New Student Connections provides the opportunity for new students to link up with current USF peers. PALs, or Peer Advisor Leaders, are dedicated to helping you find the answers you need, point you in the right direction, and keep you informed of upcoming social and academic involvement opportunities. Stop by in person, email, or give them a call today!
Champions are our front-line responders who ensure that the daily operations of the office run smoothly and effectively. These student employees support the professional staff with key projects and event management. Students awarded with Federal Work Study funds are eligible for this position.
Our professional staff are dedicated to creating the best experiences for new students on campus with the assistance of our student employees. Contact any of us with your questions.
Join Our Student Leader Team
Student Leaders support all new students throughout their first year at USF. They focus on outreach and relationship building through programs, mentoring, and intentional conversations to provide a positive transition for all new students. Our student leader selection process is now closed. Applications for our 2017 team will be available in September 2016. To receive updates, complete our Interest Form.
Become Our Undergraduate Intern
The NSC Undergraduate Intern works in collaboration with NSC Professional Staff to lead logistics and program execution to support the needs of the office and new students. Throughout the internship, this person works with programmatic and logistical initiatives, as well as serves as a peer coach to new students in social, personal, or academic areas of their college transition. For more information, please contact Lydia Ocasio.
Become Our Marketing Intern
The Marketing Coordinator assists the professional staff team with the management of all marketing efforts for New Student Connections. This individual serves as the main account manager for NSC publication revisions and social media efforts. For more information, please contact Lydia Ocasio.