional advising.
  • Transfers between colleges and campuses within the university (IUT), withdrawal, re-enrollment, reinstatement and Leave of Absence interviews.
  • Registration assistance.
  • Veterans advising.

For Continuing Studies (Non-Degree) Students, including Visiting and High School Students:

  • Academic counseling.
  • Registration.

For Students with Disabilities:

  • Documentation review.
  • Accommodation arrangements.

For Prospective Students:

  • Academic counseling.
  • Information sessions.

For All Students:

  • Referrals to other university programs and services.
  • Information on academic grievance procedures. 
    (Non-academic grievances should be directed to the Ambler Campus Office of Student Life.)
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