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USF will award more than 4,400 degrees to students from all three campuses during fall commencement ceremonies on Friday, Dec. 8, and Saturday, Dec. 9 at the Yuengling Center on the Tampa campus. Among those graduating are Thomas Burt and Rachel Cacace of the College of Education at USF Sarasota-Manatee, whose stories illustrate the value of graduate education.
The on-campus resource provides students with free business attire as they embark on their professional journey.
December 6, 2023Students
The School District of Manatee County named USF Sarasota-Manatee alumnus Joshua Bennett Principal of the Year. Bennett, who has served as the principal for Braden River Elementary School since 2019, graduated from USF in 1999 and 2004.
December 5, 2023Students
Graduates include student veterans, a mother-daughter earning their degrees at the same time and a future engineer with high-functioning autism spectrum disorder graduating with a near-perfect GPA.
Graduates and guests attending fall commencement will see some enhancements to regalia, stage design and programs – many of which were made with sustainability in mind.
USF is home to nearly 1,400 student veterans. They are among roughly one million college students with military backgrounds nationwide. USF has recently adopted a “veteran inclusive” approach that recognizes veterans’ experiences and viewpoints and incorporates them into everyday campus life.
November 20, 2023Students
USF’s Innovative Education is taking online courses to the next level with cutting-edge technology and providing students with hands-on experience working behind the scenes.
November 16, 2023Students
Thousands of first-generation college students choose USF each year, and they are celebrated and supported at every point along their journey.
November 8, 2023Students
In a significant move to address societal aging and the unique needs and contributions of older adults, the University of South Florida has joined the international Age-Friendly University Global Network.
The University of South Florida will host dozens of events this November that promote programs that prepare students for a global environment and attract future leaders from abroad to study, learn and exchange experiences.
The top four floors of the six-story building under construction on the south side of the campus courtyard adjacent to the Selby Auditorium and Crosley Campus Center, will consist of suite-style and apartment-style residences.