College of Arts & Sciences
A liberal arts education forms a broad academic foundation for independent thought, critical analysis, and lifelong learning. In other words, preparing you for your first career and your next.
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More than 57 million records in Scopus
6.8 million conference papers from over 83,000 worldwide events
27 million patents from five patent offices
With over twenty masters and doctoral programs, the School of Education welcomes teachers, counselors, and leaders who seek to make an impact serving those most in need.
The law school pursues excellence in a humane, diverse, and intellectually vibrant learning community of outstanding teachers and scholars dedicated to training ethical professionals.
School of Management classrooms extend well beyond campus borders into an entrepreneurial city famous for innovation. Opportunity is right outside our door.
In classrooms or the clinic, our students take a hands-on approach in training for an evolving health care system.
Student organizations dedicated to community service
Undergraduate Awarded Financial Aid
Graduate Students from all over the U.S. and 33 countries
Undergraduates from 49 states and 87 countries
Awarded Pell Grants
The media studies major and former USF Foghorn writer has reported on El Papa and the Vatican for Spanish- and English-speaking audiences in the U.S. and Latin America for the past four years, starting under Pope Benedict XVI.
When San Francisco Giants superfan Allie Prawdzik ’17 landed an internship in June photographing some of the team’s biggest moments, she had to pinch herself to be sure she wasn’t dreaming.
When Alyssa Pohahau graduated from USF in May 2014, she'd already secured a position as a software engineer at Square, a finance company best known for the square accessory that lets business owners use a smartphone or tablet as their cash register.