Exiting Employment

Information for Employees

If you are resigning your position with the university, you should indicate this in writing to your supervisor, giving your expected last day of work. Two weeks' notice is a standard expectation for resignation, but is not a requirement.

The links below provide information on various topics of interest for employees who are separating their employment from the university as well as for supervisors of employees who are leaving.

Exit Survey

Employees should expect to receive an online Exit Survey via email, by their last day worked, to the email(s) they have on file.

Although the Employee Exit Survey is optional, employees are strongly encouraged to participate. Responses are anonymous and any information, such as college and department data, are asked for reporting purposes only and will be used in aggregate. Your accurate and honest feedback is appreciated and valued, as this survey is an opportunity to provide information that may assist in making the University a great place to work.

The Exit Survey is administered by Tampa Central Human Resources, USF Health, HR at the St. Petersburg Campus & HR at the Sarasota-Manatee Campus.

If you have separated from the University and you have not received an email to participate in the Employee Exit Survey, please contact employee-relations@usf.edu.