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Group Advising Fall 2010. Less Than 60 Credits. Registration Dates. *Credit total includes all transferred credits + credits earned as of registration date. Fall 2010 credits enrolled in DO NOT count. Registration. Temple’s Registration process Finding courses – TUcourses

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Group AdvisingFall 2010

Less Than 60 Credits

Registration Dates

*Credit total includes all transferred credits + credits earned as of registration date.

Fall 2010 credits enrolled in DO NOT count


  • Temple’s Registration process

  • Finding courses – TUcourses

  • STHM Course Waiting List

Courses to Register for in Spring

  • 1st semester Freshmen – spring courses

    • Leadership (1114)

    • Intro Class (1211 or 1311)

    • 3 Gen Ed classes

      • If you are in ENG 701 or MAT 701 this fall – take the next level of ENG or MAT (GW / GQ)

  • By the end of Sophomore Year:

    • All 1000 level STHM courses

    • 2112, 2114

    • All Gen Ed courses

    • Two Fox courses

Summer 2011 courses

  • 2112 – Sophomore Research

  • 3111 – Program and Special Event Planning

  • 3213 – Budget & Finance in Sport and Rec

  • 3313 – Financial Issues in Tourism & Hosp

  • Also, there will be a THM Gen Ed course offered

    • Sport and Rec majors should NOT register for this course as it is closely related to Intro to Sport and thus cannot be taken

DARS: The official record of your degree

  • This is the record used for graduation clearances so if something does not show as complete, you cannot be cleared to graduate

  • Should be referred to TWICE every semester.

    • After you register, check your DARS the next day to be sure the courses you chose to fulfill Core or Gen Ed are showing as RG under that requirement

    • After grades are posted

      • When a requirement is NOT complete, it looks like this:


      • When a requirement IS complete, it looks like this:


  • If you think you completed a requirement and it is showing as incomplete, you can talk to an advisor or email

  • Progress Toward Your Degree

    • 1.67: Must earn C- (1.67) or better in all required courses…

      • University Gen Ed or Core

      • STHM

      • Fox courses

      • Minors and certificates

    • 2.0: Must earn…

      • Every semester (otherwise will be placed on Academic Warning)

      • Cumulative (otherwise will be placed on Academic Probation)

      • In the major and Cumulative to graduate

    Progress Toward Your Degree

    • Academic and Financial Impact of Repeating courses

      • Can only earn the credits for a course ONE time

      • The lowest grade earned in a course is NOT counted in cumulative GPA (but still appears on the transcript)

      • Financial Aid: students must make “credit progress.”

    • Students who need to repeat a course should see

      • Advisor to discuss impact on your progress/academic standing

      • Student Financial Services to discuss possible financial aid impact

    Curriculum Rules

    • Gen Ed

    • Gen Ed – Transfer Students

    • No more than TWO classes in one department

    • Two Writing Intensive courses: THM 3196 and another course (ENG 2596 strongly recommended)

    • World Society (GG): An approved summer or semester study abroad program will satisfy the World Society requirement. Consult an academic advisor for more information.

    • Core

    • International Studies (IS): Students may substitute courses taken in an approved study abroad experience for one or both

    Minors & Certificates

    • Use Free Electives strategically

    • Minors & Certificates – can be…

      • Connected to career goals to enhance marketability if chosen strategically

        • Recommended: General Business Minor, MIS Certificate, Language minors, GUS

      • Connected to personal areas of interest and be focused on any subject (art, history, philosophy, music, etc…)

    • Exploring all of the options: Undergraduate Bulletin

    • To declare – refer to departmental website and/or advising office for form/procedure

    Study Abroad

    • When

      • For 2010 freshmen: best semester to study abroad is fall of sophomore year.

      • For all students: Summer any year

      • If studying abroad any other semester, consult with advisor when planning!

    • Research study abroad opportunities: International Programs website or external programs

    • Complete requirements (inquire about this with an STHM advisor)

      • When a student studies abroad and successfully completes credits:

        • An approved summer or semester study abroad program can satisfy the Gen Ed World Society or Core International Studies requirement

    • Transcripts necessary!

      • If you go to a non-Temple study abroad program. Make sure you read and understand how to do this, and policies governing

    Industry Hours

    • Goals

      • Build your resume

      • Make contacts, create networks

      • Gain diverse experience

    • Accumulating

      • 250+ hours of experience

      • Volunteer, Paid, Internship I after exceeding 180 hours

    • Documenting

      • Letter

      • Reaction

      • Visuals

    • Organizing

      • Before THM 4112, Senior Seminar, will turn in binder.

      • Begin getting letters and writing about your experiences now – store in one place!

    Graduation Plan Workshops

    Speakman 108, Conference Room

    • Friday, October 15th, 3:00 – 4:00 PM

    • Friday, November 12th, 9:00 – 10:00 AM

      • Understanding your DARS

      • Understanding Curricular requirements

      • Making a graduation plan


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