Prospective Students


Alum Sarah Grasty will be your host for this 360-degree exploration of just a few highlights of our waterfront campus in St. Petersburg, FL. Use your mouse to pan around and take a look! Be sure to explore by visiting Enjoy!

We extend special thanks to Future Vision Media for providing VR/360 production support to make this program possible.

Virtual Tour

This virtual campus tour was produced with the USF St. Petersburg campus undergraduate audience in mind. The USF College of Marine Science is geographically part of the St. Petersburg campus, so we hope it helps to showcase the beauty of the campus environment that we all share.

We offer MS and PhD degrees and are committed to providing one of the highest quality graduate programs in the country. We welcome anyone who has a passion for the oceans and for science, who values different perspectives, and who cherishes the opportunity to think critically and promote dialogue about the knowledge we create and disseminate to apply. Regardless of what you look like, what you believe, or where you come from, we want to include you in our college if this description fits you.

Graduate Program Admissions

We recruit graduate students from our region, across our nation and around the world. We are committed to maintaining a diverse and highly qualified graduate student population and enabling their success. Our program is a mentored one in which students work closely with their faculty advisors as apprentices. As a result, upon graduation our students are fully prepared for a successful entry into our field. For questions regarding the application process, please visit our FAQ page or email
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Undergraduate Admissions

The College of Marine Science does not review applications for undergraduate admission.

The USF College of Arts & Sciences offers a Bachelor’s of Science in Marine Biology that can be completed in its entirety on the Tampa and St. Petersburg campuses. Current in high school students and their families or high school graduates seeking admission into a bachelor’s degree program in marine biology contact the Office of Admissions or the Integrative Biology department for more information about undergraduate programs and tour options. For more information and to schedule a campus tour, please use the contact information below.