Early University Programs
Early University Programs Staff
Dr. Deborah Stevens
Janet Iaci Academic Program Specialist, EUP (DE) firstname.lastname@example.org
Darryl Waddy Academic Program Specialist, CAS/EUP (DE) High School Campuses email@example.com
Oversees the administration of USF’s dual enrollment and early admissions programs
across 20 counties. Collaborates with the Florida Department of Education, and manages
partnerships with all Florida public school districts, charter schools, private schools,
and homeschooled administrators that have articulation agreements with USF.
Assures satisfactory support for students in EUP and quality of instruction for courses delivered in high schools adhering to SACCOC credentialing.
Works with counsolers, students, and administrators from Hillsborough, Hernando, Citrus, Sumter, Polk, Lake, Seminole, Orange and Pasco counties for dual enrollment and early admissions as well as assigned homeschooled students and private schools.
Works with Counselors, students and administrators from Hillsborough, Pinellas, Sarasota, Manatee, Hardee, DeSoto, Charlotte, Osceloa, Orange, Okeechobee, and Glades counties for dual enrollment and early admissions for private and homeschooled students.
Works with students and administrators from Sarasota, Manatee, and Pasco counties for dual enrollment/ early admissions on high school campuses and high school teacher credentialing toward courtesy faculty.
Other Helpful Contacts
Medical History and Immunization forms should be submitted to Student Health Services to ensure you meet university compliance.
Student Health Services
The Registrar's Office works with students to confirm Florida residency. Residency forms should be submitted prior to the start of classes during a student's first semester.
Office of the Registrar
Students should work with the Office of Student Conduct and Ethical Development if they answered "yes" on their application to questions about conduct or legal issues. Early University Programs cannot move forward with processing until SCED clears the student.
Student Conduct and Ethical Development