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Sport & Recreation Management
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Sport & Recreation Promotion
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Event Leadership
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Geography of Sport, Recreation, & Tourism Planning
Specialization, Geography of Tourism
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Business
General Business Studies
Tourism & Hospitality Management
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Hospitality Operations
Destination Management
Event Leadership
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Geography of Sport, Recreation, & Tourism Planning
Specialization, Geography of Tourism
Minors
Business
General Business Studies

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  Academic Programs / Tourism & Hospitality

Academic Advising

Jarvis Bailey, Student Services/Associate Director

Jarvis.Bailey@temple.edu

215-204-1754

Lauren Nicholson, Student Services/Undergraduate Academic Advisor

lauren.nicholson@temple.edu

215-204-8759

Jessica Cook, Student Services/Undergraduate Academic Advisor

jessica.cook@temple.edu

215-204-8912

 

Services Provided Through the Center for Student Services (CSS)

Center for Student Services (CSS)

349 Speakman Hall (006-68)

1810 North 13th Street

Philadelphia, PA 19122

215-204-8905

The School of Tourism and Hospitality Management's advising unit, the CSS, provides individualized information on placement exams and results, majors, minors, course sequence and load, scheduling, career planning, and academic resources. As a result, students are better equipped to make well-informed decisions regarding their futures.

The CSS encourages a collaborative relationship between advisor and student, ultimately empowering the student to make sound and responsible decisions concerning his or her education. The student takes an active role in the utilization of the services offered by the school, and the university at large, while the academic advisor strives to assist the student with his or her academic, cultural, emotional, and pre-professional needs.

 

Special Advising Policies and Procedures

The school utilizes group advising sessions; scheduled Saturday, evening, and virtual sessions; and walk-in sessions; however, students are encouraged to schedule individualized appointments to cater to their specific academic needs.

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