USF Consolidation

  • Frequently Asked Questions
  • Implementation Plan & Timeline (Gantt Chart)
  • Referential Guiding Documents
  • Updates to USF Community
  • Overview

    The following Information represents historical information related to the development of the legislatively mandated Consolidation Implementation Plan & Timeline, as of March 19, 2019. For more information about the Consolidation for Accreditation after March 19, 2019, please visit our SACSCOC Consolidation website买作弊器被骗全过程.

    About USF CONSOLIDATION

    In March 2018, Governor Rick Scott signed the , requiring the University of South Florida Tampa, USF St. Petersburg and USF Sarasota-Manatee to consolidate accreditations under one umbrella. The USF System now will begin a planning process to implement the law.

    USF's highest priority remains the success of our students by providing a world-class education买作弊器被骗全过程. While a single, unified accreditation will elevate the success of all students and faculty, the law also has accounted for key measures that will uphold the distinctiveness of each campus, its leadership and budget while providing transparent accountability across the entire university and its campuses.

    The consolidated accreditation does not go into effect immediately; rather, it will be officially completed on July 1, 2020. During the transition, all campuses will retain their accreditation, and at no time will any USF campus lapse in accreditation. For more information about the Consolidation for Accreditation after March 19, 2019, please visit our SACSCOC Consolidation website买作弊器被骗全过程.

    Find archived information about the USF Consolidation Planning Study and Implementation Task Force. 

    The consolidation process is governed by a set of guiding principles that ensure USF maintains its accreditation, strengthens its stature as a Preeminent Research University and preserves the distinctive identities of each of the three campuses.  

    Please refer to the FAQ买作弊器被骗全过程 page for a list of common questions about the new law.