Who you Help

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Who you helP

The first answer that might come to mind is students; after all, USF is home to more than 50,000 students from all over the world. But that's just scratching the surface when it comes to who your gift impacts. Our USF community is a diverse family of researchers, faculty, staff, employees, and yes, students, from all backgrounds with one common goal: reaching their Bull potential! And you help make that happen.

Bulls United for Students in Need

The COVID-19 pandemic may have been the impetus behind the USF United Support Fund, but the impact of the effort will be long term.
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Memory of One Scientist Lives on Through Others

When Edith Wright Hartley passed away in 1993 at just 46, her family decided to establish a scholarship to honor her memory. While the endowment is managed by the DAR, the University of South Florida receives the funds each year to award to deserving students.
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One Student. One Story. #ONEUSF

Elysa Goldberg reflects on her experience as a USF student during the COVID-19 pandemic. Even 170 miles away from the university, the generosity of the USF community during the #BullsUnited in Action campaign made her feel closer to USF than ever before.
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USF Health is on the Rise: Making a Mark on the College of Medicine

It’s finally happening! On January 13, 2020, the doors of the USF Health Morsani College of Medicine (MCOM) and Heart Institute will open for the first day of class, launching a new era for USF Health.
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Continual Commitment

Kate Tiedemann and Ellen Cotton have forever changed USF St. Petersburg.
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Best of Both Worlds: Mentoring Jump Starts Student-Athlete Success

He’s living the dream — both in his information technology career and as a professional athlete. But, as Matthew O’Neal will tell you, he wouldn’t be here without the Selmon Mentoring Institute.
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119,411,948

FY 2019-20 Total Commitment

5,837

Total First Time Individual Donors in FY20

9,837,240

Scholarship $ Raised FY20