University of South Florida Home

Where Discovery Shines

Experience our waterfront campus.

Visit VirtuallyGet Involved

USF St. Petersburg Campus News

Responding to Coronavirus

scientist holding a test tube labeled COVID-19

Visit this site for the latest resources related to COVID-19, including a link to register for testing, tools for academic success while working remotely, the latest health guidance and numerous opportunities to engage with one another.

Latest Headlines

St. Petersburg waterfront view

Acknowledging the people who came before

Humans first settled in the Tampa Bay region around 15,000 years ago, according to archaeological findings. For most of that time, Indigenous communities of hunter gatherers built a prosperous life on Florida’s largest open-water estuary.

USF St. Petersburg Campus Events


The Bulls Cycle Challenge

Date: April 5-28

Grab your friends and family for a treasure hunt to explore murals, community gardens and zero waste initiatives in Pinellas County by bike.

Global Affairs

U.S. Policy Toward a Turbulent Middle East

Date: April 14, 7:00pm

Join a virtual conversation with Ambassador Ryan Crocker, U.S. Former Ambassador to Iraq, Syria, and Pakistan.


Spring 2021 Commencement

Date: May 8

Ceremonies honoring our newest graduates to be held at Tropicana Field.

Nelson Poynter Memorial Library

The USF St. Petersburg campus library is home to 200,000 books and provides access to more than 720,000 ebooks, 18,000 streaming films and documentaries, and librarians who specialize in all offered majors. The USF St. Petersburg campus library also houses tech centers, online learning, cultural events, and an array of resources focused on student success.

Discover NPML 

Alumni and Friends

Alumni Spotlight

USF St. Petersburg campus alumni

Khris Johnson, Head Brewer/Co-Owner of Green Bench, is a founding faculty member of the USF St. Petersburg campus' Brewing Arts Program.

Alumni Society

Students along the waterfront

Stay connected with others long after your student career on campus ends.

Consider a Gift

Group of students gathered together

Contributions, regardless of size, open doors for innovation and steer students toward positive achievements.