Student Affairs has many departments that are focused on providing you with opportunities to engage with campus. That's because we know that engaged students are more successful in college and beyond than those who sit it out. Scan the info below to see if something particularly interests you; if not, come see one of our involvement consultants for guidance.
New Student Connections (NSC) helps students meet new friends and discover their place on campus. They create shared USF experiences that connect students to the community and to fellow Bulls while supporting their successful transition to college.
Students can develop their leadership skills with the Center for Leadership & Civic Engagement's (CLCE) community service and academic programs or by joining one or more of the approximately 600 recognized student organizations while discovering the rewards of community involvement.
The Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) taps into our diverse campus population to offer students a truly global perspective from which to learn and grow in their multicultural competency.
By students advocating for students, our Student Government (SG) is the place for students interested in experiencing the workings of an active governing body, either as an employee or a volunteer.
Intramural teams, sports clubs, adventure trips, and various fitness classes are just a few of the ways students who love to be physically active can enjoy their favorite sports with Campus Recreation.
Religious & Spiritual Life (RSL) on campus offers students the opportunity to join others that share their faith and beliefs in organized worship or casual events right on campus.
Looking for a job or internship? Career Services can help you explore, plan, and achieve your career goals. They also help with the job search, both while in college and after graduation. Check out their Career Peers program if you want to get involved with helping others.
Housing & Residential Education is dedicated to creating safe and welcoming residential communities that promote student success. Check out opportunities to get involved with hall activities through your RA--or maybe consider becoming an RA!
The Marshall Student Center is the center of activity for many of the programs and offices that coordinate student involvement activities. Head to the MSC when you are looking for something to do--or if you want to visit CSI!
The Center for Student Well-being offers students the opportunity to become Responsible Education and Action for Campus Health (REACH) Peer Educators who provide workshops, presentations, and awareness campaigns on topics related to health concerns of college students.