University of South Florida

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The University of South Florida ( USF also called ) is a public university in Tampa, Florida. With over 44,000 students, it is one of the ten largest universities in the United States. It is also the third largest university in Florida. The USF was founded in 1956.

The sports teams of the USF are the South Florida Bulls. The university is a member of the American Athletic Conference since 2013.


The university offers teaching and research in 14 departments.

  • College of Arts and Sciences: corporate, social sciences, natural sciences and mathematics
  • College of Behavioral and Community Sciences: Behavioral Science and Medicine
  • College of Business: Business and Economy
  • College of Education: regional, national and international education
  • College of Engineering: Engineering Science, sustainability, renewable energy and biomedical engineering
  • Patel College of Global Sustainability: Sustainability in the area of ​​culture, geography and demography
  • College of Graduate Studies: Interdisciplinary Research
  • Honors College
  • College of Marine Science: Oceanography
  • Morsani College of Medicine: Medicine
  • College of Nursing: Health Care
  • College of Pharmacy: Pharmacy
  • College of Public Health: Health Care
  • College of The Arts: architecture, design, art and art history, theater, dance

Known graduates

  • Mike Jenkins, American football player
  • Ashley Rodrigues - Football national team for the Guyanese national team of women
  • Neven Subotic, football player

USF Sun Dome

Medical Office Building

Logo of the University