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University Police (UPB 002)

Located on the corner of Maple and Fletcher
(813) 974-2628

USF Police Department is a state accredited Law Enforcement Agency. The department serves  the community by providing crime prevention programs and enforcement of laws that promote a safer learning environment.


Counseling Center (SVC 2124)

(813) 974-2831

  • Crisis Intervention
  • Counseling Services—Individual, Couples and Group Services
  • Stress Management
  • Psychiatric Evaluation & Treatment
  • Consultation


Student Health Services (SHS 100)

(813) 974-2331

  • Same Day Service – General Clinic
  • Primary Care Medical Services
  • Women’s Clinic
  • Wellness - Nutrition and Sexual Health
  • Pharmacy


Office of the Dean for Students (MSC 4th floor)

(813) 974-6677

  • General Student Support Services
  • In case of illness or emergency will assist with faculty notification and administrative options (withdrawal, course changes, etc.)


The Ombuds Office (SVC 2057)


You should visit the Ombuds Office if...

  • You are not sure where to go for help
  • You have a problem, concern, complaint, or dispute you want to discuss informally
  • You would like to talk to someone confidentially
  • You are unsure of USF policies or procedures that relate to your problem
  • You would like to know what resources or options are available to you
  • You feel a policy or procedure is not being followed fairly
  • You have identified issues or trends you would like USF to address


Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities (RAR 234)

(813) 974-9443

  • Academic and Behavioral Conduct Issues


Center for Victim Advocacy and Violence Prevention (SVC 1138)

(813) 974-5756

Crime Victim Helpline: (813) 974-5757

The USF Advocacy Program provides free and private services to USF students, faculty and staff, both men and women, who have experienced crime, violence, or abuse, for incidents occurring on or off campus, recently or in the past.


Students with Disabilities Services (SVC 1133)

(813) 974-4309

  • Academic Accommodations for disabilities
  • Accommodated exams
  • Assistance negotiating with instructors
  • Temporary disability accommodations
  • Services for hearing, mobility, sight, learning, chronic medical and psychological disabilities


Housing & Residential Education (RAR 229)

(813) 974-0001

The Department of Housing & Residential Education provides a safe community, innovative programs, and quality services that contribute to our residents' success by fostering their learning, personal development, and citizenship.


Division of Student Affairs – Services & Resources

There are a multitude of services available at USF to help you to be the best student you can be. These include, but are not limited to:  Career Services, Financial Aid, Housing and Residential Education, Veterans Services


Office of Veterans Services

(813) 974-2291

  • Assistance accessing education benefits
  • Assistance applying for VA benefits (VetSuccess on Campus)
  • Transition support services
  • Connection to on campus resources
  • Adjustment and career counseling (VetSuccess on Campus)
  • Access to Vet Center Counseling (Vet Success on Campus)


Off-Campus (Local)

The Crisis Center of Tampa BayCALL 2-1-1 or

Dial 2-1-1 to receive free, confidential crisis counseling, along with information & referrals to Crisis Center services or to over 3,500 other community services.  We are here 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.


Counseling Centers - Other USF Campuses

St Petersburg:
Polytechnic (Lakeland):
Sarasota / Manatee:


Mental Health Care, Inc (

Community mental health service agency

5707 North 22nd St.

Tampa, FL 33610



Northside Mental Health Center (

Community mental health service agency

12512 Bruce B. Downs Blvd.

Tampa, FL   33612

(813) 977-8700


National Alliance for Mental Illness (

National organization with local support chapters


P.O. Box 4352

Brandon, FL 33509-4352

(813) 273-8104


Active Minds (

National service group with on campus chapter. Active Minds is a student-run mental health awareness, education, and advocacy organization on the college campus. By promoting awareness and education, the group aims to remove the stigma that surrounds mental illness, and create an open environment for discussion of mental health issues.

(813) 600-0262


Greater Community (National)