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We talked to several students about all the changes they have experienced since the pandemic began and how they feel about a full return to USF’s St. Petersburg campus.
Several courses focused on the arts industry and architecture will be offered for the first time on USF’s St. Petersburg campus starting this fall semester. Meanwhile, ongoing collaborations across campuses and with community partners have the potential to enrich the curriculum with academic experiences in animation, dance and theater.
First-year students from underserved communities get a preview of what life will be like this fall on campus.
Whether you’re new to campus, a transfer student or looking for people with similar interests, the USF St. Petersburg campus has a place for you. The campus is offering several themed housing and community options for students.
"Got Your Six": Cultural competency workshops to develop greater understanding on all aspects of the military-connected experience
To provide a community sense and create greater understanding between military-connected students and the campus as a whole, a series of cultural competency workshops is being organized as part of USF’s Got Your Six Veterans Success Network.
Sponsored by the French government, more than 1,500 American citizens are sent to teach in public schools across all regions of France and in French-administered overseas territories such as French Guiana, Guadeloupe, Martinique and Reunion.
May 26, 2021Student Life
For the first four years of Toby Tobin’s college experience, he struggled with coursework and connecting with others.
May 5, 2021Student Life
For nearly 150 years, people have observed Arbor Day by coming together to plant trees. On USF’s St. Petersburg campus, students are celebrating trees by counting them.
The University of South Florida is launching a new student internship program that will train students how to work with and help certify businesses who want to meet the highest standards for social and environmental operations and leadership.
Since graduating in 2015, Lori Singleton has dedicated herself to philanthropy, providing food for those in need and launching a nonprofit called The Way Project that aspires to inspire goodwill in others.
January 15, 2021Student Life
The USF College of Education is launching a new initiative aimed at increasing the number of male teachers of color in local elementary schools, particularly those with populations of poor or at-risk students.
St. Pete Pearls offers dedicated support for students with foster care experience to improve chances of graduation
A new program at USF’s St. Petersburg campus will offer individualized guidance and support for students emerging from foster care with opportunities to develop foundational self-knowledge, leadership skills and a sense of community to prepare for lifelong achievements.