What is FUSE?
FUSE is a transfer partnership between Pasco-Hernando State College (PHSC) and the University of South Florida (USF) that expands the traditional 2+2 agreement. FUSE participants are provided seamless and timely admission to select programs at USF by completing courses identified in the defined degree pathway that will apply toward the USF System Institution Bachelor’s degree.
What are the benefits of participating in FUSE?
Participants will benefit from dual academic advising from academic advisors at PHSC and USF, priority registration, guaranteed acceptance into USF bachelor’s program, opportunities to attend select events and workshops at USF.
Who is eligible for FUSE?
The FUSE Program is open to first-time-in-college (FTIC) students who plan to matriculate to the University of South Florida in one of the following Bachelor of Science degree programs.
Muma College of Business
College of Arts and Sciences
- English-Creative Writing
- English Literary Studies (ADD)
- Health Sciences Multiple Concentrations (ADD)
- Health sciences Biological Health Sciences (ADD)
College of Education
- Early Childhood Education
- Elementary Education
- Physical Education (ADD)
For more information visit the University of South Florida FUSE Frequently Asked Questions page or contact one of the PHSC FUSE Campus Representatives listed below.