USF World Giving
You may not have realized it when you were a student, visiting scholar, or faculty/staff-member traveling abroad on behalf of USF, but behind all the international programming, USF World was there - planning, preparing, implementing, organizing, and coordinating. Whether you were a domestic student who studied abroad, a Fulbright Scholar, a global researcher, or an international student who came to Florida, you were guided and supported by USF World.
USF World works tirelessly to promote a global culture at USF, to globalize and support student success, to enhance global initiatives within the university, and to deepen global engagement.
If you would like to support another student's opportunities, ensure the continuity of international programming, and deepen global engagement on and off campus, please consider giving to USF World. You will find the most impactful of our funds listed below.
Help to support an education abroad experience for a student traveling internationally on a USF-sponsored study abroad trip.
Your contribution will assist USF students with the cost of obtaining a passport to use when studying abroad.
Help international students, non-U.S. citizens, and/or permanent resident aliens (Green Card holder) afford the cost of higher education. Funds here go to support scholarships and fellowships from our International Admissions Office.
Help support USF international students who have been impacted by world events (such as the conflict in Ukraine), natural disasters, and/or changes in family or personal circumstances that cause serious financial hardship. Your donations help to support students struggling to pay for everyday expenses such as apartment rent, utilities, household supplies, transportation, and in some cases, travel costs.
If you would like to help support all general events and activities that USF World arranges for students and staff, please consider supporting our general Operating Fund. We exist to bring people to together and increase awareness of the rich diversity that exists within our campus and broader community.