Web Applications
Faculty and Academic Affairs

There are many online applications that USF and USF Health IS have made available to assist faculty with their duties. These are a few of the most commonly used systems for Faculty.

You can access your paycheck stubs, change your W-4 information, request leave, and do your effort reporting (PERT) on GEMS Self Service.

The system allows for computer-based training, so you can receive needed education from anywhere, anytime. A whole new way to get up to date with doing things ethically and legally.


Departments will use this data warehouse to view reports with information from multiple sources. More easily informed decisions are on on their way!

Outside Activity Reports are now submitted and approved online. All from any web browser with internet connectivity. Anywhere. Anytime. Good bye paper forms. Hello instant easy.

The FAIR assembles information in order to provide largely completed templates which faculty members can use when undergoing annual review or during the tenure and promotion process.

An easier, more simplified way to create a USF Health/HSCNET Account. Also allows you to reset your password from anywhere in the world 24/7 without speaking with an IS representitive.

ProFound is an online provider directory allowing patients, referring physicians, and the USF Health community to search for healthcare providers and access information about our physicians and practices with greater details and ease. To update your profile click here


The Research Directory employs the most sophisticated search technology to identify USF Health investigators who match your search terms. It provides up-to-date information on grants and published materials and is designed to facilitate interdisciplinary research. To update your profile click here.


FACDOT is a learning management application containing training content relevant to improving teaching techniques targeted at professors and preceptors.

Database cataloging conference rooms and lecture halls available for scheduling through outlook.


MentorMatch pairs senior and junior faculty together to participate in a one-year mentorship aimed to help junior faculty by providing career guidance and support. Matches are created by pairing faculty with similar interests in research and teaching with an emphasis on intercollegiate matches.