Accounting – Monday through Friday, 10 AM to 2 PM, Alter 403D
Actuarial Science – Please refer to your syllabus or Canvas for your TA’s hours.
Business Communications – 1810 Liacouras Walk Suite 209
Economics – tutoring offered through Temple’s Student Success Center
Finance 3101 tutoring – Please refer to your syllabus or Canvas for your TA’s hours.
Legal Studies – Please refer to your syllabus or Canvas for your TA’s hours.
Management Information Systems – Please refer to your syllabus or Canvas for your TA’s hours.
Management Science/Operations Management – Tutors available in Alter Hall 506H.
Marketing – Tutors available in Alter Hall 501B for Customer Data Analytics (MKT 3509 only).
Risk Management & Insurance – Please refer to your syllabus or Canvas for your TA’s hours.
Ambler Campus Tutoring Services and Support Services
- Ida Lule
Monday – 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Wenesday – 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Friday – 1:00PM to 4:00PM
- Cassandra Novakis
Tuesday – 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Thursday – 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Friday – 1:00PM to 3:00PM
- Shah Taskin
Monday – 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
Tuesday – 9AM to 11:30AM
Wenesday – 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
Thursday – 9:00AM to 11:30AM
- Hongyu zhao
Wenesday – 4pm to 7:30pm (in office & ZOOM)
Thursday – 10:30am to 1:30pm
Friday 4pm to 7:30pm (in office & ZOOM)
- Madeline Neville
Monday – 1pm to 2:30pm
Tuesday – 9:30am to 12pm
Thursday – 9:30am to 12pm
- Madeline Neville (Peer Teacher)
Tuesday (Class) 7pm to 9pm
Thursday (office hours) 7pm to 9pm
ZOOM link: https://temple.zoom.us/j/98352449916
Thursday (Class) 7pm to 9pm
Thursday (office hours) 6pm to 7pm, 9pm to 10pm
ZOOM link: https://temple.zoom.us/j/93378337727
On-on-one tutoring by appointment with a Fox Math/Stat tutor. Tutor will email the morning of your appointment with the zoom connection link. If the below times do not work for you, please see the below “Center for Learning and Student Success (CLASS) schedule.
Tutoring with Wilson Dodds, email@example.com:
- Mon, Wed: 5pm-8pm
- Tue, Thu: 10am-12pm
Tutoring with Michael Granovskiy, firstname.lastname@example.org:
- Tuesday: 9:30 am – 1:30 pm
- Wednesday: 5:30 pm – 9:30 pm
- Thursday: 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Temple’s Student Success Center (CLASS)
- All students taking courses at Ambler and TUCC that CLASS serves have been enrolled in an CLASS Blackboard Organization. This Organization contains details about Online Tutoring if you would like to take advantage of this service. Students will use WebEx for an updated Online Tutoring experience.
Temple University Center City (TUCC)
- One-on-One tutoring by appointment in Room 604 at TUCC (1515 Market Street)
- Tuesdays: 4 PM to 8 PM
- Click here to schedule an appointment.
- Email Michael Granovskiy at email@example.com with questions or requests for alternative hours.
Additional Academic Support Services
Academic Resource Center – www.temple.edu/arc
The ARC serves Temple Students in Transition who are not quite sure of their academic path. The ARC assists students undeclared in other schools or colleges at Temple and students considering changing their major or school or college
Student Success Center
The Student Success Center (SSC) is a comprehensive, “one-stop-shop” academic support center. We work to meet the needs of a global community of undergraduate and graduate students as they participate in the academic and cultural environment of Temple University. The SSC offers STEM and writing tutoring, help with courses, assistance with study skills and time management, language support, and graduate services!
To learn more about the SSC’s programs and services, you can visit their website at studentsuccess.temple.edu.
Do Your Homework – Start Planning
- Attend Foundations of Study Abroad session
- Schedule an appointment with your academic advisor to make an academic plan. Consider what courses will fit in your program and take into account residency requirements:
- The majority (at least 51%) of each major, minor, certificate must be completed through Fox unless otherwise specified in the requirements for the minor or certificate.
- A minimum of 50% of a student’s business courses must be completed through Fox.
- 45 of the student’s last 60 credits must be taken at Temple University.
- To graduate with Latin Honors, a student must complete at least 60 semester hours of the program matriculated at Temple.
- Meet with Study Abroad Advisor in 200 Tuttleman regarding:
- Program options
- Course offerings
- Request for Approval to Study Abroad form
- Visa information
- Scholarship information
- Attend Financing Study Abroad, Scholarship, and program-specific info sessions.
Prepare for the Selected Program
- Once you are approved to study abroad with an External Program, you will have access to the Course Approval Workflow in TUportal
- Collect syllabi from your external program or host institution
- Upload syllabi to your Course Approval Request in TUportal
- Courses can be evaluated for Major, Minor, elective, or GenEd Credit
- You will have the option to have a course evaluated as a GenEd within your request
- Once you have submitted syllabi for all of your intended study abroad courses, submit your Course Approval Request
- You will be notified throughout the process if there are any issues with your approvals
Enjoy your experience abroad.
- Take your academic plan with you.
- Register for your returning semester during priority registration.
- Contact your advisor to set-up a virtual advising appointment if needed.
- Remember to request your transcript at the completion of your study abroad program and have it sent to:
Education Abroad & Overseas Campuses
200 Tuttleman Learning Center
1809 N 13th St
Philadelphia, PA 19122
- Follow-up with your advisor the following semester to confirm credits were posted.
Special note: You are responsible to keep copies of all your documentation.
As required by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) of 1974, Temple University cannot disclose a student’s education records without the written consent of a student or without proof that the student is the federal tax dependent of the parent.
FERPA provides the following rights for students and for the parents of dependent students attending Temple University:
- The right of a student, with minor limitations, to inspect and review his or her education records;
- The right to request amendment of a student’s education records to ensure that they are not inaccurate, misleading, or otherwise in violation of the student’s privacy or other rights;
- The right, with certain exceptions, to consent to disclosures of personally identifiable information contained in the student’s education records;
- The right to withhold public disclosure of any or all items of so-called “Directory Information” by written notification to the Office of the Dean of Students.
- Under current University policy, the item “Directory Information” includes a student’s name, street address, e-mail address, confirmation of enrollment status (full-time/part-time), dates of attendance, degree received, awards received (e.g., Dean’s List), major field of study, participation in officially recognized activities and sports and weight and height of members of athletic teams.
- The right to file a complaint with the Department of Education concerning the alleged failure of Temple University to comply with the requirements of FERPA and of the implementing regulations.
The procedures for exercising the above rights are explained in “Temple University’s Guidelines Pertaining to Confidentiality of Student Records” available to view online, http://policies.temple.edu/ferpa. Included in the University Guidelines is a description of the types and locations of educational records maintained by Temple University.
If your or your parents’ primary or home language is not English, upon your request, reasonable efforts will be made to provide you with a translated copy of this “Annual Notice,” as well as with “Temple University’s Guidelines Pertaining to Confidentiality of Student Records” by the Office of the Dean of Students.
Please note that, in compliance with a 1997 federal statute designed to advance military recruiting, Temple may release dates of birth to the military unless the student notifies Temple that he or she wishes this information withheld.
How to Waive FEPRA Rights
In order to provide a waiver of a student’s FERPA rights to a specific person, the student should log into the TUportal:
- Select “Self-Service Banner” under the TUApplications Menu
- Select “Student”
- Select “FERPA Contacts”
- After reading the informational text, select “New Contact”
- Enter the requested information and select the “Submit Changes”
Temple University students who believe that instructors are introducing extraneous material into class discussions or that their grades are being affected by their opinions or views that are unrelated to a course’s subject matter can file a complaint under the University’s policy on Student and Faculty Academic Rights and Responsibilities. The policy encourages students to first discuss their concerns with their instructor. If a student is uncomfortable doing so, or if discussions with the instructor do not resolve the student’s concerns, an informal complaint can be made to the Student Ombudsperson for the student’s school or college. Unresolved complaints may be referred to the dean for handling in accordance with the school or college’s established grievance procedure. Final appeals will be determined by the Provost.
Fox School Grievance Procedures and Ombudsperson
All students in the Fox School of Business and Management are expected to abide by Fox School Code of Conduct.
With confidentiality and by assuming a neutral or impartial role, an ombudsperson assists all members of the university community in informally solving problems and resolving conflicts while promoting alternatives to more formal processes.
Ombudspersons support effective communication, cooperation, equity and civility in academic and work environments through coaching individuals, facilitating communication between persons and departments, mediation, providing information on university policy, and where needed, recommending appropriate institutional action or change.
Students who believe that they have been treated unfairly in an academic matter should first meet with the appropriate ombudsperson. If the matter is not resolved informally, a formal grievance may be filed following the required steps as outlined in the Student Grievance Form.
Undergraduate Students Contacts
Office of Fox Undergraduate Student Ombudsperson
Center for Undergraduate Advising
Speakman Hall, Room 101