The goal of the Department of Public Safety is to provide a safe learning environment by working collaboratively with our campus community. This is accomplished by providing continuous campus patrol, campus shuttles, safety escorts, crime prevention programs, and parking services. Our department maintains a 24-hour communication center and uniformed public safety officers to respond to all reports of accidents, crimes, suspicious persons, hazards, and other emergencies.
2013-2014 Parking Permits are now available online through iParq!
Spring semester permits are now available for purchase online.
*Please remember that for an initial purchase, everyone will need a new account on the iParq site. You can begin the purchase and account creating process by simply clicking "click here" under the "Buy Permits" heading on the main page. Be sure to enter your USF email. Thanks for your patience and cooperation in using this new process! If you are returning to the site from last semester, you can log into your account with your usf email and your password you created- this is not linked to USF Connect passwords.
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PUBLIC SAFETY UPDATES
See Campus Driving Policy
Due to the construction around campus over the next couple of years, please see the Accessibility Route Plan for access around the construction site. Access through the center of existing Harney into the Plaza will be closed off through out construction.
All vehicles on campus are required to adhere to the USF regulations and applicable state and local law regarding driving and parking on campus.
Valet Hours Updated in Koret Lots:
Valet in the Koret Center Lots has been updated to 10:30am-7:00pm Monday through Thursday during the academic year.
Hayes Healy and Loyola Lots will continue with valet from 8:30am-5:00pm Monday through Thursday during the academic year.
Valid parking permits are required at all times when parking in these lots.
UPDATE: Safety On The Street
Safety on the street Practice these techniques all year long to help keep yourself safe.
Public Safety and Koret collaboratively offer classes for Women's Self Defense. For further details, please visit http://usfca.edu/Koret/Fitness/Self_Defense/
SFMTA Pilot Program for 5 Fulton bus line:
In addition to the 5-Fulton bus, a 5-Limited is operating M-F 7am-7pm with stops at Fulton & Masonic as well as Fulton & Parker near USF. The map below explains which stops are affected. To find out more, please visit the SFMTA website http://www.sfmta.com/getting-around/transit/routes-stops/5-fulton