Student Life works to provide the necessary co-curricular instruction and experience to ensure that each student receives a holistic education which is grounded in healthy and viable leadership principles and practices.
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- For help on or off campus (counseling and wellness, health information, campus security, campus police, campus ministries, crisis centers, substance abuse programs).
- Participating in Student Government will give you the chance to make a difference for your fellow students, your campus, and yourself.
- Need help in a class or a quiet place to study? The Information Commons at USF Sarasota-Manatee can help!
- USF Sarasota-Manatee will use email to primarily communicate with students. It is important for any student to read emails from USF Sarasota-Manatee. Official communications (as opposed to spam) will have the words "USF-Info" in the subject line. Remember, that you may forward your USF email to any other email address.
- Join the USF Credit Union. The USF Credit Union is a financial institution owned and controlled by Members for their benefit. USF Credit Union services include: Free ATM access; Money-Line; Direct Deposit; VISA Check Card; cyberteller; Consumer Credit Counseling services; automatic transfer; night drop (in specific locations); safe deposit boxes (in specific locations); and traveler's checks. The USF Credit Union ATM is located inside Jonathan's Cafe.
Spiritual growth and development occurs naturally in college life, and that's why the University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee offers students, staff, and faculty the services of a campus chaplain and a program in support of spiritual development.
The Campus Chaplain listens, gives counsel, provides spiritual direction, and helps network students with local resources for their specific religion or denominational body. Working together with campus ministry, students may find themselves called to social justice projects, candlelight vigils, or special services such as pastoral prayer or Soulful Sundowns (a form of young adult worship). The chaplain, with the assistance of other approved ordained clergy, leads a weekly interfaith support group for anyone going through change and challenges called Transitions. This drop-in gathering occurs Wednesdays at 5pm and is open to everyone regardless of religious perspective.
To contact the Campus Chaplain directly by calling 941-309-0200 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.