Below is various Campus Resources with live links at the Unviersity of South Florida!
Navigating your path to successful graduation can sometimes seem overwhelming; however, you are not alone. There are dozens of resources available on campus to help you succeed. Whatever your need or interest, you are likely to find something on campus. Please note that this list is not comprehensive. See your academic advisor for referrals to other resources, as needed.
Academic Success Center
https://www.usf.edu/undergrad/academic-success-center/resources/ | LIB 206, 813-974-2713
Get help with everything from science and math to foreign languages from trained tutors. Improve your study skills and learn how to prepare for your tests. FREE Online 24/7 tutoring is available as well.
http://www.usf.edu/career-services/ | SVC 2088, 813-974-2171
It is never too early to start thinking about your career. From interest assessments to resume critiques, the Career Center is here for you at every stage of your journey. They also host numerous job and internship fairs that can help you connect with employers. Visit them today!
The Writing Center
https://www.usf.edu/undergrad/academic-success-center/writing-studio/index.aspx | LIB 122, 813-974-8293
If writing is not your strong point, or if you would simply like assistance with proofreading your work, let a writing center consultant help you! The Writing Studio offers one-on-one assistance and workshops to support any student. Add sentence: Make an online appointment today!
The Counseling Center
http://www.usf.edu/student-affairs/counseling-center/ | SVC 2124, 813-974-2831
During college, you might experience a great many stresses in your life – sorting out your independence and identity, establishing and maintaining important relationships, coping with anxiety and depression, finding confidence in a future direction, dealing with body-image or excessive substance use, and handling new academic demands. To help with these challenges and more, the Counseling Center provides a variety of psychological services for all currently registered students on the Tampa campus of the University of South Florida. Appointments are free and confidential.
Office of High Impact Practices and Undergraduate Research
https://www.usf.edu/undergrad/hipur/index.aspx | LIB 210, 813-974-6824
Participating in undergraduate research promotes deeper understanding and greater satisfaction with the college experience. Here at USF, you will have the opportunity to conduct your own research and develop relationships with faculty mentors. It is a great way to enhance your resume and explore your interests.
Center for Student Involvement
https://www.usf.edu/student-affairs/involvement/ | Marshall Student Center, 813-974-1001
If you want to get involved with something on campus, and you should, then this is the place to start. Whether you want to find fun and free activities on campus or join a club/organization, the CSI has all of the information that you will need.
The Center for Leadership & Civic Engagement
https://www.usf.edu/student-affairs/leadership-civic-engagement/ | MSC 1300, 813-974-7595
The Center for Leadership and Civic Engagement (CLCE) develops students into leaders that will make a positive difference in the world. These programs help each student discover their passion and talents, while developing their skills and understanding of leadership and active citizenship.
https://www.usf.edu/world/education-abroad/ | MSC 3301 and CGS 101, 813-974-4314
If you are interested in a study abroad program, this office should be your first stop. There are hundreds of options around the world on 6 continents. The website has a database that you can search and/or filter down to find the program that is right for you. Studying abroad is a wonderful way to improve your resume, give you a global experience and perspective, and allow you the opportunity to experience other cultures.
https://www.usf.edu/student-affairs/campus-rec/index.aspx |Recreation Center, 813-974-7084