The value of a USF education is in the numbers. In the last survey of our graduates, 94 percent reported being employed or pursuing another degree. Of those 94 percent, 85 percent reported employment in a field relating to their major.
Amber Warnick, Communications Major
A producer/director at PBS-39, Amber describes how USF’s curriculum, professors and internship prepared her for the demands of her profession.
Jason Beer, English Major
Jason relates how, after changing majors three times, he got hooked on English lit, was inspired by a USF professor and became a teacher himself.
John Gensic, Chemistry Major
John credits his USF liberal arts education and hands-on lab experiences with making him the versatile, effective teacher he is today.
Dani Kiefer, Art Major
Her success as a working artist, Dani feels, is enhanced by her USF liberal arts education, which enables her to connect with people on many different levels.
Eric Romary, Music Technology Major
Citing his USF opportunities, Eric tells of meeting a famous photojournalist, doing sound editing on a full-length film and working on a documentary in N.Y.
Bret Winegarter, Mathematics Major
Bret explains what he learned from his USF football and academic experiences, noting that his coaches and professors were always there for him.