Complete Your Checklist

Each fall and spring semester we will ask you to verify your information and confirm that you are an active and attending student.  We do that through the checklist application on the MyUSF. 

The checklist is always available on the home page of the MyUSF but before each fall and spring semester you will get a pop up when you log into MyUSF, asking you to review your checklist. 

When you are ready to complete the checklist requirements “launch” the application and select "view".

  • The checklist will include several “tracks” for you to complete. 
    • Admissions track will require you to turn in an immunization form.  Click here to download the form.
    • Security track is where you request your Parking Pass and confirm your ID.
    • USF track is where you can opt in to Emergency Alerts.
  • Select “view” to open and view the tracks.  You will see several required tracks, each with colors assigned.  The colors determine if the track is required (red), optional (blue), pending (yellow), or completed (green)
  • On many of the tracks, you will just need to confirm the information and select “confirm” at the top of the page.
  • Once all of the checks are green, you have completed the required applications. 

Click here for illustrated instructions.

Take a Practice Course ONO100 DCP

Everyone at some point in time in their journey in the Degree Completion Program will take an online class. USF has created ONO100, an online practice course designed to provide students with an overview of what to expect in an online format.  This course must be completed to begin the DCP Program.

Please contact me at to get registered.  Once you are registered you can find the course in My.USF / All My Courses / ONO100 (DCP).  Please go through this course in its entirety.

Thank you - LuAnn Grossman, Director

Click Here to go to ONO100

Observe these USF Policies and Expectations

Δ  Use your USF email for all course and USF communications.  Please check your USF email daily!

  • Your USF email address will be your
  • Find help syncing your email to your phone on MyUSF or stop by the IT offices.

Δ  Observe USF policies contained in the USF student handbook.

Δ  Represent yourself in an honest fashion by presenting original ideas and giving credit for the ideas of others.  Cheating or plagiarism will not be tolerated.

Know Your Online Course Expectations

USF requires that online courses have the same expectations and requirements as on-campus courses.  Online courses are instructor led and have scheduled readings, assignments, discussions and exams.  They are considered accelerated with accelerated timelines. Online students will be expected to:

Δ  Spend a minimum of 10 hours per week commitment on your coursework and activities.

Δ  Have a webcam.

Δ  Check your courses on MyUSF daily to keep current with assignments and requirements.

Δ  Participate in course activities.

Δ  Complete all assignments by the given due date.

Δ  Complete all coursework independently unless otherwise noted.

Δ  Hand in assignments and actively participate in group work.  Any time you fail to do so, it will be counted as an absence.

Δ  Abide by any additional guidelines set by the instructor (see course syllabus).

In order to be successful at online learning you will need to set and maintain a schedule which allows you to keep up with your coursework and assignments. It is vital to stay current with the concepts taught. If at any time you feel you do not understand what is being taught, please contact your instructor. You can meet through WebEx, Zoom, MS Teams or by phone to make sure you do not fall behind.

Review USF Virtual Classroom Etiquette

Complete Your Student Survey at the End of Your Course

The IDEA Student Survey is our evaluation tool used for nearly every class in DCP. It is extremely important to complete this survey, as it is used to make adjustments and curriculum changes.

  • You will receive your survey through email. 
  • Faculty may give you class time to complete it.
  • Just fill it out and submit it online. 

Register for Your Next Semester Classes on MyUSF

Steps for Registration:

  1. Make sure you do not have a hold on your account. Examples of holds could be a tuition payment needed, parking ticket, or if we still need your transcripts. If you have a hold on your account, you will have to contact Student Accounts to get it removed before you will be able to register.
  2. Make sure you also have a list of the courses and course numbers that you wish to register for. If you have the list handy, the registration process will go quickly.
  3. Log onto MyUSF.
    1. The MyUSF link can be found on the bottom of the USF homepage (
    2. Log-on by entering your username and password on the upper, right-hand corner.
  4. Locate the line at the top of the page that includes Home, Academics, Financial Aid, Campus Life, etc.
  5. Click on the Academics tab.
  6. On the left-hand side of the page click on Registration.
  7. Once on the registration page complete the following steps.
    1. First, make sure you have chosen the appropriate term.
      1. Fall 2019
    2. Second, make sure you have the appropriate program.
      1. Undergraduate Program
  8. Once you've completed these steps, make sure it says "Registration is Open" in green letters.
  9. When you scroll down the main registration page, you will see two tabs for choosing your courses. 
    1. The first tab is to add by course code. This tab will allow you to type the course number. When typing the number a drop-down box will appear. (Make sure you click on the course number as it drops down to make sure that the correct course is chosen) Once your course is chosen, click add and your course should appear below.
    2. The second tab will allow you to choose your course by course search. You can search for your course in this tab. You can search by "begins with, ends with, exact match and contains". Once the correct course is chosen, click add and the course will appear below.
    3. For Lab/Clinical courses, add course and lab at the same time. Add all other non­ lab courses one at a time.
  10. When you're finished adding your courses, look over the courses listed and make sure that you're registered for everything that you chose. If everything is listed, you have completed the registration process.
  11. If you have any questions or difficulties, please contact the Registrar's Office at 331-6650, or email