University of South Florida
Sarasota-Manatee campus students: Please contact your major advisor if you have advising questions. For questions about
honors courses, contact Cayla Lanier, Campus Director, at email@example.com.
St. Petersburg campus students: Please contact Dani Soluna, Academic Advisor, at firstname.lastname@example.org, to schedule a virtual appointment. For questions about courses or college access,
contact Dr. Thomas Smith, Associate Dean, at email@example.com.
Tampa campus students:
The Judy Genshaft Honors College offers students an extraordinary undergraduate experience
through thought-provoking coursework, engaging activities, and academic advising that
meets students where they are and guides them through rewarding experiences that result
in a student's ability to tell a story about who they are and what they have to offer
Our values show up in the way we work together, interact with students, and offer
support to our colleagues within the College and around campus.
WARMTH & OPENNESSWe like students and want to get to know you. We care about your success.QUESTIONSWe are here to address your questions and help you approach problems from new angles.
We may even respond with questions of our own! Questions open doors to new ways of
thinking and offer new possibilities.PERSONALIZED PLANSEach student brings a unique set of goals, interests, and experiences to their academic
journey. We can help you pull all of those things together into a personalized plan
that is less about checking off boxes and more about creating a meaningful set of
experiences that connect and build on each other to help you achieve goals and prepare
for your future.
CHECK-IN WITH USWe want to know how you're doing so we can celebrate the good and work through the
challenges. Come see us!RESPECT OUR TIMEWe make ourselves available during 30-minute appointments, 5-minute Drop-in visits,
via email, phone, and Teams. In addition to advising students, we often carry a few
other responsibilities. Please respect our time by making an appointment when you
have a list of things to discuss or by using the Drop-in time to provide a quick update
or ask a quick question.
COME PREPAREDSince your path through college is your own, we rely on you to come prepared to each
meeting with some ideas, questions, suggestions, and thoughtful contributions on what
you want to accomplish.