Just for Students
Student Academic Support Services
Everything this office does is free for our students. Free peer-to-peer tutoring, free online tutoring and free advice on getting organized and managing your time. What can we say? We're here to make our students successful. If you're worried about your course load, SASS is the place to go.
My Cougar Connection
My Cougar Connection (MCC) is a personal portal for student information. On MCC you can view financial aid awards, register for classes (starting your second semester), print your schedule and view your billing statement. Before you attend registration, you will be emailed a temporary user ID and password. If you didn't supply an email address, please email The Office of Admissions to request your login information. You will need your login information at New Student Orientation, where you'll sign up for your first semester of USF classes.
Office of Career Services
More free services for students. This office helps students understand career options. Sure you like science, but what can you do with that? Once you know what you want to do, we also help make sure you're successful starting your career. We'll help you write a resume and practice for interviews.
Blackboard is an online learning management system that enhances the educational experiences of students. Most professors use Blackboard to post grades, course syllabi and assignments. Students can also use chat, email and forums to interact with faculty and other students in any given course. You will log in to Blackboard using your USF student username and password.
As a commuter, we know you're busy. You might not have the same opportunities to get involved on campus as the students who are here all the time. Commuter Services exists to make you feel more a part of the campus community. Expect free lunch and Gas Card Bingo. Watch for our newsletter, it has coupons! Stay connected through our Facebook group and on Twitter.
John Duns Scotus Honors Program
The USF Honors Program - aside from a greater academic challenge and resume-building rewards - allows students to work more closely with faculty on learning and research projects. Have a 3.5 GPA and SAT of 1200 or an ACT of 26? Email the program director and let him know you are interested.