Center for Academic and Student Achievement
Hear USF students describe how CASA supports their academic and personal development, from orientation to graduation.
From the first week students arrive on campus, USF provides its students the support and resources necessary to succeed academically, and set them on their career path.
From orientation to graduation, USF students work together in a one-on-one setting with full-time faculty, beginning with creating an invigorating, comprehensive, and realistic individual academic plan based upon each students interests, strengths and goals.
Academic advising is more than course selection — it’s an ongoing conversation that explores the diversity of perspectives, experiences, and traditions available at the university.
USF is committed to empowering students to achieve their academic goals. To assist students, the Center for Academic and Student Achievement offers one-on-one academic coaching and evaluations to help keep students on the road to graduation.
The USF Career Services Center provides support for students, whether they are freshman figuring out their career paths or seniors looking for their first full-time opportunity. Students receive assistance in writing resumes and cover letters, interview practice, finding a job or internship, exploring careers and majors, and applying to graduate school.
The Priscilla A. Scotlan Career Services Center offers the following services to students:
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) offers assistance to students seeking greater self-understanding and help resolving problems that interfere with their optimal personal functioning. It is normal to experience adjustment problems, especially during periods of transition.
Issues commonly addressed include: