A goal of IBL is to support USF student retention, academic success and creativity through cultural heritage enrichment, informal training, outreach and mentoring programs, study abroad, and community-engaged research and service opportunities.
In service to that goal, here is a list of available services for students at USF.
See a comprenhensive list of courses on race and racism, social justice, and social inequalities offered by The College of Arts & Sciences.
The Student Support Services Program (SSS) is a federally funded retention program that provides effective academic and personal support for a diverse student population. The program is designed to significantly increase the retention and graduation rates of its participants.
The Office of Multicultural Affairs hosts several influential programs throughout the year that are dedicated to diversity, inclusion, and creating a campus environment that encourages community and cultural awareness.
The Center for Leadership and Civic Engagement (CLCE) at the Tampa campus develops students into leaders who will make a positive difference in the world. These programs help each student discover their passion and talents, while developing their skills and understanding of leadership and active citizenship.
Assist student with the following topics will help you get started with information regarding financial aid, costs of attendance, and more.
With more than 50,000 students forging their paths here, our campuses are as warm and vibrant as the sunny region we call home. USF offers a rich variety of activities and resources so each and every one of our students flourishes.
Academic integrity is the foundation of the University of South Florida’s commitment to the academic honesty and personal integrity of its University community. Academic integrity is grounded in certain fundamental values, which include honesty, respect and fairness. Broadly defined, academic honesty is the completion of all academic endeavors and claims of scholarly knowledge as representative of one’s own efforts. Knowledge and maintenance of the academic standards of honesty and integrity as set forth by the University are the responsibility of the entire academic community, including the instructional faculty, staff and students.