Apply as a Visiting Student

As a visiting student, you can take classes at either the undergraduate or the graduate level. Please choose the appropriate application below.

Before you apply, make sure you've looked through the Schedule of Classes to see what's being offered. If you plan to transfer your USF credits to another institution, be sure to confirm with that institution that your USF credits will transfer to your program.

When you submit your visiting student application, you'll be asked to select a college/school. We recommend you choose the college or school that most represents the classes you'd take as a visiting student, though you can still take classes from multiple colleges/schools.

  • College of Arts and Sciences — Arts: Humanities classes, such as history, arts, philosophy, etc.
  • College of Arts and Sciences — Science: Science classes, such as biology, chemistry, data science, etc.
  • School of Management: Business classes, such as management, finance, entrepreneurship, etc.
  • School of Nursing and Health Professions: Classes specific to the nursing and health professions fields, such as nutrition, pharmacology, nursing fundamentals, etc.

You will receive a decision within two weeks of submitting a completed application. The courses you wish to take may be subject to approval to ensure they are open for visiting students.

Apply as a visiting undergraduate student

Use this application if you intend to enroll in undergraduate level courses.

Apply as a visiting graduate student

Use this application if you intend to enroll in graduate level courses.

 
International Students

In addition to your application, you'll need to also complete the Visiting International Student Request Form.

You are welcome to be a visiting student as long as you are currently in the U.S. with an F-1 or J-1 visa at another school. USF does not issue I-20 forms to visiting students, so you will need to maintain your full-time F-1 or J-1 status at your other school.

If you hold a B-1 or B-2 visa or if you are participating in the visa waiver program, you are not eligible to be a visiting student at USF.