A Drumbeat for Engineering at USF
Here, in the heart of the tech, biotech, and sustainable energy world, USF will train engineers who can meet the rapidly changing needs of the future and lead in business and industry.
Learn how generous gifts from donors have lasting impact on students, faculty and the campus community at University of San Francisco.
A big part of our story at USF is the university’s ongoing commitment to providing scholarships to students. To mark the end of 2016, we told you about several scholarship recipients — and you responded, making December a record-breaking month for alumni donors at USF.
Marcia Syufy knew she could make a difference for middle-income families at USF. She decided to make a lasting investment in these students’ lives by giving $1 million to fund an endowed scholarship at the university for students from families whose income falls in the middle range of the nation's population.
"I have so much to be grateful for in terms of the friendships that I’ve made, and everything I’ve learned here," says Jacob Gateman '16, a philosophy major who graduates May 20 and has accepted a full-time job with Strava, a website and mobile app for athletes.
Kalyn Simon talks about her strong focus on academics and how grateful she is for the opportunity to attend USF and fulfill her dreams. A member of the championship women's basketball team at USF, her goal is to join the Peace Corps after graduating.
USF received a $750,000 legacy grant from San Francisco RBI, a nonprofit that integrated reading and baseball to raise literacy levels of under-resourced youth in San Francisco, now winding down its operation. The generous funds will be used to continue literacy work through Engage San Francisco.