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Degree: Public Health
Graduation Year: 2012

My college is known for being one of the top research schools in the country! Not only are the students expected to work together through classwork they also are expected to be present on campus. We have so many opportunities for that because we have clubs, black student union, fraternities, sororities and so much more. We offer opportunities for residential life as a resident assistant, we are known for our school pride and our wonderful president Judy Genshaft. I really enjoyed my time at the College of public Health because the professors took the time to get to know us through our strengths and weaknesses. We had a lot of public speaking and the group work only allowed us to become closer as a cohort. Speaking of extracurricular activities being a returned peace corps volunteer I was happy to find out how active my school is within the community. WE are always finding a way to give back to Tampa Bay. We make time to learn about our community and its needs. We commit time to after school activities, we always have some relaxing school activities and we are also spearheading research for cancer. I think that the learning environment at my university is nothing short of magical. We have ballet, art, theater, the student art museum, Rocky Horror Picture Show, bull-market, long library hours, supportive staff and most of all supportive peers. I hope that you can come learn about yourself and others at the best school on the planet. Take it from me I change my major a few times, but in the end I walked across the stage with my head head high.

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Degree: Public Health
Graduation Year: 2018

USF is a great school that is really dedicated to the success of it's students. The university offers great financial aid, as well as academic services. As a research-based school, USF offered me great research opportunities and I really enjoy working in the laboratory facilities on campus!

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Degree: Electrical Engineering
Graduation Year: 2015

The electrical Engineering department is broke. They don't have funds for anything useful for students. Especially, there is no recognition if you get employed as a TA. Totally ridiculous funding system and do not come to this University, especially this department if you plan to pursue your PhD.

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Degree: Professional, Technical, Business, and Scientific Writing
Graduation Year: 2012

The atmosphere of USF is very friendly and accepting. The professors are always available by email and office hours. They are many extracurricular activities. The library resources are very user friendly and so is the online interface. I am returning for my Masters because I liked the school a lot.

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Degree: Information Technology
Graduation Year: 2017

University of South Florida is a grate school. It's in the Tampa bay area. They really care about the students and have resources to help students learn and succeed. The verity of degrees is great. They have lots of Community partnerships too. I loved my time at university of South Florida

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Degree: Social Work
Graduation Year: 2016

I thoroughly enjoyed my time at USF. From the advisors to the professors teaching the classes, I never felt uncomfortable asking questions or advice in future endeavors. I would recommend the BSW program to anyone interested in social work who wants to attend USF. I was hired directly after graduation at the location that I interned at. The connections truly are beneficial to the students. If you're on the fence about USF, I hope this helped you feel even more confident in your choice to become a BULL!

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Degree: Business
Graduation Year: 2017

The University of South Florida College of Business provided me with excellent connections to involve myself more intricately with my degree/future career path. We had access to an entire ISDS department that would answer questions we had in regards to courses, career paths, and internship opportunities. We also received a lot of helpful information in emails distributed by our BAIS advisor. The course names' could be misleading at times, and lead to some difficulty when picking major elective courses, but when I was graduating it was something professors were aware of and were making an effort to change. Overall. I was very satisfied with my experience as an undergrad pursing this degree.

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Degree: Psychology
Graduation Year: 2017

USF provided me with a lot of great opportunities. Diverse campus that cares about its students. Had some really interesting professors and classes. Great weather year round and a beautiful campus. Met a lot of cool people. There are opportunities available but you have to seek them out. Make the most out of your college experience! It flies by.

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Degree: History
Graduation Year: 2015

The University of South Florida is a great school. One of the problems was that I was a non-medical degree seeking student and I did not feel like there was a variety of classes for my degree. Nevertheless, the teachers that I had were knowledgeable. My teachers were available after hours and always provided constructive feedback my essays. My teachers were also aware of the rising costs of books and went out of their way to assign one book, or created their own printable books with the lessons that will be taught in class.

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Degree: Biomedical Sciences
Graduation Year: 2016

My experiences at the University of South Florida have been nothing short of amazing! Many people tend to overlook USF when they think about Florida universities, but this is such a major mistake! Every professor I had at USF was extremely passionate about seeing their students succeed. I was very well prepared for a position in medical school to pursue my dream of becoming a physician. Also, USF prides itself on student diversity, with a greater understanding of global ethnic diversity and tolerance; there are a number of outreach and inclusion initiatives carried out by the university in the community. In addition, USF was recently given $45 million from the state of Florida for student success, with the total funding during 2017 adding up to an impressive $520 million. This extra funding means even more open doors for students when it comes to learning and extracurricular activities. I love that USF is a microcosm of the world, with students from all over the world. I was exposed to many unique perspectives that enhanced my learning throughout college. Also, USF provides many resources to students of diverse interests; in my case, I had access to laboratory experience through Alzheimer's research on campus, a two major hospitals flanking USF's borders and one of the top cancer treatment centers in the country. Not to mention, Tampa is an incredibly fun and diverse city! There is never a shortage of events and fun to get away from academics! We have four professional athletic teams, breathtaking beaches, Gasparilla, unique stores and amazing food! The opportunities are endless at USF, and the community at USF is dedicated to seeing students succeed. GO BULLS!

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