TFMA academic advisors will help you chart your course through your degree program and major, discuss academic electives, and all the policies and procedures regarding registration, withdrawals, changes of major and leaves of absence. Current students can schedule an appointment to meet with an academic advisor using the online appointment scheduler in the TUportal Student Tools tab. Students can also email email@example.com for assistance with scheduling appointments.
Please visit your academic advisor at least once per semester, to make sure that you are on track. Students who plan to study abroad need to plan early, ideally before the beginning of the sophomore year.
Students interested in Temple Theaters London should review the program requirements and courses.
Information on advisors can be found at the individual degree pages HERE if enter your intended degree.
Academic Advising maintains a physical file of important documentation regarding your academic progress, but the University also provides digital tools to guide you, including the DARS (Degree Audit Reporting System). Undergraduate students and their advisors use the DARS to plan and track a student’s academic career at Temple. Click for more information about the DARS.
The faculty is also an invaluable resource for specific information about your major as well as about graduate school or preparation for a future career in theater and related fields.
Students should select a faculty advisor within their first year in the department. Students should start by contacting the head of the their area of interest. If you do not have an area interest or are undecided you should begin by meeting with Professor David Ingram, advisor to Theater Studies students. Student may change faculty advisors during their tenure in the department. Many faculty members have open sign-up sheets on their office doors for students in need of advising throughout the semester.
Marie Anne Chiment, Costume Design firstname.lastname@example.org
Fred M. Duer, Scenic Design email@example.com
David Ingram, Theater Studies firstname.lastname@example.org
Matthew Miller,Theater Education & Stage Management email@example.com
Peter Reynolds, Musical Theater & Directing firstname.lastname@example.org
Donna Snow, Acting email@example.com
Students occasionally may need to withdraw from a class, take a leave of absence or request a program change. Students should discuss any special situation with their academic advisor, their instructors and Student Financial Services to determine the best course of action before proceeding. The forms for these special can be found online on the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Studies' site.