Activities & Initiatives
Academic Foundations Course
Academic Foundations (SLS 2901) is a three-credit, discussion-based introductory seminar designed to facilitate students' successful acclimation to the university, development of academic strategies, and exploration of careers and majors. The course aims to prepare students for a successful college experience, and provides students with the necessary knowledge and experiences to be academically and personally successful at USF.
The university-wide common reading program seeks to unite students from across disciplines by inviting them to read and discuss a common book together.
Global Citizens Project
The Global Citizens Project is a university-wide initiative aimed at preparing you to succeed in today's interconnected world.
ROTC Living Learning Community
A joint program of the JMLC and USF Housing and Residential Education, the ROTC LLC is truly "Joint" as is our Armed Forces. Residents are members of all three (Army, Naval and Air Force) ROTC programs. The LLC House Calls program features visits by an ROTC instructor to talk informally with the LLC residents about their military careers and experiences with an open Q & A session.
Undergraduate Research and Arts Colloquium
The Undergraduate Research and Arts Colloquium provides a venue for undergraduate students in all disciplines to present their current research and receive feedback from research mentors and peers.