General FAQs

  • Go to dars.temple.edu
  • Click “Run Audit”
  • The most recent audit will appear at the top.
  • Click “View Audit”.
  • Log into TUPortal
  • Click on the “Student Tools” tab on the top of the page
  • Under the “Student Accounts” section (top right) click on “Account Summary by Term”
  • Log into TUPortal
  • Click on the “Student Tools” tab on the top of the page
  • Under the “Student Accounts” section (top right) click on “TUPay”

If you are a student in the Fox School and want to change your major to another area within business, notify your advisor. If you are a student in the Fox School and want to change you major to an area outside of business, contact the advising office in your intended major to review program requirements and complete an Intra-University Transfer Form. Schools may require that you attend a workshop prior to transfer.

Click here for more information.

Your academic transcript is your official confirmation of graduation.

Courses FAQs

If you have not attended in 1 semester, your records are now inactive. Complete and return an application for re-enrollment. Forms are also available in Speakman Hall, room 101. If you have have not enrolled at Temple in five years, some limits may be placed on upper level business credits earned previously and you may be required to meet current program requirements. Once readmitted, you will meet an advisor and register for classes.

Deadlines for readmission are August 1 for Fall, December 1 for Spring, and April 1 for summer sessions. All holds must be cleared prior to submission of the application.

Students are permitted to take 18 credits in the Fall/Spring semesters or 8 credits in either summer session. If you would like to take more than this, you must meet with your advisor to get permission to take the overload. Please note, a cumulative GPA of 3.0 and a MEETING WITH AN ADVISOR is required for approval.

To receive credit for courses taken at another institution during the regular academic year or summer sessions, matriculated students in good academic standing must submit a petition (More Info).

  • Approval is limited to students taking the course outside of commuting distance to Temple.
  • Permission may be granted to take the following business courses: Accounting 2101, 2102, CIS 1055, Economics 1101, 1102, Human Resource Management 1101, 2501, Law 1001 or 1102, Marketing 2101, Risk Management & Insurance 2101, Statistics 1001, 1102, 2101, 2102.
  • All other business courses must be taken at schools accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).
  • Permission is rescinded if the student’s GPA falls below 2.0, or the student is placed on academic warning or probation.

As with all courses accepted in transfer, only a grade of C- or higher is acceptable; an official transcript from the institution to be attended must be forwarded directly to the Temple University Office of Undergraduate Admissions before the beginning of the following semester.

Study Abroad also requires prior approval of both the program and the courses.

Virtual Advising FAQs

If you are an approved virtual advising student, you can schedule an appointment with the virtual advisor via the Fox School Advising Office Appointment System.Go to dars.temple.edu
Click “Run Audit”
The most recent audit will appear at the top.
Click “View Audit”.

Shortly before your scheduled appointment, you will receive emailed instructions on how to join the meeting. Please note that the email will be sent to your Temple University email address.

Your evaluation sheet will be emailed to you before your virtual advising session. Please have the evaluation sheet open on your computer and ready to view in preparation for the virtual advising session.

Your virtual advising session is scheduled for 30 minutes, please be ready to begin the session promptly. In consideration of other students, your session will be shortened due to lateness. We are not able to exceed our time slots as virtual advising sessions are scheduled back-to-back.

You do not need a webcam to communicate with the virtual advisor, however, a web connection is required. You can use your PC, laptop microphone or telephone call-in number (provided when logging into WebEx). Follow the instructions in the e-mail and you will be asked which method you prefer.