Totally not a stupid question!
USF doesn’t have an official “syllabus week.” Each course/professor operates independently. Some courses give you some time to get your textbooks and will be understanding if you don’t have all your books from day one. However, other courses fully expect you to have all books by the second day of class. You should email your professors and ask!
Exciting! I totally understand wanting to pursue more than one interest, mal-entendu. Thankfully, USF supports this as much as they can.
I’ve never known a student to triple major, mostly because I don’t know that it’s possible to fit all the required credits into four standard academic years. I know people who have double majored with a minor, though.
In any case, you should speak with an Academic Advisor in the Center for Academic and Student Achievement (CASA) as soon as you get to campus so you can figure out what you need to do to pursue all your interests and still graduate “on-time.” I recommend setting up an appointment ahead of time, but you can always drop in, too.
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Absolutely! You’ll be able to take those courses as Cores or electives when you have room for them in your schedule.
In terms of a club/organization, there is ASUSF Voices, an organization funded through USF’s Student Leadership and Engagement, that features the largest student choir on-campus. Learn more about ASUSF Voices here.
If you’re interested in hip hop dance, you’ll want to check out VarCity SF.
Students change their majors frequently, and this switch doesn’t sound impossible. You should follow up with an Academic Advisor in the Center for Academic and Student Achievement (CASA) so they can assist you with the paperwork and general process of changing your major.