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Academic Support

Academic Advocacy

This team of advocates works individually with students in academic distress to review their options and help them get back on the path to graduation. They can also offer you guidance on a second major and major reselection.


Meet at least once a semester with your academic advisor. They will assist with course planning, direct you to resources, help you reach your goals, and provide guidance regarding academic challenges.

Certification Programs & Leadership Minor

Numerous opportunities exist to further your education, including credited formal leadership competency trainings.

Degree Programs

Our academic programs team helps freshman choose a major through our exploratory curriculum, current students successfully complete a bachelor's degree, and post-traditional students return to college.

Global Citizens Project

This university-wide initiative is designed to help you become a well-educated and highly skilled global citizen through in-classroom and out-of-the-classroom initiatives.


The Office of the Registrar is ready to help you with class registration, proof of enrollment, transcripts and so much more.

Residential Education & LLCs

Living on campus is one of the greatest experiences of college! Our residential education team ensures that you are able to fully enjoy your home away from home by offering learning opportunities in your residence hall for your academic success and life skills development. Learn about our programs, including Living Learning Communities that house students with similar interests or degrees.


USF is one of only about 50 colleges/universities in the nation to host all three ROTC programs - Army, Naval and Air Force. Explore these programs to learn how this team prepares future commissioned officers to lead in a joint, multi-national environment.

Tutoring & Learning Support

Need help with study skills, tutoring, writing, and more to be successful in your classes?

Undergraduate Research

When working on an inquiry or investigation that makes an intellectual or creative contribution to a given discipline, you will develop skills that are highly sought after by future employers. Check out these interesting opportunities!