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Academic Advising


Center for Undergraduate Advising


The Center for Undergraduate Advising provides advising at three campuses: Main, Ambler, and TUCC.

The Main Campus office is open every weekday. The Ambler and Center City offices are open on selected days and evenings. Please see our web site for current office hours and staff: www.fox.temple.edu/cms_academics/dept/advising/.


Main Campus advising includes an intentional focus on the developmental trajectory of first and second year students through the Freshman/Sophomore unit. This unit focuses on the transition to college life, major exploration within Fox, successful completion of the lower-division foundation requirements, and retention. Main Campus upper class students are assigned to an academic advisor based on their declared major. The Junior/Senior unit assists students in preparing for graduation and the transition to the business world by articulating curriculum requirements and departmental expectations.


Students are expected to know University Policies and their program requirements as defined in their Bulletin and on their DARS report, which can be accessed via TUportal by clicking on the Student Tools tab and then selecting Degree Audit in the Records channel. Advisors will help students with program questions and will provide information to help students define their academic goals and plan the academic course sequence to meet these goals. Advisors will also refer students to additional academic resources and university support services as needed. Students will find additional resources for planning their program in the Fox Undergraduate Advising web site: www.fox.temple.edu/cms_academics/dept/advising/ or the Fox Undergraduate Advising Blackboard community.



Peer Advising


The Center for Undergraduate Advising at the Fox School of Business and Management provides peer advising on Main Campus to Fox students. Peer advisors are an integral part of the Center for Undergraduate Advising. They provide the perspective of an upper class student in the college and assist business students in making the transition into Temple by sharing their strategies for academic success and knowledge of campus resources. To learn more about peer advising, please visit our web site: http://community.mis.temple.edu/peeradvisors/



Office of the Ombudsperson


The Fox School of Business and Management Ombudsperson will assist students in resolving problems and conflicts that might arise from the classroom, acting as mediator between faculty and students while promoting alternatives to more formal processes.  The ombudsperson supports effective communication, cooperation, equity and civility in academic and work environments through coaching individuals, facilitating communication between persons and departments, providing information on university policy, and where needed, recommending appropriate institutional action or change.


The grievance procedures can be reviewed online or contact the Center for Undergraduate Advising at foxombud@temple.edu or 215-204-7672 for further information.

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