Catalog

USF Branch Campuses

Santa Rosa Campus

(Located close to the downtown exit off Hwy 101.)
University of San Francisco
416 B Street
Santa Rosa, CA 95401
(707) 527-9612
e-mail: santarosacampus@usfca.edu

Sacramento Campus

(Located in downtown Sacramento.)
University of San Francisco
630 "K" Street, Ste 200
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 504-2420
e-mail: sacramentocampus@usfca.edu

Pleasanton Campus

University of San Francisco
6120 Stoneridge Mall Road, Suite 150
Pleasanton, CA 94588
(925) 867-2711
e-mail: pleasantoncampus@usfca.edu

San Jose Campus

University of San Francisco
125 S. Market Street, Ste. 200
San Jose, CA 95113
(408) 343-7100
e-mail: sanjosecampus@usfca.edu

Through the combination of high touch and high tech, colleagues at the branch  campuses help make college accessible to working adults in their local communities. Branch campuses are full-service facilities with appropriate learning and administrative services. Smart classrooms, wireless Internet, libraries that contain more than one million volumes, subscriptions to almost 3,000 periodicals, and access to more than 100 databases help to make our educational facilities effective learning centers.

USF's branch campuses are located in San Jose, Sacramento, Pleasanton, and Santa Rosa. Undergraduate degree completion programs and graduate degree programs are offered through the School of Management. Masters degree, teacher credential, Administrative Services and Pupil Personnel credential programs are offered through the School of Education. The School of Nursing and Health Professions offers a unique program designed for nurses who hold an R.N. and are interested in earning a Master of Science in Clinical Nurse Leadership.

All programs offered at our branch campuses are designed with the understanding that the adult learner brings valuable personal and professional experiences to the classroom. Students' life experiences are combined with a rigorous exploration of theory and current, cutting-edge practical applications from our ever-changing world. The rich combination of theory and applied learning transforms students' understanding and provides graduates with a competitive edge in the workplace.

Students typically progress through their programs as a single group (or "cohort") of peers, who start their programs together and enroll in many of the same small, seminar-based classes.

The degree programs offered at the branch campuses are the same values-based, academically rigorous programs offered on the USF main campus. In addition, branch campus faculty, library, and administrative colleagues provide on-site services such as degree planning, admission counseling, and library research assistance. Also available is online access to the USF student information systems and various student services professionals.

The addresses and phone numbers for the four branch campuses are listed below. For further information and directions to each of the campuses, please contact them or check the USF branch campus web site: http://www.usfca.edu/branch