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Campus Resources

Our students benefit from being part of a larger university campus community, with a range of cultural, recreational, and social programs and services.

The University of San Francisco enrolls nearly 9,000 students in five schools and colleges and boasts more than a dozen Division 1 athletic teams, including basketball, baseball, soccer, and volleyball. USF's award-winning Koret Health and Recreation Center features an Olympic-sized indoor pool (voted best in the city), basketball courts, group exercise classes, and the latest in fitness equipment. The center also sponsors an active intramural sports league.

The center of student spiritual life, University Ministry supports the rich diversity of faiths represented at USF as it provides opportunities for spiritual growth. These include off-campus weekend retreats and ongoing social justice programs aiding San Francisco's underserved communities.

As a USF graduate students, you have access to the resources of the USF Office of Residence Life, including an online listing of on-campus and off-campus apartment listings. In addition, law students benefit from the use of the university's main library, the Gleeson Library/Geschke Learning Resource Center. The library has more than 700,000 items, subscribes to more than 2,400 periodicals, and is a federal government repository. USF's comprehensive program of student services also includes the Counseling Center, Disability Related Services Office, and Multicultural Student Services Office.

In addition to a cafe in the law school's Kendrick Hall, USF Dining Services includes five other eateries throughout campus operating at various hours in order to accommodate both residential and commuting students.