Engagement

Featured Courses

Across fields and disciplines, faculty at USF have developed a variety of innovative service-learning courses with real-world impact. Students complement their academic studies with experiential learning opportunities, provide valuable service to our local and global communities, and become better equipped to succeed.

Service-learning for English language learners (English Language Program)

Introduction to Urban Studies: Five years of service-learning (Geography, Environment and Planning)

211 Hotline Service-Learning Course (Aging Studies)

Community development in Lealman, Pinellas County (Geography, Environment, and Planning)

GPS/GIS technology with community mapping (Geography; Urban and Regional Studies)

New Class Puts USF Students in the Middle of Life and Death Decisions (Aging Studies)

Social Psychology of HIV/AIDS (Psychology)

Mental Health Assessment of Older Adults (Aging Studies)

Visual Anthropology (Anthropology)

Ethnicity and Health Care (Anthropology)

Anthropology of Childhood (Anthropology)

Introduction to Urban Studies (Geography, Environment and Planning)

Ending Homelessness (Public Policy & Leadership, USF Sarasota-Manatee)

Drama Therapy (Theatre & Dance)

Raising Awareness for Homelessness: A College Course with a Conscience (and a Taste for Art) (Public Policy & Leadership, USF Sarasota-Manatee)

USF Big Sister and a Little Attention Make a Difference in Sulphur Springs (Geography, Environment and Planning)