Dogma

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  1. "Oooh... thats HOT!" = +
  2. USF MB NCAA Sanctions

    I knew this was coming, ...but I still laughed.
  3. Perhaps Mack Should have Stayed?

    ...Considering that's more than the average household income in the US.. but don't want to MadCow this thread
  4. UCF Game 1

    n/m
  5. UCF Game 1

  6. Non-sports: USF Call to All

    Message from USF Board Chair Brian Lamb: http://www.usfalumni.org/s/861/02-alumni/index.aspx?sid=861&gid=1&pgid=4306
  7. Non-sports: USF Call to All

    The reply I received: It's good to hear from you. Thank you for reaching out. The current requirement for pre-imminent status (passed in 2016) is a 6-year graduation rate of 70%. USF is currently at about 66%. Based on the current criteria, USF would have likely qualified for pre-imminent status within the next few to several years. To be clear, however, they would not have qualified this year.Earlier this Session, a new criteria was suggested, a 4-year 50% graduation rate. USF's current 4 year graduation rate is just over 50%, so the expectation and hope was that USF would achieve pre-imminent status this year. This proposed new criteria, however, was never passed and did not become law. In the final stages of the budget conference process, the Senate increased the percentage of the proposed new criteria to a 60% 4-year graduation rate. By comparison, the 4-year graduation rates for FSU (61%) and UF (65%) do meet the new criteria.I expect that USF will meet this criteria in the very near future. Thank you again for contacting me. Representative Ross SpanoFlorida House of Representatives, District 59District Office: (813) 744-6256Tallahassee Office: (850) 717-5059
  8. How did USF change your life?

    Went back to school at USF after dropping out of college years before. Got my degree at USF which felt so great (finally accomplished something that I thought less and less I would be able to.) Worked at USF. Getting the job at USF allowed me to leave Miami, and basically 'restart' my life with the goal of going back to school and graduating. That job experience helped in getting my current job which is in the field I like and studied for. On top of it all, met my wife at USF! So yeah... USF has made a little bit of an impact on my life.