Campus Resources

Overview

Campus Computing

The Office of Campus Computing is responsible for all functions involving computing, data communication, electronic security, and telephony services at USF St. Petersburg.

Bookstore, Dining and Parking

Get information on the USF Bookstore, dining options at USF St. Petersburg, along with parking and transportation services.

Family Study Center

The Family Study Center at USF St. Petersburg, directed by Dr. James McHale, is the home of both basic and applied research studies concerned with understanding, supporting, and advocating for families with young children.

University Police

USF St. Petersburg Police Department is a fully accredited state law enforcement agency providing professional police services and protection to the university community 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

Military & Veterans Success Center

We provide educational benefit programs and other supportive services to veterans, active-duty military, national guardsmen, reservists, and eligible dependents enrolled at USF St. Petersburg.

External Affairs

External Affairs serves to connect our campus in collaborative partnership with local organizations to address issues that positively impact our community.

Campus Board

The Campus Board of the University of South Florida St. Petersburg was established by FS 1004.33 and includes five members who are residents of Pinellas County, Florida who are recommended by the President of the University of South Florida and appointed by the University of South Florida Board of Trustees.

Ombuds

The Ombuds Offices at USF St. Petersburg provide confidential, impartial, independent and informal resources for students and employees (staff, faculty, administration, and temporary) to discuss concerns regarding their experience at USF St. Petersburg and to explore alternatives for resolving problems or complaints through informal means.

iCAR

iCAR is a transdisciplinary initiative that includes the sciences, engineering, policy and social sciences and is designed to examine the interactions between climate change, water systems, land use, the built environment, and ecosystem functions.

GIS Day

GIS, or Geographic Information Systems, represents computer software, data, and solutions that are used by hundreds of thousands of people worldwide in government, education, and business. GIS Day is a global event for thousands of users of GIS technology to educate the public and demonstrate GIS technology at schools and organizations around the world.