Academic Advising and Degree Auditing
Your school or college advising office can help you choose classes and complete requirements for core classes. Once you have declared a major, faculty or staff advisors in your academic department will work with you to ensure that all major requirements have been met.
- Undergraduate Advising by School or College
- Pre-Professional Health Studies
- Degree Auditing and Reporting System (DARS)
If you need support, Temple has the academic resources you need to help you meet your goals, from general degree guidance to one-on-one tutoring in math and writing.
- Academic Resource Center: Advising for Continuing Studies (non-degree) students, University Studies (undeclared) students and students in transition
- Continuing Studies: Resources for visiting students, professionals, adult learners and others
- Disability Resources and Services: Placement testing and academic accommodations, including test-taking, sign language/CART, assistive technology and more
- Undergraduate Studies: Office of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Studies, the administrative unit responsible for undergraduate programs and academic affairs
- University Studies: The academic home for students who have not yet decided on a school/college or major, students in pre-health professions programs and students in transition within the university
- Student Success Center: Academic support services and tutoring designed to help students succeed in their coursework and beyond
- Writing Center: One-on-one tutoring across curricula to assist undergraduate and graduate students with their writing goals
- Honors Program: Temple's Honors Program, dedicated to providing high-achieving students with enriching opportunities and holistic advising in an inclusive community
- Business Honors Program: A challenging program for students enrolled in the Fox School of Business
- Department Honors: See your academic department for information about honors programs