How Well Are You?

Intellectual Well-Being

Intellectual wellness involves having an open mind about new ideas, finding ways to expand knowledge and skills and seeking out new challenges. It encourages active participation in academic, cultural and community activities. With the resources below, you can improve your study skills, time management, critical thinking and more.

Prioritize your Self-Care

College can be a stressful, yet exciting time for students. While you are juggling your academics, social life, and possibly a job, it is important to take care of yourself. Learn how with the provided health and wellness information, and resources you may need to navigate college.

Read Our Wellness Blog

BeWell USF is the official blog for Wellness USF. Follow us to learn about topics ranging from mental health to nutrition to exercise. We address issues such as unhealthy fads, time management challenges, sleep hygiene, and healthy relationships.

Find a Job or Internship

Career Services can help you make a career decision, conduct a job search, find an internship, or secure part-time and full-time positions. We host events on campus all year, including career fairs, information sessions, on-campus interviews, workshops and more.

Get Help Outside the Classroom

Struggling in a class and need help? The USF Library offers tutoring in a variety of subject areas and courses as well as librarians who are available to answer questions. If you need to study in a group, the library has private study rooms that you can reserve.

Get Accommodations for Disabilities

USF has a dedicated team of professionals who ensure that students with disabilities have the accommodations, resources, and assistive technology needed to succeed academically and participate in all aspects of university life.