Policies and Procedures for Undergraduates
GenEd Curriculum Information
- All undergraduate students admitted as freshman beginning Fall 2008 and for all transfer students who are admitted to Temple for Fall 2010 and after follow the GenEd Curriculum.
- GenEd Waiver Information
- GenEd course lists
University Core Curriculum Information
- Undergraduate students admitted as freshman prior to Fall 2008 and transfer students who were admitted to Temple prior to Fall 2010 follow the Core Curriculum.
- Core course lists
Using Self Service Banner to Register
- Access Banner
- Search for Courses
- Register for Courses
- Add to the Course Worksheet
- Add/Drop Courses
- View your Weekly Schedule
Opportunities for New Students
University Seminars offer opportunities for students at each stage of their undergraduate career. Each seminar carries undergraduate credit, taught in a small class setting, and all but the Junior seminar include a Peer Instructor, who provides the "student perspective."
Click here for the Fall 2011 schedule of sections.
- First Year Seminars I and II assist new students with their transition to the University.
- Sophomore Seminars provide opportunities to work on professional planning and development.
- Transfer Seminars introduce the opportunities and resources of the University and provide opportunities to work on professional planning and development, i.e. Sophomore Seminar "+."
- Junior Seminars focus on professional planning and development and on preparing for post-graduate educational opportunities.
Finding University Seminar courses (forthcoming)
Community-Based Learning (CBL)
Community-Based Learning (CBL) is a pedagogy that links necessary work conducted in community contexts to academic study in a rigorous, intentional, and meaningful fashion. It heightens the relevance of academic subjects by directly linking classroom learning to experiences in communities which may be defined by geography, affinity, or organization.
Finding Community-Based Learning courses (forthcoming)
Advising Office Contact Information
Links to Undergraduate Advising Centers:
- Academic Resource Center (Division of University Studies and Main Campus Office of Continuing Studies)
- Art, Tyler School of Art
- Business and Management, Fox School of
- Communications and Theater, School of
- Education, College of
- Engineering, College of
- Environmental Design, School of
- Health Professions + Social work, College of
- Liberal Arts, College of
- Music and Dance, Boyer College of
- Pre-Professional Health Studies
- Science and Technology, College of
- Social Work, School of
- Tourism and Hospitality Management, School of
- University Honors Program
Links to Campus Advising Information: