Academic Foundations, SLS 2901, and Academic Transitions, SLS3113, assist students with making a smooth transition from high school or community college to USF.
The Office of Academic Advocacy serves undergraduate students in their pursuit of timely progression to graduation. Advocates work individually with students in academic distress to review their options, and collaborate with academic departments, colleges and university personnel to improve retention and progression to graduation.
The Academic Success Center offers tutoring, assistance with study skills, writing help and handouts, and other resources.
Students who are first enrolled in a Florida College System institution or state university must complete the state's civic literacy requirement.
USF allows students to receive up to 45 hours of credit towards a Bachelor's degree upon successful completion of qualifying exams.
The state has two main general education requirements: State Mandated Core and State Required Communication and Computation.
A university-wide initiative aimed at enhancing undergraduate students' global competencies through the development of new and improved curricular and co-curricular experiences.
These layout each semester of coursework for the individual degree plans to guide students to timely graduation.
The place to find general policy and procedures, general course information, student services information, and more.