Tyler School of Art and Architecture students have access to academic advising as well as a variety of academic resources, both within Tyler and across Temple—a large, public research university—to help them reach their goals.
Tyler Academic Advising
Tyler's Academic Advising team offers every Tyler student one-on-one, personal and academic guidance, beginning at orientation, right through graduation. Same-day walk-in appointments are available or you can schedule a meeting easily using their online system.
Stay on track to graduation
Through Temple’s Fly in 4 program, Tyler undergraduates are given a map to complete their requirements and earn their degree in four years—a key factor in reducing student debt. Students and their advisors use DARS (the Degree Audit Reporting System) to stay on track.
Temple University resources
- The Student Success Center, Temple’s one-stop shop for academic support, offers coaching, a Writing Center and a STEM Learning Lab. Services for graduate students include academic support and writing and research retreats.
- The Office of Scholar Development and Fellowship Advising provides guidance to students seeking merit-based scholarships and fellowships, such as Student Fulbright Grants, which Tyler graduate students continue to leverage.
- The Digital Scholarship Center is a collaborative space for textual analysis, creating 3-D spaces, geospatial technology, games and visualizations.
Temple’s new, state-of-the-art Charles Library, located a block from Tyler, is an incubator for collaboration and the exchange of ideas. Designed by Snøhetta, the library is home to maker spaces, a robotic retrieval system, lectures and exhibitions. Students have access to guidance on projects and a specialized reference librarian devoted to Tyler students’ needs.
Temple University's new Charles Library, designed by Snøhetta. © Michael Grimm
The TECH Center
Beyond Tyler’s digital resources, students can utilize Temple’s TECH Center—a 75,000-square-foot, 24-hour computer center, the largest of its kind in the nation. Here, you’ll find a variety of spaces to enable students to work collaboratively or individually. Students have access to a multimedia studio, laptop and tablet loans, recording booths and more.