What was a typical University of South Florida-Main Campus student like in high school? Describe the type of person that should attend University of South Florida-Main Campus.

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Anonymous, Student, University of South Florida-Main Campus, Class of 2017

High School in Chicago was rough. USF is nothing like my Chicago High School so I LOVE USF! Campus is so diverse with eclectic varieties of racial backgrounds as well as social backgrounds. USF is a melting pot of wonders!

Anonymous, Student, University of South Florida-Main Campus, Class of 2016

The person that attends University of South Florida is an open minded and eager for knowledge type-of-student. The student body is so diverse that you can meet someone from different heritage or nationalities that might help expand your knowledge about the world. USF is also staffed with very qualified professors that go above and beyond to make sure students are learning their courses and put them to good use in their future career. USF is also located in beautiful Tampa, Florida close enough to beaches but also to natural parks for outdoor activities like camping and hiking. Every student I know including myself at USF enjoy living life while expanding our knowledge to infuse our careers with purpose.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Florida-Main Campus, Class of 2018

The typical USF student in high school should be passionate about whatever they do and want to be a BULL!

Anonymous, Student, University of South Florida-Main Campus, Class of 2018

A person who doesn't mind being forced into buying a meal-plan and living on campus would be very fitting. Along with paying random fee's and even paying excessive amounts of fee just for the athletes.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Florida-Main Campus, Class of 2015

Really average and have the same purpose: to better themselves with an education. Hard workers, maybe a little confused about the direction their life is headed but that is normal.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Florida-Main Campus, Class of 2017

Someone that is calm and relaxed a lot of the time. They shouldn't really be too wild, that's not widely seen on campus, but students that are dedicated to their field of study and research are usually the ones that are successful here.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Florida-Main Campus, Class of 2018

USF strives for academic success, honesty, and for just as much play as work. The high school student that has transitioned into USF was the hard-working student that knew how to get his or her work done so they could fit in some play time as well. USF only accepts those with high academic achievements, and puts forth a large amount of effort to remain an accredited and successful university.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Florida-Main Campus, Class of 2017

I think any student attending any college or university should always be dedicated, hard working with a fun side. I believe education is the number one priority but you can't always be stressed and worried. You should be able to go out once in a while to relax and have fun. Once you unwind, then you can go back to work and focus your mind on education.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Florida-Main Campus, Class of 2018

A typical USF student was the innovative thinker in high school. They were the kid that had all of the ideas but had no way of bringing them to life. Here at USF, we have a ton of resources and programs that are designed with us, the innovative thinkers, in mind! We are nationally known as a research facility and the university isn't shy about encouraging undergraduate students to be involved in it. USF prides itself on doing everything they can in order for us students to demonstrate our ideas.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Florida-Main Campus, Class of 2015

Any student who wants a successful future and is determined to work hard and concentrate in order to achieve their goals.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Florida-Main Campus, Class of 2018

There is no specific type of student that goes to USF. There are students from all around the world with different backgrounds.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Florida-Main Campus, Class of 2015

I would say anyone can attend the university there is clubs and all different types of people. I would suggest just finding people that fit with who you are and finding people is not something that is too difficult

Anonymous, Student, University of South Florida-Main Campus, Class of 2018

In high school, I was and still am a well rounded person. I participated in many extracurricular activities such as volunteering for over 150 hours and playing sports like baseball and bowling. Along with that, I was always open to different perspectives and enjoyed talking to all walks of life. That is the key to a student attending or looking to attend the University of South Florida (USF). At USF, it is ranked number one or close to it for accepting all minorities. Not only does it accept all walks of life, but it also accepts all types of sexual orientations. USF promotes the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transexual (LGBT) community more than any other college I have ever seen. For someone to have the right traits for this school, they need to be open minded and want to socialize with all walks of life and sexual orientations like I do.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Florida-Main Campus, Class of 2018

A USF student was a hard working and intrinsically driven individual in high school. No matter how many tasks, activities, or challenges a USF student was presented in high school, they were always able to succeed.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Florida-Main Campus, Class of 2017

A high school student who wants to become a member of the University of South Florida was very hardworking, sociable, and friendly. Many USF students are kind and willing to help each other out. They also strive to gain high grades and like to be involved in extracurriculars.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Florida-Main Campus, Class of 2016

Before entering the University of South-Florida students in high school were organized, well behaved, and had high goals. A person who should attend the University of South Florida must have been a born leader. Someone who will have no problem taking charge even at the last minute. A person who is always trying to be above the standards.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Florida-Main Campus, Class of 2018

This is a hard question; this university is extremely diverse. People came from all over the world; from Florida itself to the other American states, to Russia, Europe, Africa, and even less known countries like Trinidad. This university is very heavy on the sciences, and somewhat on the arts, so those passionate in these subjects in high school should come here.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Florida-Main Campus, Class of 2017

Simply put, not lazy. Every student on campus is very different from each other, but what we all share is that we took an extra step in high school to work harder than others to achieve our goals.

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