Staff at our additional campus locations provide information to prospective students regarding program offerings, admission requirements, and the various aspects of preparing to begin an academic program. Program Coordinators are on hand to meet with prospective students and provide assistance with academic planning.
A wide variety of resources are available online through USF's Gleeson Library | Geshcke Center. Online books, journal articles, and videos (plus document delivery) provide the materials, and online research help, class instruction, and research guides provide guidance in using them. See the library’s Online & Distance Services page for key services.
The Learning and Writing Center, located on the San Francisco campus, also provides tutors and writing professionals to support students academically. Students can work with tutors on a one-on-one basis or in groups on a wide range of subjects, including Statistics.
Program Specific Resources
A range of assistance related to programs of study are available through the academic programs and colleges. The college's advisers, program, and dean's offices are ready to assist with any issues regardless of where you take your course of study. Contact the programs directly for anything you need assistance with.