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Maintenance on the comforts and necessities that make up the infrastructure of USF is the target of 87 critical projects that USF’s Facilities Management team is tackling on all three campuses.
January 25, 2024Campus News
If you live in Tampa Bay, you will likely experience a hurricane or extreme storm. USF has an extensive Emergency Management Program that ensures faculty, staff and students living on and off campus are prepared and remain safe during any kind of emergency.
August 28, 2023Campus News
New Emerging Technology Lab will allow students to explore augmented and virtual reality in the classroom
USF's College of Education wants to ensure students know how to utilize the latest technology through a new Emerging Technology Lab being developed on the St. Petersburg campus.
After undergoing major renovations, the first floor of the Nelson Poynter Memorial Library has a new look and greater study space for students. The upgrades include twelve new study rooms and state-of-the-art technology to enhance opportunities for collaboration and learning.
January 6, 2023Campus News
The historic John C. Williams House will undergo major restorations and upgrades thanks to a $280,640 matching grant from the Florida Division of Historical Resources. The upgrades will include foundation work, a new roof, hurricane panels and other repairs that will help ensure the structure’s safety and stability during a major storm.
October 13, 2022Campus News
A new community solar program from Duke Energy will allow USF’s St. Petersburg campus to expand its investment in renewable energy while saving money and enhancing environmental sustainability.
After nearly eight decades of use, the pool outside of H. William Heller Hall will be replaced by a new pool closer to the center of campus.
December 8, 2021Campus News
The University of South Florida has an extensive Emergency Management Program that ensures faculty, staff and students living on and off campus are prepared and remain safe during a hurricane.
August 16, 2021Campus News
The University of South Florida today opened a new 125,000-square-foot residence hall on its St. Petersburg campus, increasing the number of on-campus beds by nearly 70 percent.
Jerrica Stovall dreamed of appearing on Wheel of Fortune since she was a child and would watch the iconic game show each night with her mother and sister.
May 22, 2019Campus News
For more than a quarter of a century, Bill Heller has been a transformative figure at USF St. Petersburg, filling the roles of campus CEO, dean, professor and advocate. Now the university is recognizing his many years of devoted service by naming the building where he taught in his honor.
May 14, 2019Campus News
More than 200 faculty, staff, students and community leaders gathered Thursday for a ceremony to mark the groundbreaking of the new residence hall and dining facility at USF St. Petersburg (USFSP).
April 25, 2019Campus News