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Involvement Consultants

Who are involvement Consultants?

The Center for Student Involvement's Involvement Consultants are student leaders who serve as involvement experts and consultants on ways students can get involved and find a home on the Tampa campus. They work with the CSI's Involvement Graduate Assistant to identify and enhance the awareness of involvement opportunities across campus and in the community and they provide support to students looking for ways to get involved. The consultant works to create a unique path of involvement for each student in the community. From working individually with students to discover their involvement niche, the consultant takes an active role in facilitating student involvement.

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Involvement Consultations are 30 minute one-on-one meetings where students have the opportunity to sit with an Involvement Consultant and explore different involvement opportunities based on the student’s interests. An individualized involvement path will be created for the student within the meeting.

How do I set up an Involvement consultation?

1. Sign up for consultation on BullsConnect.

2. The Involvement Consultant will contact you through email and you all will sit down and learn many of the ways to Get Involved at USF.

3. The Involvement Consultant will create an Involvement plan specially designed for you and your needs.

4. Go Get Involved!

Consultations at USF St. Petersburg Campus

Peer Coaches are experienced University of South Florida St. Petersburg campus upperclassmen who serve on the staff of the Compass Student Experience Office. As student staff members, Peer Coaches work with a team of professional staff members to provide educational and leadership development opportunities for the USF St. Petersburg campus student body. Peer Coaches provide guidance for first time in college students, second-year students, and transfer students to succeed at USF St. Petersburg campus through one-on-one coaching, networks, and engaging programs.

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