Welcome to the Office of Undergraduate Studies (UGS) at the University of South Florida! Within UGS, the staff strives to enrich your undergraduate experience by offering a wide array of programs, resources and services that are designed with you in mind. Please use the menu on the left to explore those programs, resources and services. Go Bulls!
The Academic Polices tab provides a listing and summary of the USF academic policies specific to students.
The Academic Processes tab directs students to a number of USF student processes. For example, Academic Regulations Committee (ARC) petitions, double major and dual degree applications, and major declaration information.
By following the Academic Programs link, students can explore majors and minors offered through UGS, as well as the Army, Naval and Air Force ROTC programs.
Undergraduate Studies is dedicated to student success. With this in mind, this tab provides a collection of helpful links, from locating your academic advisor to deciphering registration holds and reviewing the undergraduate catalog and semester-by-semester plans, it can all be found via the student resources page.
UGS provides an array of services to students in the USF community, to include: the TRansitional Advising Center, Undergraduate Research, the Academic Success Center, Athletic Advising, First Generation programs and much more.
Activities & Initiatives
Undergraduate Studies provides and sponsors a number of initiatives to improve your college experience and academic success including the Global Citizens Project, Research and Arts Colloquium, and the Common Reading Experience.
FKL Core Curriculum (General Education)
The University of South Florida's Foundations of Knowledge and Learning Core Curriculum is designed to aid students in developing complex intellectual skills that enable them to become critical thinkers, concerned citizens, and successful professionals.
The USF Links tab provides access to the various related websites, departments, and offices that may be helpful as undergraduate students explore USF.