UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA SARASOTA-MANATEE

United States, Florida

The University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee is a branch campus of the University of Florida in Sarasota, Florida. Established in 1975, it gained a separate accreditation to award baccalaureate and master’s degrees. It offers more than forty bachelor’s degrees, master’s degrees, and certificate programs in four colleges: Liberal Arts and Social Science and Math, Business, and Hospitality and Tourism Leadership. USFS-M serves more than 50,000 students and has a personalized approach to learning. The students enjoy their education with a student-to-faculty ratio of 13:1. Their leadership is committed to make the campus a diverse and inclusive space.  

Campus Life

The new campus was built on the easter portion of Dunham-Crosley-Horton property. The college campus is. a100,000 sq ft facility with twenty four classrooms, a 190-seat lecture and exhibition hall, seminar and video-conferencing rooms, computer laboratories, student gathering places, faculty and staff offices, a technology and learning center, a library commons and dining facilities. In 2010, the campus became the home of a new facility for the radio and television networks of the university that are a part of the public broadcasting network. There are more than 30 student clubs and organisations. Siesta Key, the nation’s no. 1 beach is just a short drive from the campus.  

Noted Alumni

There are more than 17,000 alumni in the area. More than 400 internship and research opportunities are available for students. More than 300 employees help serve the campus enrolment of 2041.