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Academic Advising

Steven Ridenour, DAE
Director of Undergraduate Studies
Engineering Building, Room 326
215-204-8825

steven.ridenour@temple.edu

 

Advising Centers for the Major in the College of Engineering

Civil and Environmental Engineering Department

Engineering Building, Room 513
215-204-7814

ceed@temple.edu

Electrical and Computer Engineering Department

Engineering Building, Room 711
215-204-7597
eegrad@temple.edu

Mechanical Engineering Department

Engineering Building, Room 610
215-204-7808
vross@temple.edu

 

Bioengineering Department

Engineering Building, Room 813

215-204-3038

ruth.ochia@temple.edu


All students in the College of Engineering (COE) are assigned an academic or faculty advisor when they initially enroll. The student's academic advisor will confirm that the courses selected yield credits toward a degree and that the requirements of Temple University, COE, and the academic department are being met. Reference should be made to this Bulletin and to DARS in planning programs.

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

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