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Connect you to thousands of employers worldwide!

“Connect you to thousands of employers worldwide! Identify your professional strengths and weakness compared to your global peers!


The BAT is a two hour, online exam that anonymously evaluates your ability to apply knowledge to solve practical problems and to market yourself to the best financial companies around the world. It is FREE online to take from your own home until the end of December 2013, so sign up now at !

If you take the BAT in September or October you will receive a 6-month free subscription to Bloomberg Briefs, Bloomberg’s premium newsletter offering valued at $2,000!”

Fox Fall 2013 Connection

The Fox Fall Connection is scheduled for Wednesday, September 18 from 10:00 am to 1:30 pm. This event is for graduating seniors seeking full-time jobs and for sophomores and juniors seeking spring and summer internships. You must be CSPD’d in order to attend, so keep reading if you need to get CSPD’d…


Do you need to get CSPD’d? Check out our workshop and event listing on our website; Getting Started Workshops, Resume Development Workshops, and Employer Resume Critiques. Stop by 134 Alter Hall and pick up a hard copy of our calendar or visit our website for our schedule of upcoming workshops.

2014 Senior Portrait Information


Senior Portraits for the 2014 Templar Yearbook

When: Monday and Tuesday, August 5 and 6, 2013

Where: Student Center, Room 217B

Schedule your appointment at, entering school code 87120 or by calling 1-800-OUR-YEAR™ (687-9327), during normal business hours.

 If more convenient, you may have your portrait taken at the AMBLER CAMPUS instead.  A photographer will be available on Wednesday & Thursday, October 9th & 10th 2013 from 10am – 6pm in Bright Hall Room 202. To schedule an appointment, please log onto, school code 87202 or call 1-800-687-9327.

When you schedule your appointment, you will receive complete information on how to prepare for your portrait sitting.

Don’t forget that you can use these portraits for your Professional Networking and Job Search sites.

Work Your Wardrobe – A Fashion Show for Young Professionals

Center for Student Professional Development

Wednesday, February 13, 2013 from 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM (EST)

Philadelphia, PA

The “Work Your Wardrobe – Fashion Show for Young Professionals” presented by the CSPD office will feature an array of looks from business casual to business professional attire. Students are invited to attend this event which will aim to accommodate students at every socioeconomic level by providing creative ways to look the part without breaking the bank! Don’t miss this vibrant event which will provide 18 total looks, both male and female, derived directly from consignment/thrift stores, from department stores and students’ own closet’s.

Register at the following website:

Things I Wish I Knew When I Started at Temple

Top Ten Things I Wish I Knew When I Started Temple…
(Advice from our Peer Advisors)

  1. Utilize the many resources available to you– utilize the Teaching Assistant’s (TA’s) and the Tutoring Center/ Writing Center.  The TECH Center is an awesome resource too. If you need viruses taken off your computer, they do it for FREE.
  2. Take control of your education and plan ahead- Temple is a HUGE university. Visit offices like Student Financial Services and Advising during off-peak hours (hint: peak hours are typically during priority registration and the first two weeks of each semester. Check out the Academic Calendar for dates: Also, make friends with upperclassmen to help you navigate the university.
  3. Get involved in activities and clubs as soon as possible– take advantage of every opportunity (hint: consider joining an SPO:
  4. Take advantage of your student status- there are so many discounts that you can receive in the Philadelphia area just by having your Temple ID. SWEET!
  5. Check out other venues for books– use eBay, Amazon,  or local bookstores in the Philadelphia area. College bookstores can be a rip off so renting textbooks or buying books from upperclassmen tend to be a heck of a lot cheaper.
  6. – love this!
  7. Center City is not hard or expensive to get to– if you’re losing your mind take a stroll down to Rittenhouse to relax.  Also, become familiar with public transportation and if you have a car on campus, pay to have it in a secure lot.
  8. Dress for success– a suit is definitely a MUST, especially for Fox students.
  9. Know where to eat- food trucks are amazing and cheap (especially the crepe truck by Tyler).  Sodexo and the Fresh Grocer are expensive for what they offer. The SAC is a little better than J&H Cafeteria because it offers smaller portions to help cut down on the “freshman 15”.
  10. Things will not be perfect your first semester– your schedule may not be how you want it to be and you may not have the ideal roommate. You may not love every class you have to take or enjoy every professor, but you’re in college and if you want to accomplish your goals, you have to learn how to cope. You can do it- we all did!!

Contact our Peer Advisors at, or visit their website:


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Credit – making it work for you


 A hands on workshop that takes the mystery out of personal finance and help you make informed decisions that are wise for your wallet.


Fox School of Business

Temple University

Alter 035

Saturday, February 18, 2012 – 10:00 – 12:00 pm

   Workshop Presented by Keith M. Donnell MBA, CFP

President of Modern Wealth Concepts 

Refreshments will be served

BA 4101 Prerequisites – All Fox Students Should Know This!

Attention Fox School of Business Students,

As you continue to make progress towards your degree (and graduation), please be reminded that you will be required to complete the Capstone course – Business Administration 4101 (BA 4101) during your senior (final) year of enrollment.


Please also note that you will not be eligible to register for BA 4101 until you first complete the prerequisite Business Administration 3103 (BA 3103).


Finally, please be mindful that BA 3103 has three prerequisite course (MIS 2101, MSOM 3101, and Finance 3101*).


IN GENERAL, students are encouraged to follow the sequence outlined above to be eligible to register for BA 4101 during your final year of enrollment:

MIS 2101 – completed fall or spring semester of your sophomore year

FIN 3101* – completed before the spring semester of your junior year

MSOM 3101 – completed before the spring semester of your junior year

BA 3103 – completed fall or spring semester of your junior year (must first complete MIS 2101, FIN 3101*, and MSOM 3101)

BA 4101 – completed during the fall semester of your senior yearCapstone Course (determined by your major) – completed spring (final) semester of your senior year


Please review the below helpful information.  We hope this is helpful.  Please consult with your academic advisor if you have any questions .