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Academic Advising Information

Office of the Academic Advisor for BFA
Howard Fishman
215-777-9193
Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., by appointment

Office of the Academic Advisor for Architecture, Art, Art Education, Art History
Engineering & Architecture Building, Room 806
215-204-6389
lduffy@temple.edu
Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., by appointment

Major Advising
Architecture
Engineering & Architecture Building, Room 909
215-204-8813
archinfo@temple.edu

Art and Art Education

Jo-Anna J. Moore, Ed.D., Chairperson

Tyler School of Art Building
Administrative Suite Room 210J

215-777-9163
artedart@temple.edu

Art
Undergraduate Contact: Marilyn Holsing, MA Professor of Art, Undergraduate Advisor

Tyler School of Art Building
Administrative Suite Room 210K
215-777-9163
marilyn.holsing@temple.edu
artedart@temple.edu

Art History
Professor Gerald Silk, Chairperson
Tyler School of Art Building
Administrative Suite Room 210L

215-777-9165

gsilk@temple.edu

Crafts
Professor Nicholas Kripal, Chairperson
Tyler School of Art Building
Administrative Suite Room 210N
215-777-9168
nkripal@temple.edu

Ceramics
Professor Nicholas Kripal, Area Chairperson

215-777-9201

nkripal@temple.edu


Fibers
Professor Rebecca Medel, Area Chairperson

Room 250

215-777-9136
rmedel@temple.edu

Glass
Professor Jon Clark, Area Chairperson
Room 120

215-777-9128
jonclark@temple.edu

Foundation Program
Gerard Brown, Area Chairperson
Tyler School of Art Building
Administrative Suite Room 210P
215-777-9170
g.brown@temple.edu

Graphic Arts and Design
Professor Stephanie Knopp, Chairperson
Tyler School of Art Building
Administrative Suite Room 210V
215-777-9145
stephanie.knopp@temple.edu

Graphic & Interactive Design
Professor Alice Drueding, Area Chairperson
Tyler School of Art Building Room 240

215-777-9890
drueding@temple.edu

Metals/Jewelry/CAD-CAM

Professor Stanley Lechtzin, Area Chairperson

Tyler School of Art Building Room 220

215-777-9129

stanlech@temple.edu

Photography
Professor Martha Madigan, Area Chairperson
Tyler School of Art Building Room B30

215-777-9192
mmadigan@temple.edu

Printmaking
Professor Daniel Dallmann, Area Chairperson
Tyler School of Art Building Room 260

215-777-9125
dallmann@temple.edu

Painting, Drawing, and Sculpture
Professor Margo Margolis, Chairperson
Tyler School of Art Building
Administrative Suite Room 210U
215-777-9176
margom@temple.edu

Painting
Professor Margo Margolis, Area Chairperson
Tyler School of Art Building Room 300
215-777-9176
margom@temple.edu

Sculpture
Professor Jude Tallichet, Area Chairperson
Tyler School of Art Building Rooms 130/140
215-777-9155
jude@temple.edu

 

For BFA Students:

Advising is provided individually and in groups to full-time, matriculated students enrolled in Tyler School of Art. Additionally, the Wednesday before the start of registration is set aside each semester for advising purposes, at which time students receive their DARS and meet with an advisor. First-year students are advised by the academic coordinator and are automatically registered by the Tyler Office of Registration and Records. Studio advising is provided in the second year by sophomore studio advisors as assigned in each area. Major advising is by studio advisors in the student's area with academic advising provided by the academic coordinator.

Freshmen are automatically scheduled for both their fall and spring semester studio classes. Midway through their second semester, freshmen are advised both individually and in groups by the academic coordinator and designated assistants on policies, methods, and procedures to assist them in self-registration for their first sophomore semester.

Sophomores also meet with the academic coordinator and selected advisors who will help them register for their second sophomore semester. When sophomores register for their junior year, they are assigned to a major advisor, a faculty member from the major they enter, who will continue to advise the student during his/her junior and senior years on studio matters.

Juniors, seniors, and all transfer students should continue to consult the academic coordinator for advising and course requirements.

 

Additional Advising Services

The academic coordinator should be contacted if there are questions concerning courses that require placement testing. The coordinator meets with all students on academic probation or designated "at-risk" by virtue of multiple mid-term deficiency notices and is responsible for specific adjustments due students with disabilities. Although the coordinator has scheduled hours, we suggest calling 215-777-9193 for an appointment.

 

For Architecture, Art & Art Education, and Art History Students:

Advising is provided to matriculated students enrolled in the Architecture, Art & Art Education, and Art History programs on the Main Campus by the director of Academic Services and the major undergraduate advisors in the departments.

The week before the start of registration is set aside each semester for advising purposes, at which time students can obtain their DARS report and meet with an advisor. Major advising is by advisors in the student's area with academic advising provided by the academic advisor. The director of Academic Services meets with undeclared students who are interested in various Tyler majors.

The academic advisor should be contacted if there are questions concerning English 0802 (Analytical Reading & Writing), Mosaics (Intellectual Heritage 0851 & 0852), and other General Education (for new freshmen) or Core curriculum (for new transfer students) requirements, or developmental courses in English and Mathematics. The advisor meets with all students on academic probation or designated "at-risk" by virtue of multiple mid-term deficiency notices; is responsible for specific adjustments due students with disabilities; and is available by appointment to students with problems impacting on their academic and collegiate progress.

The Senior Associate Dean of Tyler is available for advising that cannot be handled through normal channels or to help with special problems.

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