University of South Florida - Main Campus Reviews
I was very satisfied with my time at University of South Florida. I went to nursing school, so the program would have been rigorous regardless, but I always felt supported and never felt as if I was being neglected. Like all programs, there were some teacher who were not as good as others, but Those classes were still manageable. I had a great clinical site and amazing clinical instructors. During our last semester, they made sure to properly prepare us for our licensure exam and really helped us prepare. I passed the NCLEX the first time!
Though Microbiology is a tough subject, most of the teachers were very insightful and made the material approachable. That being said, there is a ton of information so if you don't like to study or generally enjoy this subject overall, I suggest choosing a different major.
I have enjoyed attending USF since I started spring semester, and would highly recommend this campus to any college student searching for diversity, school spirit, and a good education. The campus is large and allows space for many different activities/events.
University of South Florida is a very diverse and inclusive environment. Many of the course are ranked at a very competitive level and the professor are quite knowledgeable in their areas of study. The work / life balance on this campus is also pretty impressive and I was able to complete my degree with a great GPA while also creating bonds and making some fun college memories.
USF was a great choice for me because I was working full-time and going to school full-time. They offered classes on campus and online. I was able to combine night classes with online classes and work during the day, Sometimes there was an ocassional Saturday class available. (English) The campus has resaurants and a cafe on campus, so it was easy to pick up lunch without having to drive. It was safe and clean, parking lots well lit and the professors were very likable, tough curriculum but nice prfessors who challenged you to really think. Overall, I am satisfied with my education there.
The University of South Florida has an amazing school of Business. There are are always great networking opportunities available to students and the professors are all there to help usher you into learning what you need to know to have a great career. The professors often give advice that applies to the real world and not just textbook responses to your questions.
This is a large school with a ton of students and often times you will feel like a number rather than a name, which is a downfall to the school. There are small things that need to be fixed on the Main Campus, like parking. There are never any parking spots, no matter when you arrive, even though you pay $183 for a parking permit. However, this is a beautiful campus, with many learning opportunities, clubs, sororities, honors societies, etc. that can make this a great place to earn your degree.
University of South Florida is a great place to study. There is always interactive events and festivities that make it fun while working hard. The students take pride in the school and always showing school spirit. Some classes are a small size and intimate attention, while others are great in size. However, there is so much help with tutors and teaching assistants.
The University of South Florida was a great school to obtain my Bachelor's degree in Mass Communications/Public Relations. They taught me the importance of interning while in college to test the waters in my field as well as join student organizations related to my field to help develop a network and enhance my college experience. I followed those directions and I believe it helped me get the most out of my college career .
My time at the University of South Florida was AMAZING! It is a very diverse school with a beautiful campus. When I say diverse, I mean you'll see White, Black, Hispanic, Asian, and more just about everywhere you go. There are so many different organizations and activities going on that you have a hard time deciding which one to be a part of. When it comes to my degree, it hurts me to say that it does not pay after college. I have a Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Social Sciences with concentrations in Criminology & Sociology. I struggled with getting a decent job, let alone a job that paid a decent amount. Now I'm back in school pursuing a Master of Science in Counseling degree to allow my resume to compete with others in my field. I don't regret my degree because that's what I wanted BUT I wish I picked up a Minor in something that pays.