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About the university

Your future starts here

With bright, modern classrooms, an expansive learning resource center and specialized support areas, INTO University of South Florida gives you the best possible start as a university student. The convenient location, in the heart of campus, makes it easy to access all the benefits of being a USF student.

Home to 14 academic colleges, USF offers more than 240 undergraduate and graduate degree programs, first-rate facilities, 2,400 engaging faculty staff members and Division I athletics. USF's mission is to help you succeed in your studies and as a global community citizen through a competitive curriculum and access to real-world research. We are also a top producer of Fulbright US Scholarship recipients and ranked No. 15 worldwide for the number of research patents granted.

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A campus that caters to your needs

Your first year at INTO USF will be full of new experiences, many of which will happen right here on campus. Studying for an exam? Enjoy 24-hour access to the library’s millions of resources and more than 300 computers. Need a break? Meet friends for lunch at Marshall Student Center, the hub of campus life. Are you a sports fan? Cheer on the Bulls with free admission to all sporting events or find fun ways to stay healthy in our 8,500-square meter recreational facility. And if you do get sick, Student Health Services is only steps away.

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Designed with you in mind

At the INTO USF Center, you’ll have access to a wide range of resources and services to assist with your studies and ease your transition to the US. Not sure how to open a bank account? We'll help you. Questions about your visa? We’ve got the answers. From tutoring and test preparation to off-campus outings, you'll find everything you need to make your first year a success right here.

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Amanda Chen, Taiwan
"I have learned a lot during this journey at USF, starting a new life, dealing with things on my own, and getting new friends from all over the world. All of these have helped me to grow and become a mature adult." Amanda Chen, Taiwan

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