These schools are similar to University of South Florida-Main Campus in key aspects like size, setting, and academics.
100% of students
It is a great university to attend, specially for courses like precalculus because the teachers know what they're doing compared to community colleges. It is not much of a college town in a sense of party, but it was amazing to be able to have the chance to be part of something greater. I would recommend join as many clubs and sports as you can to keep yourself busy.
There wasn't much student involvement in activities
I'm currently still here and this was the first time back on campus but it's been okay so far. Things are getting back to normal slowly but overall I am having a good experience. I wish there were more class options and more remote class options
More classes and more remote options
I joined the Bulls family in 2020, but because of COVID, I decided to wait to move over here for school and did online school. I moved over to Tampa into an off-campus apartment and have been walking to my classes. I have loved it and I am sad to think that I missed out on some of this! All of my professors have been really nice and understanding, and the campus is beautiful! I really love being at the USF Tampa campus.
There hasn’t really been anything that I didn’t like.
I love how much the staff at USF care for students and their success.
Opportunities for research are limited and can be full
It’s a huge campus with tons of things to do and learn.
The bus system of the university
There are so many different opportunities for anything. In the terms of social life, there are so many fraternities, sororities, clubs, and extra-circulars that every student is welcome to join. Many of the staff members are also very encouraging in helping the students with their passion when it's finding internships or finding and guiding the students down a path that they want to pursue with their careers.
With the amount of money that students pay, the housing and food, and Parking on campus are very mediocre.