|Tuesday, December 13 - Sunday, January 15||Early Term Start Courses|
|Monday, January 16||Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (no classes held)|
|Tuesday, January 17||
Full Term 16-week Courses and 7-week Courses (7A) begin
|Monday, January 23||Last day to add or drop a 7-week (7A) course|
|Monday, January 30||Last day to add or drop a Full Term 16-week course|
|Wednesday, February 1||Undergraduate midterm progress ratings for 7-week Courses (7A) begin|
- In 1999, the Governor signed into law House Bill 8, now known as Act 48, which changed the requirements for maintaining an active Pennsylvania professional educator certificate.
- Add / Drop Policy
- Students who withdraw from classes by the end of the drop/add period (the end of the second week or day ten of classes) of a semester or summer session will have their courses dropped. There will be no academic responsibility.
- Exam Schedule
- All day and evening classes will have final examinations, according to the schedule linked below, in their regular classrooms. Students attending classes that meet for more than 2 hours on any given day should contact their Dean's Office to find out when, and where, their examinations will be held.
- Course Description
- To obtain copies of course descriptions you should complete the Course Description Request form (PDF) and send it to the Office of the University Registrar.
- Course Legends
- Enrollment verification provides information regarding a student's enrollment status (full-time or part-time), dates of attendance, degrees sought or awarded, and program of study. This service is provided free of charge to students.
- Temple University keeps educational records to facilitate the development of our students. Confidentiality of those records is maintained by the University according to federal law, The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) of 1974.
- Undergraduate: In the junior year of an undergraduate program, or when 80 semester hours have been completed, students should begin an ongoing graduation check with their academic advisors in order to determine that they are meeting the university, college, departmental, and program requirements for their degree and for graduation.
- Graduate:Students can apply once they complete 12 semester hours and the appropriate GPA requirement.
- Approximately six to eight weeks after the date of degree conferral, diplomas are mailed to the permanent address listed in the Self-Service Banner (SSB). Addresses may be viewed and changed online through SSB.
- A student's Grade Point Average (GPA) is the weighted average value of all grade points earned by enrollment in a course at Temple Univeristy.
- Undergraduate, Graduate, and Professional Schools Grading Systems
- Academic History for current students can be viewed from the Records Channel in Self Service Banner (SSB). Log onto TUportal and choose either Academic History (for all semesters attended) or Final Grades for a particular semester.
- Under Pennsylvania state law, a student is classified either as a resident of Pennsylvania or a nonresident. The term "Pennsylvania resident" for tuition purposes may differ from other definitions of Pennsylvania residency.
- An overview of all the information necessary for registration.
- A transcript is the official statement of your academic history at the University and bears the seal and signature of the Registrar. It is printed on secure paper to prevent unauthorized alteration or duplication.
- Students may change their addresses or phone numbers in TUportal by selecting the "Student Tools" tab and then choosing "View Addresses and Phones" tab on the right, filling out the appropriate information.
- An official name change due to marriage, divorce, typographical/data entry errors must be made by providing a copy of a legal document which presents the new name.
- All eligible veterans must apply for benefits through the Office of The University Registrar when they are admitted to the University and at the beginning of each subsequent semester.