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Silena Layne, a proud alumna of the class of 2003, currently serves as the co-director of direct service and community engagement at Faithful Fools, a nonprofit organization dedicated to making a difference in the San Francisco Tenderloin neighborhood community through arts, education, and advocacy.
Christine Coleman MA’12, USF alumna and founder of Sol Sisters, has embarked on the journey of creating a nonprofit dedicated to enriching, empowering, and evolving the lives of marginalized women in the Bay Area.
Each spring semester, USF School of Law invites high-performing first-year students to join the McAuliffe Honor Society. In addition to receiving a scholarship, students attend special events and enjoy unique opportunities to connect with faculty and alumni. Read about a few of our new McAuliffe Honor Society inductees.
During the 2024 intersession, I had the opportunity to immerse myself in global health by participating in the Lesotho Global Health Immersion Program. This experience allowed me to help strengthen health systems in the resource-constrained country of Lesotho and culturally immerse myself in a new country.
The University of San Francisco is to receive a combined one and a half million dollars from the Herbst Foundation and the Fletcher Jones Foundation for the new Health & Life Sciences Campus.
Juliana Maldonado ’24 talks about her decision to transfer to USF — and how she found her community.
University of San Francisco alumni, Lo Schiavo Legacy Members, and scholarship donors Sheila and Mike Goodwin ’70 share the importance of giving.
Scholarships at the University of San Francisco are not just about financial aid; they are catalysts for transforming lives.