Academic Support for Students
Academic Success Center: Tutoring for basic courses at USFSP are covered by tuition. No fee. The primary aim of our services is to help you become more independent and effective students and learners. Our tutors or consultants will not write a paper, proof a paper, or complete an assignment for you.
Ask a librarian: What kind of questions do users have in general? The “Virtual Library” is sponsored under the LSTA forecast (Act on library services and technology), as part of the Institute of Museum and Library Services (Institute of Museum and Library Services), and administered by the Florida Department of State (Department of State) and the State Library and archives of Florida (Library and State Archives of Florida). The “Virtual Library” is a service of Florida Electronic Library (Electronic Library of Florida).
Schedule of Classes: This is a real-time search providing the most up-to-date information about courses at USFSP.
Student Disability Services: The mission of Student Disability Services is to create and maintain an environment at the university that is supportive to students with special needs and will grant academic accommodations to students with documented disabilities, providing them with an equal chance of academic success.
TRIO – Student Support Services: TRiO Student Support Services at USF St. Petersburg is funded by the U.S. Department of Education, offering a wide range of academic and personal support services to help undergraduate students be successful as they pursue their educational goals at USFSP. Participation in TRiO Student Support Services is limited to 200 students each year.
Software Tutorials: Atomic Learning is an online technology training and professional development tool for educators. As easy as it is to use, you may still have some questions about specific functions within the system. This tutorial series will help answer those questions.
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David BrodosiInterim Director, Online Learning & Instructional Technology Support ServicesPhone: 727-873-4126Fax: 727-873-4127