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Current students, faculty and staff are encouraged to access resources and forms related to advising, courses, research and other university business in the College of Education tab on TUportal. Students outside of the College of Education, prospective students, future faculty, and school and community partners are invited to explore the College resources provided below.
The Certification Office in the College of Education provides assistance and support for current and former Temple students seeking one or more approved PA Educator certifications through the Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE).
The Education Computing Center on the 3rd Floor is just one of the spaces throughout the College of Education where students can come to study, explore, collaborate and learn.
The office of Graduate Student Affairs is here to help you achieve your academic goals while at Temple and our door is always open. Please do not hesitate to contact us for questions, concerns and guidance.
Undergraduate advisors and academic advising is available in the Shimada Resource Center located on the first floor of Ritter Annex (RA 150). The office of Undergraduate Student Affairs serves as a resource to you throughout your undergraduate program as you prepare yourself for an important career in education. We see our relationship with our students as a partnership and look forward to collaborating with you to help you reach your academic goals
Whether you are considering graduate/professional school or seeking employment after graduation, the most effective and successful decisions are made by engaging in the career and student development process. As you embark upon your career journey, the office of Career and Development & Special Events is here to assist.
The Office of Field Placement (OFP) in the College of Education assists students and faculty in coordinating early field experiences, practicum, and student teaching placements for all students in the teacher education program. The OFP works to ensure that students participate in coherent sequence of varied experiences that will support their preparation as future educators.
The Ombudsperson's role is to mediate disputes arising over an academic issue within the College and to make the parties are aware of the various policies that have bearing on the case. The goal is to bring the dispute to a quick resolution.
The Office of Information & Instructional Technology in the College of Education supports faculty, staff, and students with technology hardware and software used for research, teaching, and learning. You can receive priority service by requesting help online using TUHelp (http://tuhelp.temple.edu). The HELP desk should be considered your primary, central contact for requesting assistance.