Student Wellness Services
USF has created a new online collection of resources to assist students in attending to their health and wellness during this challenging time. This website, called the "Basic Needs" website, includes on- and off-campus resources for:
- Food insecurity
- Housing Insecurity
- Financial Wellness
- Mental and Physical Health Needs
- Student Laptop Program
- Gender-Non-Conforming Student Resources
- Undocumented/DACA Student Resources
School of Education students are also encouraged to contact their advisor, department chair or the Dean's Office with any additional questions. Students can reach the Dean's Office at email@example.com.
USF Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) provides individual, couples (both parties must be enrolled at USF), and group counseling for students as well as consultation and outreach services to support students’ wellness and success. Detailed information can be found throughout their website.
Canvas is a cloud-based learning management system, where instructors create online a presence to supplement on-ground courses or facilitate hybrid courses where the majority of learning is conducted outside of class.