Digitized special collections materials from the Donohue Rare Book Room, electronic publications and other academic works by USF faculty and students, and digitized archival materials related to university and local history. New collections and items are regularly added to the site and will be featured here.
The USF Yearbooks—variously titled The Don, The Ignatian, and in the example pictured here, The Adios—offer a window onto the changing face of the campus, the students, and the City. Find basketball great Bill Russell in 1955; check out the "Frosh Smoker," the "Soph Drag," and see Jimmie Durante (ask your grandparents) crown the queen of the Mardi Gras in 1954; see the patriotism of 1942; see the politics, protests, and unbridled creativity of 1972; see your professors when they were young.
Moreover, see the tides of history, culture, fashion, and ideas through the prism of USF students and their yearbooks.
Selected prints, drawings, photographs, maps and other graphic materials from special collections, including over 300 prints and drawings by Eric Gill, the British sculptor, typeface designer, stone-cutter and print-maker.
Selected literary and historical manuscripts from special collections. It currently includes letters by notable literary figures like E.M. Forster, Sherwood Anderson, etc. It also features an autograph by Saint Ignatius of Loyola from the 16th century.
Selected rare books ranging from early printed books to twentieth-century printed ephemera. The collection currently features a number of early twentieth-century booklets by the likes of Eric Gill and John Fass, whose works are celebrated for their design and typography.
The USF Yearbooks—variously titled The Don, The Ignatian, and The Adios—offer a window onto the changing face of the campus, the students, and the City.
Over time, the collection will include yearbooks from 1910 to the present.
Selected volumes (1976 to 2009) of USF's General Catalog or Course Catalog are full-text searchable in this collection.
Selected materials from the library holdings and the University Archives that are related to USF or local history.
A peer-reviewed electronic journal published roughly once each summer by USF Center for the Pacific Rim. It welcomes submissions from all fields of the social sciences and the humanities with relevance to the Asia Pacific region
Writing for a Real World is dedicated to providing a public
the finest undergraduate student writing at the University of San
Created in partnership between the Dean of Arts and Sciences and the
Rhetoric and Language, WRW publishes refereed student writing with
commentary from students and their instructors.
Documentation of the evidence-based-practice projects for the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program at USF School of Nursing.