What does it mean to be Jesuit Educated?
It's a commitment to explore, engage, and improve the world around us.
The University of San Francisco — a premier Jesuit university — is a reflection of the inclusive, inspirational, innovative city that surrounds it. We provide students from all backgrounds an education that is intensely personal and intellectually demanding.
For us, reason, religion, science, and spirituality are complementary. Our students see the world with a sense of awe and wonder, and with a curiosity for answers to the world’s most complex questions.
At USF, it’s about more than giving graduates a personal advantage. It’s about inspiring them to go forth and set the world on fire, to create a more humane, just, and sustainable world.
A Jesuit education is a commitment to explore, engage, and improve the world around us. Our campus serves as a platform for complex conversations, and a meeting place for individuals and communities to showcase their distinct perspectives.
Our strength lies in our diversity. Our students have a unique opportunity to see the world from a variety of perspectives, and they’re better off because of it.