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How to Use Our Resources This Fall

Click the list below or scroll to find out how to stay well this Fall with our services and resources. 

Student Health Services

  • Student Health Services on the Tampa campus will be limiting the numer of students in their Medical Clinic, Immunization and Insurance Annex, and Marshall Student Center Pharmacy through pre-scheduling appointments. 
  • Student Health Services will maximize social distancing by reducing patient wait or large groups in their waiting room. Students will go directly from check-in to the exam room.   
  • Call ahead 813-974-2331 to make sure there aren’t herds in the clinic, Annex, or pharmacy.  Pre-schedule virtual video consultations for Student Health Services' most popular services: general medicine, sexual health consultations, psychiatry, dermatology, and nutrition counseling.  

  • Student Health Services will continue to provide free on-site medical interventions at Residence Halls and campus buildings with Medical Response Unit 813.974.4678  
    Student Health Services will continue to provide video and tele-health medical consultations for those students that remain in Florida, but do not return to campus.




  • Every Monday, Recreation and Wellness will update our "What's New" section to highlight key pieces of news. Learn about it all HERE.

  • Recreation and Wellness across all campuses is committed to providing a safe and healthy environment.  Please play your part and remember some of these key points as you return to our facilities. Learn about participant expectations, Recreation and Wellness's reservation system, and new entry requirements HERE.

  • Click HERE to view our Fall 2020 Returning to Recreation and Wellness plans and future programming for the Tampa campus. 



 The Center for Victim Advocacy and Violence Prevention

  • The role of an advocate is to provide support, explore options, and assist the client with any advocacy needs they may have. Immediate appointments are available via Microsoft Teams for individuals with urgent advocacy needs. These needs may include serious safety concerns, sexual violence within the last 120 hours, or immediate assistance with filing a report. 

Violence Prevention trainings and workshops will all be held online via Microsoft Teams.

  • Bystander Intervention training
  • Sex-Positive Consent Workshops
  • Red Flag, Healthy Relationships training


  • For the fall semester, all routine and urgent services provided by the Counseling Center will continue to be provided by confidential and secure videoconference.  The Counseling Center remains committed to providing essential mental health services focused on building skills so that students can cope effectively with mental health concerns. 
  • The Counseling Center offers individual and group counseling (including same day appointments), drop-in groups and discussion forums designed for particular issues or concerns. 
  • Please visit our website at www.usf.edu/counsel for more information on our services, group descriptions and schedules, and how to make an appointment for counseling. Videoconference appointments are for those students that remain in Florida, but do not return to campus.
  • Students in crisis who need emergency support on campus can visit USF Counseling Center and will be helped. USF Counseling Center will have on-campus spaces available for students to teleconference their counselor if needed. Please contact the Counseling Center for these provisions.  

Center for Student-Well Being

  •  Be on the lookout for engaging virtual programming brought to you by the Center for Student Well-Being. Topics include: stress management, sleep, sexual health, alcohol education, healthy relationships, animal therapy, cold/flu/coronavirus prevention, and much more! 
  • Virtual Health Education and Events: Watch Wellness USF’s social media account to play trivia, watch videos on stress management and sleep, as well as connect with our department.


Success and Wellness Coaching

  •  Success and Wellness Coaches will be conducting all coaching sessions through Microsoft Teams. We are here to help you through these times and want to be an ally for your success.    
  • Coaching is short-term, action-oriented and helps you work toward any area of improvement: health, wellness, relationships, time management, etc. It is not counseling and does not involve a long-term commitment. 
  • How to Sign up for Success and Wellness Coaching


Resources that fit your life this Fall


Is it the stigma? The time? USF TAO provides online and mobile tools to help you conquer day-to-day struggles.


Read our guide to stay organized, manage your time, and finish your semester strong.



Feed-A-Bull is a confidential Tampa campus food pantry initiative spearheaded by Student Health Services and Feeding America Tampa Bay. Feed-A-Bull is available to students enrolled on the USF Tampa campus. It was created to address food insecurity by providing supplemental food to students in need, as well as education and resources to students related to purchasing and preparing balanced food on a budget. 


Feel better NOW with everything from guided relaxation to living a healthy lifestyle and cultivating happiness, USF has remote resources to help you feel well.  

Find more resources HERE.