The Department of Student Leadership and Engagement and the Department of Public Safety co-sponsor the USF Shuttle and the Night Safety Program. Its primary purpose is to provide reasonable transportation to classes, on campus locations, and off campus residences within the boundaries of the service.
The ADA Shuttle operates during the academic year
Monday through Friday, 7 am to 6 pm.
Students with temporary and permanent disabilities should contact the Office of Student Disability Services at (415) 422-2613 and register with their office for parking and shuttle service accommodations.
Faculty and staff with temporary and permanent disabilities should contact Diane Nelson in Human Resources at 415-422-2441 for parking and shuttle accommodations.
The Night Safety Program operates during the academic year during the listed days and times below:
Sunday through Wednesday, 6 pm to 1 am.
Last call for shuttle pick up or drop off is at 12:30 am.
Thursday through Saturday, 6 pm to 3 am.
Last call for shuttle pick or drop off is at 2:30 am.
USF IDs are required at all times
Safety Escort Service The Department of Public Safety operates a Safety Escort service with the USF campus shuttle, Monday thru Sunday.
Uniformed Public Safety Officers also assist in providing Safety Escorts when the USF Shuttle is not in service. The service is intended to provide a safe means of transportation when no other form is available. Escorts requested to and from off-campus locations must be to a residential address with the following boundaries:
- North Boundary: California Street
- East Boundary: Divisadero Street
- South Boundary: Fell Street
- West Boundary: 6th Avenue
For a security escort, please contact Public Safety at 415-422-4201. Provide the dispatcher with your name, USF identification number, current location, and the location of the destination.
The safety escort service is provided by a Public Safety officer or USF Campus Shuttle to help insure your safety. The service is NOT a taxi service. All escorts are from an off-campus residence to campus or from campus to an off-campus residence. The service is NOT to restaurants, bars or bus stops. The shuttle has a primary responsibility to students, staff, and faculty with disabilities. On a case by case basis, students in need of medical assistance may be transported to St. Mary's or Kaiser Hospitals. (Geary/Divisadero).