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Programs to Change the World from Here

Thanks to the Campaign for USF, we have increased opportunities for students to engage in real-world working and learning experiences that integrate Jesuit values with professional development. 

Anonymous $2.5 Million Gift Enriches the Black Experience at USF

The Black Achievement Success and Engagement program has been the beneficiary of an anonymous gift.

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Money raised and awarded

$15 Million

The largest gift to the Honors College


Awarded by the Tomaselo BASE Emergency Fund

Over $189.4 Million

since 2018

Empowering the Engineers of the Future

A key priority of the Campaign for USF, the Engineering Program combines Jesuit values and 21st-century problem-solving.

Student works on an engineering project.

Diversity in action


States and two countries represent our first engineering class


Men, 14 women, 1 non-binary person, and 17 people of color


Internships, and projects, and guest lecturers

A HUB for Innovative Thinking and Collaborative Living

USF's Honors College brings students together to experience an innovative liberal arts core curriculum designed to create enriched collaboration and immersive learning.

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A meaningful and unique experience


Max number of students in an Honors College Class


Of its kind at a Jesuit university