Undergraduate Resources

Academic Advising

The Center for Academic Advising counsels students on issues relating to both classroom and career. We can help you navigate your curriculum, choose a major, explore career opportunities and determine your post-graduation plans.

Joyce K. Salzberg Center for Professional Development

Dedicated advisors at the Joyce K. Salzberg Center for Professional Development in the College of Liberal Arts are available to guide students through their academic careers and with their career paths beyond Temple. They can help you choose a major, navigate your curriculum, identify internship opportunities, explore career opportunities and determine your post-graduation plans. 

Computer Labs and Printing

The College of Liberal Arts operates computer labs, computer classrooms and kiosks in various locations across Main Campus. Please visit our Computer Labs and Classrooms page to learn more about computer and printing locations and policies.

Change of Program

To transfer to the College of Liberal Arts from another college within Temple University, you must complete the change of program procedures. If you’re a current Temple student looking to transfer into the College of Liberal Arts, please visit the policies and procedures section on our advising page for your next steps. 

Awards and Scholarships

Each year on the eve of Commencement, the College of Liberal Arts community gathers to honor its best and brightest students at our annual Baccalaureate Awards Ceremony. Visit our awards and scholarships page to find out what awards you’re eligible for. If you would like to be nominated for any of the awards, please see the faculty undergraduate director of your major. 

Graduate Student Resources

Graduate Student Programming

The Office of the Dean in the College of Liberal Arts is committed to providing programming tailored to graduate students throughout the upcoming academic year. Programming will revolve around the topics that are key to a healthy, successful and productive experience in our graduate programs. This includes mental health and wellness, professional development and career diversity, and anti-racist/Safe Zone training provided by the university’s Office of Institutional Diversity, Equity, Advocacy and Leadership (IDEAL). All programming will take place virtually for the upcoming academic year. Programming announcements will be made via email, posted on the university events calendar and promoted on Twitter.

Student Grievance Procedures

These procedures have been developed for students who wish to appeal an academic matter, including final course grades, comprehensive or preliminary exam results, or dismissals. 

Undergraduate and Graduate Grievance Contacts