Transfer Support

Transfer Support Resources

On this page, you will find information about transfer resources, including information about St. Petersburg College, University of South Florida St. Petersburg, financial resources and more! To further discuss the resources listed on our website with a PATHe Advisor, please use our Information Request Form today.


SPC Admissions: St. Petersburg College has an open-door admissions policy for students who have a high school diploma or equivalent. Their online college application process is quick and simple. Learn how to apply to St. Petersburg College and get on the path to success today!

SPC Scholarships: Each year, SPC awards students millions of dollars in scholarships through the SPC Foundation, corporations, private donors, the State of Florida and the college itself. Scholarships can reward you for academic excellence, talent and achievement in a variety of areas, such as the arts or athletics. Best of all, they don't need to be repaid. Applications are available for each semester. Learn more about SPC Scholarships

Campus Visit: Experience what being a St. Petersburg College Titan is all about. With locations across Pinellas County, we're sure you'll find one to call home. Request a SPC Campus Tour

SPC Academic Resources: As a Titan, you will enjoy a wide variety of resources to help you
complete your education at SPC. 

SPC Student Support Resources: SPC strives to create an environment that empowers students to excel academically and personally through various Student Support Resource.


USF Admissions: There’s a reason USF is one of the top destinations for transfer students in the U.S. Amazing location. More than 200 prestigious academic programs and one of the lowest tuition rates in the country. Apply to USF today!

USF Scholarships: USF offers a variety of scholarships and fellowships designed to help you and your family pay for college. Application is available once a year.

Campus Visit: Discover all the places our students learn, live and play on the Tampa, St. Petersburg and Sarasota-Manatee campuses. Whether you’re near or far, you can now explore sunny Bulls Country with our convenient in-person and virtual experiences. Choose the option that works best for you! Request a USF Campus Tour.

USF Transfer Check list: Embarking on the journey of transferring to a new educational institution is an exciting yet meticulous process that requires careful consideration and planning. To ensure a smooth transition, we provide a comprehensive Transfer Checklist.

USF Transfer Experience: At USF St. Petersburg, we encourage our transfer students to take advantage of our various resources that will connect them to campus and help them transition into the Bull Family.

USF Academic Support: You may have had to study differently at your previous institution. Here are some tips on studying for success at a 4-year institution like USF St. Petersburg campus.

USF Additional Resources: USF strives to create an environment that empowers students to excel academically and personally. Review USF resources available to students.


FAFSA: The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the form you need to fill out to get any financial aid from the federal government to help pay for college. Each year, over 13 million students who file the FAFSA get more than $120 billion in grants, work-study, and low-interest loans from the U.S. Department of Education. Start your FAFSA today!

Blue/Gold scholarship: PATHe offers scholarships to eligible students who transfer from St. Petersburg College to the University of South Florida St. Petersburg. 

Other scholarship opportunities: Navigating the diverse educational funding can be a complicated task for students and their families. Check our college funding guide for more information about scholarships PATHE College Funding Guide. 


Embarking on the journey of transferring to a new educational institution is both an exciting and potentially overwhelming endeavor. As a future transfer student, understanding the complexities of the process and being well-prepared can significantly impact your transition. See our list of frequently asked questions (Q&A) that you and your family may find helpful. 

For more resources or to get assistance to navigate these resources fill out our information request form and our PATH Transfer Support Advisor will contact you to set up an appointment.