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RETURN TO CAMPUS

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Visit this site for the latest resources related to our safe return to campus, including links to register for COVID testing and vaccination, tools for academic success, the latest health guidance and opportunities to engage.

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USF St. Petersburg Campus Events

Safety

USF Safety Day

Date: October 19, 12-2pm
Location: Harborwalk

Learn about the many resources and tools that help keep campus safe.

Climate Workshop

Climate Justice, Social Networks and Equitable Resilience

Date: October 20-21
Location: 
Virtual, RSVP

Workshop for the Initiative on Coastal Adaptation and Resilience features panel discussions on social justice and climate resilience and a keynote talk from Dr. Robert Bullard, national expert on climate justice.

Psych Speaker Series

The Opioid Fix

Date: October 21, 11am
Location: Virtual

Dr. Barbara Andraka-Christou from UCF explains why lifesaving medications for opioid addiction remain out of reach for vulnerable populations, and will provide a roadmap for increasing treatment access.

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

Nikki Gaskin-Capehart

Nikki Gaskin-Capehart, director of urban affairs for the City of St. Petersburg

Alumni Society

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

Consider a Gift

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