Graduation at USF

University success

Preparing you for academic and career success

We want to see you succeed at University of South Florida and beyond. We can measure that success in a number of ways.

One way we measure your success is by seeing you successfully complete your INTO program. We have a 93% progression rate from the Undergraduate Pathway program to degree-seeking status at USF. Another way we measure your success is by making sure you’ve acquired the skills to finish your degree program. We will also help you find financial success after you graduate.

The Fall 2015 graduation rate was the highest in the school’s history and included students from more than 55 countries. Out of the 114,000 members of the USF Alumni Association, 76% earn $50,000 or more and 32% earn $100,000 or more each year.

Our greatest success can be found on the faces of our students. With student satisfaction rates in excess of 90%, we can assure you that your happiness and well-being will always be our top priority.

Engineering student Trang Luong

Trang Luong

Engineering graduate

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Shaping her future

Our students dream big. They achieve in the classroom, excel in their careers and go on to make meaningful contributions to their countries and the global community. Meet Trang Luong, a Vietnam native who arrived in the US in 2011 to begin the INTO USF Undergraduate Pathway program in Science. In the summer of 2015, she earned her bachelor’s degree in engineering, and received an impressive list of accolades along the way.

In 2014, Trang was named the New Face of Engineering by DiscoverE., which recognizes the country’s best and brightest engineering students. In addition to graduating magna cum laude for her GPA, she became the first international student to receive USF’s Outstanding Graduate Award for the class of 2015, an honor given to a graduating senior who embodies leadership, school spirit, academic excellence and community involvement.

“When I first came to the US to study, I wasn’t even sure what I wanted to study,” Trang recalls. "INTO USF helped guide me to explore my potential talents through constant academic support. I truly have found myself at USF.”

Trang is now pursuing a graduate degree in transportation engineering at USF. Who will be the next INTO USF success story? Maybe you.




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