The University of South Florida is closed from December 23-January 1 for the winter break. This includes most administrative and academic offices, including the College of Public Health.
Academic and Students Affairs is moving on …
Over the winter break, the college’s Office of Academic and Student Affairs is moving to a great new space for all of USF Health students. It is a shared student services space provided to public health, medicine, pharmacy, physical therapy, and nursing students across USF Health.
The space includes a lounge area for students, computer access, and most importantly, food trucks on Monday-Thursday outside the main entrance!
Office telephone and fax numbers won’t change, but they (along with computers) will be temporarily disconnected.
For students and faculty, December 18 at 3pm is the deadline to submit documentation for processing before the end of the calendar year. The office is closed for moving on December 19-20.
After the New Year rings in, be sure to visit the Office of Academic and Student Affairs in their new home, the MDA Building.
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Make a difference. Donate today.
Help your College of Public Health celebrate 29 years of educating, mentoring, and training the next generation of public health practitioners—and allowing us to pursue our practice, our passion for years to come.
This is how your gift keeps us moving forward.
To make a year-end gift to the USF College of Public Health, simply visit the USF: Unstoppable website and select the giving opportunity that interests you.
A member of the Office of Donor Relations is available during the university closure to assist you with any questions you may have. Contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org or (813) 974-2035 and a staff member will follow-up with you.
Thank you for sharing our practice, our passion in the College of Public Health.
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Navigators are available during the winter break
Having trouble finding health insurance that fits your needs and your budget? Look no further than the Health Insurance Marketplace. There are new, affordable insurance options available for people without insurance.
No matter where you live, you may buy insurance from private health plans that cover a comprehensive set of benefits, including doctor visits, hospital stays, preventive care, and prescriptions. Plans in the Marketplace must:
- Treat you fairly; they can’t deny you coverage because of a pre-existing condition
- Show the costs and what is covered in simple language with no fine print
Financial help is also available so you can find a plan that fits your budget.
To find the latest, most accurate, information about the Marketplace visit www.healthcare.gov or learn more and get ready by contacting one of the USF Health Insurance Marketplace Navigators:
- Michelle Ray at email@example.com or (813) 974-7735
- Wendy Hathaway at firstname.lastname@example.org, (813) 974-9088, or (813) 727-9677
- Xonjenese Jacobs at email@example.com, (813) 974-3809, or (813) 727-8906
Note that participants must enroll by December 23, for coverage effective January 1 and the first Marketplace open enrollment period ends March 31.
USF Health Insurance Marketplace Navigators are available to assist through Friday, December 20. They re-open on Thursday, January 2. In the interim, consumers may visit www.healthcare.gov or call 1-800-318-2596 to sign up during the holiday break. There are 141 organizations within the Tampa Bay area that can assist via HealthCare.gov.