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What do I need to do before starting classes? View the First-Year Student Checklist or Transfer Student Checklist

Where do I go for support outside of the classroom?


Where can I find personal development resources?

Speak with a Peer Advisor Leader (PAL) in the Office of New Student Connections. Contact a PAL
I need to find a building and/or parking lot on campus. Is there a map? Click Here
What do the building abbreviations stand for? Click Here

How do I get a parking permit?


What are the Bull Runner bus routes?


What other transportation options are available?

Visit Parking & Transportation Services: Click Here
How can I stay current on important dates throughout the year? Check the New Student Connections Main Calendar regularly
How can I become familiar with available technology support? Visit the USF Information Technology page at http://it.usf.edu/

Where can I learn about meal plan options?


How do I change my meal plan?

Visit Dining Services: Click Here
Where are the dining locations on campus? Click Here
Is there an "all-healthy" dining location? Visit Champion's Choice









Where to I go for help with my writing?


Where do I go for test prep help for the GRE, MCAT, or LSAT essays?

Visit the Writing Center at http://guides.lib.usf.edu/writing

Where can I get help with my Math, Science, or Foreign Language courses?


Where can I develop my study skills?


Where can I get test prep help for the MCAT, GRE, GKT, or CPT?

Visit Tutoring & Learning Services at http://guides.lib.usf.edu/tutoring

Where can I talk with an advisor about my major or academic performance?


Where can I get counseling regarding entering an academic college or professional program?

Contact your academic advisor at your respective academic college: Click Here
Where can I learn more about the different majors offered at USF? View the A-Z listing
Where can I learn about undergraduate research opportunities? Visit the Undergraduate Research website: Click Here
Where else can I find information related to academic advising and support resources? Check out the Academic Advising Resources website: Click Here
Where can I find important university academic dates? Visit the Registrar’s website: Click Here



Campus InvolvementTop




How can I get involved on campus?


Where can I find a list of student organizations?

Visit the Center for Student Involvement at


Who can tell me more about joining a Fraternity or Sorority? Visit the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life at http://usfgreeklife.com
Where do I go to learn about volunteer opportunities? Visit the Center for Leadership & Civic Engagement at http://leadandserve.usf.edu

Where can I learn more about rich cultural opportunities and events on campus?


How can I get connected with the GLBTQ community?

Visit the Office of Multicultural Affairs at http://multicultural.usf.edu

Where can I learn about on-campus living opportunities at USF?


Where do I apply for an exemption to my first-year student live-on requirement?

Visit the Office of Housing & Residential Education at http://www.housing.usf.edu
What services and offices are located in the Marshall Student Center? Visit the MSC website at http://msc.usf.edu
How can I stay up to date on important news? Read the Oracle student newspaper at http://www.usforacle.com
How can I find out about exciting student programs and events? Read the Note-a-BULL News in your student email every Friday (see past issues)
Where can I go to learn about religious and spiritual opportunities? Visit USF Religious & Spiritual Life at http://www.rsl.usf.edu
I'm a military veteran. Where can I go for support? Visit the Office of Veterans Services at http://www.veterans.usf.edu
Where can I learn more about representing the student body? Visit the Student Government website at http://sg.usf.edu



Career & FinancialTop




How can I find the career path that is right for me?


Who can help me conduct a job search?


Where do I go for help writing a résumé?

Visit the Career Center at http://www.career.usf.edu
Where can I find a part-time job, federal work-study job, internship, or co-op position? Visit the USF Employment website: Click here

Where can I learn about scholarships and financial aid?

Visit University Scholarships & Financial Aid Services at http://usfweb2.usf.edu/finaid

Where can I pay a fee bill? Visit the Cashier's Office: Click Here
How can I check for charges on my account? Sign in to OASIS: Click Here
Where can I get free legal advice?

Learn about and make an appointment with legal aid here

Where can I go to set up a checking and/or savings account? Visit the USF Federal Credit Union on the 1st floor of the Marshall Student Center - View the Website



Health & WellnessTop




Where do I go for medical attention on campus? Visit Student Health Services at http://www.shs.usf.edu
Where do I go to talk with a counselor about a situation or issue?

Visit the Counseling Center at http://usfweb2.usf.edu/counsel

How can I learn how to stay healthy?


Where can I learn good eating habits?

Visit Wellness Education & Promotion at http://wellness.usf.edu

Where can I go for assistance if I have a disability or special need?


Where can I receive support if I have a temporary disability?

Visit Students with Disabilities Services at http://www.sds.usf.edu

How can I join an intramural sport?


Where can I join a sport club?


Where can I find fitness classes?


Where can I go to learn about adventure trips?

Visit Campus Recreation: Click Here
Where do I go for emergency support and related campus resources? Visit the USF Police Department at http://www.usfpd.usf.edu

Where can I learn more about USF emergency preparedness?

Click Here
Who can I call for an escort if I am walking alone on campus at night? Call the USF S.A.F.E. (Safe And Free Escort) Team at 813-974-SAFE (7233)



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