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Alumni FAQ

Making a Gift

What is the Law Assembly and why should I make a gift to it?

The Law Assembly is the foundation of financial support for the USF School of Law. Law Assembly contributions bolster student and alumni services and programs, and help to advance the stature of the law school. Law Assembly funds support many important projects, such as law clinics, summer internships abroad and at home, scholarships, loan repayment assistance, diversity initiatives, symposia, visiting faculty, and moot court competitions, among others. Your participation is an affirmation of the value of a USF School of Law education, and an investment in the law school's future.

How do I make a gift?

Gifts can be made in any way that's convenient for you, including by a pledge, which is paid in installments over time.

  • Online: usfca.edu/makeagift
  • Checks: Please make payable to the "USF School of Law" and mail to:
    Office of Development & Alumni Relations
    USF School of Law
    2130 Fulton Street
    San Francisco, CA 94117
  • Phone: (415) 422-6654
  • Doubling Your Gift: Many firms and companies will match employees' contributions. Please check with your Human Resources office.
How can I make a planned gift?

Please call Director of Development Robin Keating at (415) 422-2551. To learn more about planned gifts and leaving a legacy, please click here.

How can I make a gift of stock?

Simply go to the USF Giving page and indicate on the form that your gift is designated for the law school.


How do I update my contact information?

You can quickly update your contact information online.

How do I send you news?

If you would like to announce news in the law school's e-newsletter (promotion, job move, retirement, family, etc.), you can use this form online.

Reaching Other Alumni

How do I get in touch with my classmates?

Often the quickest route is through the California State Bar website. If the information you need isn't there, we would be happy to contact him or her on your behalf and pass along your contact information. Due to privacy issues, the law school cannot legally disclose alumni information that is not publicly available without their permission. You can also join our Alumni Networks by clicking on the Facebook and LinkedIn icons on the sidebar.

Alumni Privileges

What are my Dorraine Zief Law Library access privileges?

USF School of Law alumni who present their Bar cards may use the Zief Law Library whenever it's open. View Zief Library hours here.

How can I get a USF email address?

Please go to http://www.usfca.edu/Alumni/Request_Dons_Email/

How can I get a copy of my transcript?

Submit the transcript form: Transcript Request

I've lost my diploma. How do I get a new one?

Submit the diploma form: Diploma Request

Can I use the Koret Center?

Please click here for alumni membership rates at the Koret Center.

How can I affiliate myself with another class?

Sometimes the class you officially graduated with is not the class that you identify with. Although the law school can't change its legal records, we can certainly affiliate you with another class and send you all pertinent invitations and updates. Simply call the Alumni Office at 415-422-5457.

Career Services

I graduated a long time ago. Can I still get help from the Office of Career Planning?

Absolutely! The law school has a commitment to serving your career planning needs after graduation, as well as during your time as a student. Please click here for information.