About CBCS

Development Office

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DEAR Alumni and Friends,

The College of Behavioral and Community Sciences (CBCS) is a vital and integral part of the USF community. Throughout Tampa Bay, our community- partnered programs strive to positively impact the lives of our students, faculty, and the university community. At the national level, the research and teaching influence of CBCS faculty members increases the knowledge and understanding of a variety of critical issues that touch the lives of all humans – including at-risk children and youth, aging issues, language development, and mental health.

As a college, CBCS has many things to be proud of, we are recognized as one of the nation's premiere research, teaching, and training centers. To continue this level of passion and commitment in education and service to the community, we offer both need and merit-based scholarships for students, opportunities for multidisciplinary engaged research, hands-on learning, and teaching opportunities. None of this would be possible without gifts from alumni, friends, and community partners.

We are grateful for those who continually support our efforts as a College, and thank you to those who are considering a gift to the College of Behavioral and Community Sciences!

To support and learn more about our schools and departments, click on a link below:

Child & Family Studies

Communication Sciences & Disorders

Criminology

Mental Health Law & Policy

School of Aging Studies

School of Social Work

Louis de la Parte Mental Health Institute (FMHI)

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For more information on making a gift to the College of Behavioral and Community Sciences, please contact:

Holly M. Behrend, Assistant Director of Development
College of Behavioral and Community Sciences
University of South Florida
13301 Bruce B. Downs Blvd., MHC 1110 |Tampa, FL |33612
Office 813-974-2327 | Fax 813-974-4699
hbehrend@usf.edu

Kristyn Kuzianik, Development Specialist
Office 813-974-9139 | Fax 813-974-4699
kuzianik@usf.edu