Experience the Power of Fox’s Center for Undergraduate Advising: Three Teams, One Mission.
Our purpose is to provide quality academic advising services that empower students to make informed decisions about their education, projected career, and personal/professional life at Temple University. Students work collaboratively with our academic advising team to develop individual plans for academic success, interpret university policy, fully utilize campus resources, and engage in the process of reflection and decision making that will promote their achievement.
Schedule an Appointment
As a Fox School student, there are several ways you can meet with an academic advisor.
Fox students can book a virtual or in-person appointment with an assigned academic advisor using our Online Appointment System: https://foxweb.fox.temple.edu/foxdata/foxadvising/main/login.aspx
Freshmen and Sophomores can meet with any Freshman/Sophomore Advisor. Juniors and Seniors can meet with their assigned major advisor.
Express Advising – virtual
Students with urgent concerns are strongly encouraged to take advantage of our Virtual Front Desk. No appointment is needed, and this remains the fastest and most efficient method to immediately meet with a Fox Academic Advisor.
Use the following link to access our Virtual Front Desk, Monday thru Friday, from 9am to 5pm: https://temple.zoom.us/my/foxadvising
Express Advising – in-person
An Express Advisor will also be available in Speakman 101 to assist students with immediate, urgent matters without an appointment during regular business hours, Monday thru Friday from 8:30am to 5:00pm.
Evening Hours: During the Fall and Spring semesters, we offer virtual evening appointments which can be booked using the online appointment system.Schedule an Appointment
As an active participant in the advising process, you’ll bear the ultimate responsibility for making educational and career decisions. Therefore, the Fox School advising staff relies on you to be prepared with questions and refer to your advising notes both before and after meetings. You’re expected to know university policies and your program requirements as defined in the Bulletin and on your report.
Advisors strive to provide knowledgeable assistance to ensure your accurate understanding of university and school policies, utilization of campus resources, interpretation of curriculum requirements, and timely completion of degree requirements.