Resources

Campus Resources

Victim Advocacy & Violence Prevention

The USF Center for Victim Advocacy and Violence Prevention provides free and confidential services to USF students, faculty and staff, both men and women, who have experienced crime, violence, or abuse, for incidents occurring on or off campus, recently or in the past.

Student Outreach & Support

The Students of Concern Assistance Team (SOCAT) is here to work with students who may be troubled or whose behavior is of concern to others. SOCAT was started as a way to identify and provide support to a student before more significant problems arise.

Diversity, Inclusion, and Equal Opportunity

The Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Equal Opportunity is committed to fostering an institutional climate that is welcoming, inclusive, and safe for students, faculty, staff and visitors. As a system-wide office they promote initiatives that contribute to the diversity of our institution and celebrate the rich heritage in our campus community and the region.

University Police Department

The University Police Department is dedicated to providing a safe environment for and in partnership with the community, while remaining committed to assisting with personal and professional development of department members. They are dedicated to the principle of being community-minded and service-driven.

Office of Student Ombudsman

An ombudsman (or ombuds) is a neutral third party who helps students and/or employees address problems, concerns, and complaints through informal means such as conversation, mediation, and other problem solving strategies. Many campuses, state agencies, and corporations have an ombuds.

Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life

The Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life at the University of South Florida is a multi-functioning office that serves various aspects of the Fraternity and Sorority community.

Students with Disabilities Services

New freshman and transfer students may apply for accommodations for disabilities once admitted to USF, while current students may apply at any time. It is your responsibility as a student to identify yourself to the office and present proper documentation of your disability if you would like to receive academic accommodations. More information and necessary forms can be found on the linked site.

Counseling Center

The Counseling Center promotes students' psychological wellness and academic success by providing students high quality, culturally competent counseling, mental health education training and outreach in collaboration with the university community.

Dean of Students Office

Professionals and students in the Office of the Assistant Vice President & Dean of Students collaborate to facilitate learning opportunities and experiences that extend beyond the classroom. They provide students with activities that foster knowledge and success, and create a complete University experience where students achieve an understanding of themselves and the world around them.

Student Affairs & Student Success

Student Affairs & Student Success cultivates student engagement, development, learning, and success through meaningful experiences, services, and inclusive environments. To learn more about the division we are aligned with, visit the website.