As a Tyler student, you are also a Temple student, with full access to all of the resources available at a great metropolitan university. Temple is a vibrant place, a bustling public research university with more than 34,000 students from all walks of life pursuing academic and professional goals of every description.
Emergency phones are connected directly to campus police and are located throughout the campus.
Beige phones are for inter-campus-only dialing.
Tyler Dean and Administration offices, Advising Suite, and Registration Offices are located on the second floor of the Tyler Art building.
Tyler Admissions, Continuing Education, and Exhibitions Offices are located on the first floor of the Tyler Art building.
Tyler Student Life is in the Exhibitions Office Suite behind Admissions. You must enter through Temple Contemporary. If the door is locked, you can call on the beige phone next to Admissions, and if we’re here we’ll come out and let you in.
Stella Elkins Tyler Galleries are located on the Lower Level of the Tyler Art building. Contact the Exhibitions Office for reservations.
Artist Palette Café is on the first floor of the Tyler Art building and is open during the fall and spring semesters 8am – 6pm
Art School Safety Guide is available here.
Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972 requires that each college or university establish due process for the resolution of academic grievances. Students enrolled at Temple University have the right to appeal academic decisions that they dispute. Each school and college at Temple University has established and adheres to its own grievance procedure. The following procedures are specifically applicable to all degree programs of Tyler School of Art.More
The Undergraduate Bulletin is produced by the Office of the Provost to present general information about Temple University and specific information about undergraduate academic programs. Although every effort is made to provide complete and accurate information, the descriptions of programs and policies are announcements only and in no way serve as a contract.More