CIS Laboratories
CIS has 5 student computing laboratories located on the 2nd and 3rd floors of the Science Education and Research Center (SERC). These laboratories provide services for:

  • the laboratory component of courses
  • student research
  • walk-in use to support instructional, research, and project activities for students

Description of the Laboratories




Computer Science (& Digital Media Minor)


Information Science & Technology

Math and Computer Science & Data Science




CIS Student Advisor & Advocate

Each department in the College of Science and Technology has a CIS Student Advisor & Advocate (SAA) who is a qualified undergraduate major in that department. The SAA is thoroughly familiar with the requirements and curricula of the department, and can competently advise fellow students on the courses and faculty members of the department. He or she also has information about career options for the department’s graduates.
The SAA is familiar with the College of Science and Technology Grievance Procedure, and is the first person to consult in case of an academic grievance.
The SAA will serve as a student-faculty "go-between," and attempt to resolve the grievance. A student must initiate this first stage of the academic grievance by submitting a letter detailing the grievance (learn more about the 3 stages of the procedure).  Each SAA has an office in his or her department, and the SAA program coordinator is located in the Office of Student Services.

CIS SAA: Maryam Salawu



CIS Undergraduate Peer Tutors are available for consultation and help on problems related to course content, programming, and software. The tutoring area is located on the third floor of the SERC building in room 358. For this semester, peer tutoring is available online.

Career and Professional Development

The College of Science and Technology Office of Student Professional Development provides students with lists of internships and research opportunities. It can also assist students with drafting resumes, cover letters and preparing for an interview.

Rose McGinnis
  Director Student Professional Development & Undergraduate Research Program
   Temple University -College of Science & Technology
   111 Tuttleman Learning Center
   1809 North 13th Street
   Philadelphia, PA 19122-6073

More information can be found on the CST Professional Development website.


The Association of Computing Machinery (ACM) student chapter at Temple is an active professional organization. Temple also has an active ACM-W chapter. Join the organization and begin your professional career. Email Claudia Pine-Simon (faculty advisor) for more information or email