TAMPA (FOX 13) - The University of South Florida is exploring the idea of an on-campus football stadium, and they need your input.
School officials say public input is one of the most important steps of the process.
"As we have said from the beginning of this process, the interests of our university community, USF students, alumni and supporters will be an integral part of our decision-making process as we continue to study the potential for an on-campus football stadium," USF Director of Athletics Mark Harlan said. "The next step in our study is to reach out to those constituents and ask for their input and opinions. We look forward to their participation in this process and learning from what they have to say."
A link to the online survey will arrive via e-mail this week. USF students, alumni, staff members, Bulls Club members, and fans who have purchased tickets will receive the e-mail.
Once completed, the data will be compiled and presented for final review in the summer.
The feasibility study can be found here.