Student outside working on laptop.

How we Built for the Future

Your gifts to the Campaign for USF built an investment in USF’s future.

Academic, athletics, residential, and dining spaces provide our campus community with opportunities to connect, practice, create, and live in the heart of the city.

Lone Mountain East Residence Hall Opens for Business.

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The Sobrato Center Nears Completion

In 2015, John A. and Susan Sobrato made a historical $15 million gift to launch the renovation of what was then known as War Memorial Gym. Six years later, as the transformation nears completion, the newly designed Sobrato Center has taken the stage, boasting state-of-the-art athletics facilities and a multi-use center that will benefit the entire USF community.

Students stand outside Sobrato Center arena

Helping athletics programs succeed


Athletes benefit from the state of the art fitness facility

$15 million

Launched the renovation of what was then known as War Memorial Gym

Our Endowment is our Campaign Priority

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Planning for the future of higher education

Over $104.8 million

Added to the USF Endowment during the Campaign for USF


Average annual return on our endowment

New Views from Lone Mountain

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Better able to serve our students


Million from the Koret Foundation for the Koret Lodge

10,800 square feet

Of remodeled space


Increased seating capacity by

New Lone Mountain Dining Hall Serves Food With a View

The new dining hall on Lone Mountain, called the Open Door, is getting good reviews from students.

Koret Lodge