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Division of Academic Affairs
Maintained by Mark Weber
The Division of Academic Affairs comprises the activities and personnel central to USF St. Petersburg's mission of teaching, research, and service. It includes the three academic colleges (Arts and Sciences, Business, and Education), the Nelson Poynter Library, Academic Advising, Academic Success Center, Registration and Records, Campus Computing, The Office of Institutional Research and Effectiveness, Research, Graduate Studies, and International Affairs.
The University's academic programs are delivered by 160 full-time faculty through three colleges. Programs are offered at St. Petersburg and at various sites in Pinellas County. USF St. Petersburg serves over 3,500 students and awards degrees through almost 40 degree programs at the bachelor's, and master's levels.
USF St. Petersburg is committed to teaching excellence in a student-centered environment; relevant research that will contribute to the public good; and partnerships that will enhance the social, economic, and intellectual growth of our community.
Distance Learning Course Development Program
As a result, the Office of Academic Affairs, with the support of the Deans, has established a multi-pronged program for the development and support of distance/online learning courses and course development. For more information on the new USFSP Distance Learning Course Development Program.
Faculty interested in participating in the USFSP Distance Learning Course Development Program must complete the
NOTE: Beginning in Spring of 2012, faculty members who receive full Course Development proposals will be required to attend a Distance Learning Instructional Design Strategies Series (click here for more info) during the period of development of their course. These workshops are offered periodically through Instructional and Media Services (Nelson Poynter Library). Faculty members must also agree to subject their courses to review through the Quality Matters organization and to make recommended modifications. This review will be at the expense of USFSP.
Distance Learning Course Improvement/Refinement Awards
Support for Online/Distance Learning Courses at USFSP
Proposal Submission Deadlines
Spring Funding: October 3
Summer & Fall Funding: February 15
Distance Learning Course Assistance