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Student Philanthropy Committee

Click here to view your Linked In photo from the May 8th event!The Student Philanthropy Committee are student volunteers working to create awareness about the importance of philanthropy at USF while raising money to provide scholarship support for our fellow students.

We celebrate generosity because without it, USF would not be what it is today; 7 out of every 10 of your friends might not be able to be here. We believe that USF should remain accessible to students from all backgrounds!



Did You Know?

Not many people realize that tuition only covers 86% of the cost of a USF education. Donations play an important role in helping to bridge the gap. Although none of us enjoy paying tuition, we appreciate that the generosity of others makes it a little lower!

Approximately 70% of students rely on financial aid, so donations to scholarships are crucial. Without them, 7 out of 10 of our classmates would not have access to a USF education.

The Senior Class Gift is an example of students helping students, and is an important tradition for all students to participate in. Money raised for the Senior Class Gift goes into a scholarship so that other USF students can have the same experiences that you had.

How You Can Help

  • Contribute your story: Send an e-mail to the Student Philanthropy Committee and we will contact you to take your picture and collect your hand written message.
  • Volunteer as a photographer: Love taking pictures and eager to build your portfolio? The SPC is looking for talented students to help with our awareness building campaign. Photo credit will be given on all pictures used. Please e-mail the Student Philanthropy Committee to volunteer or to learn more.
  • Encourage your student group to partner with us: Is your club, team, fraternity/sorority, or class looking for a cause to support? Help us keep USF accessible to students from all backgrounds by fundraising for the USF Scholarship. Contact us to find out more.

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